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Life Coaching with CBT Techniques
* Become More Assertive *
* Deal with Difficult Emotions *
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* Relieve Anxiety & Stress *
* Increase Self Esteem & Confidence *
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Life Coaching with CBT Techniques - Introduction
Life coaching with CBT techniques is provided by experienced life coach David Bonham-Carter and has the following advantages:
- It is designed to achieve maximum helpful change within a short space of time
- The techniques you are taught are easy-to-learn, proven by research and effective across a number of related life areas
- In addition to traditional life coaching approaches, techniques drawn from CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) are used which are particularly useful for addressing issues where you feel a change in attitude or approach or thinking patterns might be helpful but you have difficulty in making that change or understanding what it should be
- If you are experiencing problems with any of the following areas the coaching sessions are likely to be particularly helpful for you:
- Assertiveness and issues around voicing your needs
- Self-esteem and negative thoughts about yourself
- Anxiety and worries about what other people think of you
- Emotional difficulties such as jealousy or anger
Life Coaching with CBT Techniques
- How They Combine
The coaching service that David offers synthesises the balanced thinking techniques of CBT with the practical techniques of life coaching for exploring options, deciding on goals to pursue and making positive choices and action plans. David's overarching approach is as a life coach but the specific techniques he practises include those of CBT because he has found these to be efffective and they are validated by research evidence.
The CBT techniques that David uses in coaching fit very well with the practical nature of life coaching as described above, because despite the word 'therapy' being in its name, CBT is in many respects very different from traditional psychoanalytical methods of therapy or counselling - it does not involve you in having to undergo psychoanalysis and indeed both of its founders, Albert Ellis and Aaron Beck, formulated their ideas because of disenchantment with aspects of the psychoanalytical approach.
Unlike much psychoanalysis, CBT techniques are practical by nature and do not involve attributing symbolic meaning to dreams, words or actions. They involve the here and now! People usually follow a CBT programme for a relatively short number of coaching sessions, not for an indefinite and lengthy period which traditionally used to be the case in counselling or psychotherapy and still is in some instances!
The aim of CBT and other coaching models is to help you help yourself.
In addition to CBT techniques David has also received training in the following coaching models and if appropriate can incorporate them into the coaching service that he provides:
- Motivational Interviewing (effective as a model for helping people to change or break difficult habits)
- Solution Focused Therapy (also known as Brief Therapy) - helpful in creating positive thinking strategies and a forward thinking frame of mind
- Person centred counselling techniques, such as Gerard Egan and Carl Rogers' models of counselling, allowing you a voice to express your concerns and be listened to.
What is Life Coaching?
There is no agreed definition of life coaching. However, coaching often contains the following features:
- Techniques and simple strategies for helping you to close the gap between where you are now and what you want to achieve
- The opportunity to discuss your problems, your feelings and your aims with an independent person in non judgemental facilitative coaching sessions
- The chance to think through your options and decide on what actions you want to try out to help you achieve your goals and deal with your concerns
- A type of support that focuses on achieving positive results and is forward looking
- Simple processes and easy-to-follow models to help you to make choices for yourself and make your life more purposeful
- A type of support which is holistic, i.e. encourages you to achieve overall well being and to set in balance the different aspects of your life.
Extra Value from CBT
The life coaching service provided by life coach David Bonham-Carter includes the extra element of coaching with CBT techniques which enables additional support to help you deal with mental and emotional barriers that get in the way of dealing effectively with stresses, anxieties and obstacles.
What is CBT?
CBT, otherwise known as cognitive behavioural therapy, or cognitive behavioural coaching, evolved from the ideas of Albert Ellis (the founder of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy) and Aaron Beck (the founder of Cognitive Therapy).
