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Jo Goodwin-Worton

Grief is like an emotional wound to the heart. Imagine you have a wound to your heart; it's bleeding and it hurts so you put a plaster on it. The bleeding stops and for a while the plaster is covering the wound. On the outside, there are no longer any visible signs of the wound (pain... [read more]

Jo Goodwin-Worton

Metaphorically, you could think of life like a garden. We have an idea of how we want it to look like and we can be meticulous in our planning and our actions. However, life has a tendency to grow a 'few weeds' sporadically which at times can feel a little out of control. The garden can... [read more]

Jo Goodwin-Worton

Over a lifetime, we travel down the ‘river of life' and whilst we often experience a few ‘rapids' and a ‘few waves', we navigate through them and seem to find a way through those difficult times. When we experience a bereavement, its more than just a few waves or rapids, it's a waterfall. Sometimes, we see the... [read more]

Julie Crowley

Mindset management through coaching and other techniques requires firstly that you accept the two types of your mind - the conscious, decision making mind you are more likely to be aware of just because it is conscious awareness and also your unconscious mind which works 'behind the scenes' keeping you alive, well and protected. This is... [read more]

Alun Jones

Emotional flashbacks can be incredibly intense and overwhelming. They are often associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but anyone who has had a traumatic experience can potentially have them. Understanding the signs of an emotional flashback can help you manage them better and seek help when needed.Intrusive MemoriesOne of the most common signs of an emotional... [read more]

Neemisha Naugah

You have been the good child throughout your life. Always obedient, kind, quiet, pleasing, tidy and smiling. As a child, others have complimented you about your good behaviour. But now as an adult, you feel exhausted, burnout, lost, worthless, small, depressed, anxious, confused and invisible. You don't know what you want and cannot make decisions for... [read more]

Neemisha Naugah

Inner child healing is a holistic approach that focuses on addressing and resolving unresolved childhood issues and traumas. The concept is rooted in the idea that our early experiences and relationships significantly shape our emotional well-being, behaviours, and beliefs throughout our lives. Here are some reasons why inner child healing is considered important: 1. **Understanding Patterns and... [read more]

Lisa Kossuth

Coaching for our health and well-being is becoming increasingly popular. As many of us struggle with the uncertainty of the world today, which is leading to an increase in stress and anxiety in both our professional and personal lives, our self-confidence, self-worth, and self-esteem are being affected. The Coronavirus pandemic has shone a stark light on... [read more]

Judy Bartkowiak

There's a great exercise I do that kids really love and you can replicate this yourself, have a go! Type a list of all the wierd and wonderful and mad things your children say about key aspects of their life. Here are some of the ones I use Homework is boring My mum doesn't understand me My teacher picks on... [read more]

Judy Bartkowiak

I discovered Emotional Freedom Technique after many years of only using NLP in my kids and teens coaching practice. It has hugely benefited my clients. Why? Does your child say 'I don't know' when you ask them why they feel angry, anxious, upset, confused? Perhaps what's behind their emotion is not conscious or logical? Tapping works on... [read more]