There is actually no one thing which constitutes CBT and practitioners of CBT may differ in their preference for individual techniques within the CBT umbrella. Usually, however, coaches or counsellors who use CBT techniques share the following basic elements in their approach which are common to most CBT practitioners:
- A recognition that the way we think influences the way we feel, the way we act and the choices we make in life, career and relationships - thus for example if your mind is continually filled with negative 'self talk' you are likely to feel bad and this in turn may impede your ability to make practical choices in life and to meet your own needs in a reasonable way
- A commitment to using practical techniques which help you to analyse and deal with thinking patterns which are causing you emotional difficulties or affecting your ability to move forward in life
- A fundamental belief in realistic approaches and actions. CBT is not about simply replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts. It is about helping you to achieve a balanced and constructive approach to life and to the problems or dilemmas that you encounter in life.
What CBT Can Help With
CBT provides a set of techniques used by counsellors and life coaches which are particularly effective in helping people who are experiencing:
- Negative thoughts and emotions
- Self esteem or assertiveness difficulties.
It is also commonly recommended as a successful method for helping people suffering from depression or other low mental states and research evidence supports its use as an effective tool in helping with such issues (this can be in conjunction with medical support and you are advised to contact your GP if you think you may be experiencing depression).
At the time of writing, the National Health Service in the UK has embarked on a campaign to recruit and train many more practitioners of 'psychological therapies' of which the most well known is CBT which is viewed as being amongst the most effective ways of dealing with anxiety and depression. This is an example of the esteem in which CBT techniques and approaches are held amongst health and social care organisations and professionals.
Life Coaching with CBT Techniques Compared to Counselling
David Bonham-Carter is a life coach who specialises working with people suffering from stress, anxiety, low self esteem or related difficulties, so there is an element of overlap with counsellors in the client group that he coaches. Nonetheless there are significant differences between the service that he offers and that offered by counsellors or psychotherapists. In fact a number of clients have approached David after having previously had counselling who did not find the previous counselling to be particularly effective but then found coaching with David both constructive and productive.
Traditional counselling delves at length into a person's past and comes up with explanations of why a person acts in a certain way often to fit preconceived theoretical assumptions of the counselling model. By contrast:
- Life coaching has a practical focus. David teaches relatively simple effective strategies to help you solve problems and overcome negative thought patterns which can leave you feeling under pressure.
- David's coaching sessions use techniques for problem solving and helping people which have been shown by research to produce results. David has been been trained in the use of cognitive behavioural methods and other techniques which research confirms are effective in dealing with stress, anxiety, panic and depression. CBT techniques are also proven to be helpful in dealing with negative thought patterns.
- David works in a pragmatic way, helping clients to move forward, focusing primarily on how to create a brighter future for you rather than delving into a painful past or difficult emotions.
- Some counsellors and psychotherapists have an indefinite number of sessions with clients stretching over a long period, sometimes years. This may not be cost effective. By contrast, David offers the option of a short series of focused life coaching sessions or even a one-off coaching session where this is appropriate.
psychotherapy are usually carried out face to face, whereas life
coaching can be be done over the
phone. Advantages of telephone coaching sessions are:
- If you are meeting someone face to face, there are potential risks to your security which are not present over the telephone.
- It is important for the effectiveness of work that professional boundaries are maintained between professional adviser (whether counsellor or coach) and client. Telephone coaching sessions facilitate the setting of effective boundaries as there is no need to address boundaries issues that can arise from the physical proximity involved in face to face sessions.
- Telephone coaching sessions are not so time consuming as face to face meetings because no travel to and from the session is required
- Geographical distance is not an issue with coaching by phone- a service can be provided across the UK and internationally.
- An additional face to face coaching option is available for those who live in or near Bristol, UK.
Coaching Topics that Can be Covered for You
David can provide coaching to cover most of the usual areas that people seek life coaching assistance for, such as career development or relationship issues. However his primary expertise and where CBT techniques are most effective is around issues where anxieties, stresses, fears or mental blocks are inhibiting you from making effective change.
If you find yourself commonly thinking self critical thoughts, comparing yourself to others or if you think that you are sometimes your own worst enemy, it is likely that you will would benefit from the specialist life coaching service with CBT techniques that David offers.
Dealing with Negative Thoughts and Feelings
If you experience negative thoughts or anxieties you are not alone, but you may have more choice over the way that you deal with those thoughts and feelings than you recognise.
Most people have periods of their life or specific situations, circumstances or relationships in which they feel stressed or have difficulty in achieving their full potential or expressing themselves assertively.
In such situations you can find that you:
- Feel trapped by a particular situation, have a sense of going round in circles or feel like you are banging your head against a brick wall
- Lacking motivation to take the first positive step to change
- Finding it difficult to see the wood for the trees or
- Feeling nervous about things you have done or left undone
The combination of life coaching techniques with specific CBT techniques to deal with problematic thoughts processes is ideal for this kind of situation where negative thoughts are creating stumbling blocks for you in achieving your goals.
Self Esteem and Confidence
Self Esteem is part of our self image which develops during childhood and is a combination of our own natural personality features together with the messages and influences we receive from those around us about how we should act and feel about ourselves.
Coaching using CBT techniques is particularly effective in this area because it can help you in a supportive way to examing how your thought processes and negative self perceptions are impacting on the rest of your life and then give you techniques and ideas to create a more positive self image and to counter negative thoughts.
Assertiveness nvolves communicating effectively by explaining clearly to others what your needs and wishes are in a reasonable way without being overly aggressive.
Often what gets in the way of being assertive is a worry about what the consequences will be - What will other people think of me? How will they react? Am I being selfish? are the sort of thoughts that might inhibit you from communicating in an effective assertive way.
The focus of CBT on helping you to examine and change thought processes which are making it difficult for you to communicate effectively can be extremely useful in giving you the confidence and ability to start expressing your needs and wishes in a clear and reasonable way.
Stress can be caused by a variety of factors, relating to for example:
- Your work situation
- Difficulties in relationships
- Anxieties about certain situations or about your future or yourself.
Coaching can help you to deal with stress in effective ways by:
- Providing basic stress management advice - about how to look after your body sensibly and ensure that you achieve a level of balance in your life
- Helping you to analyse your options for dealing with stressful situations
- Helping you, where appropriate, to think about stressful events in a constructive way and to deal positively with negative thoughts that may be contributing to your stress.
Everyone get anxious at some time or another, but if anxiety is dominating your life or certain aspects of it such as work or relationship, then coaching can be helpful to enable you to look at your anxieties in a calmer, more reasonable way, to improve your life balance and to help you meet your full potential.
Social anxiety is a condition in which you experience high levels of anxiety about being criticised or judged in a negative way by others which leads you to having high levels of fear about your ability to cope in social situations. Surveys have suggested that as many as 10% of people may suffer from the condition, although it was not commonly recognised as a form of anxiety disorder until the 1980s.
It is unlikely that you will find a magic bullet solution which 'cures' your social anxiety at one stroke, but CBT techniques and encouragement from a life coach such as myself who is familiar with this area can help you devise and implement strategies in a sensible step by step way which will help you to grow in confidence in your ability to deal with social situations and address underlying self esteem issues.
Performance anxiety or presentation anxiety can lead you to panic at the thought of having to take part in public speaking or give a performance or make a presentation at work or in another environment.
CBT can help you to work through the psychological fears that you are struggling with and learning relaxation techniques through coaching can provide you with additional helpful tools.
A panic attack is an intense short period of anxiety without an obvious explanation such as an external threat or a medical reason.
- According to the UK Mental Health charity Mind, as many as one in three people can expect to have a panic attack at some stage in their life.
- Panic attacks can develop into agoraphobia - a tendency to avoid situations where escape might be embarrassing or difficult.
- Panic attack symptoms can include breathlessness, faintness, nausea, chest pains, irregular heart beat, feeling terrified.
- They are not life threatening but often the first time you experience one you think you are about to die or are experiencing a heart attack
The main trigger in panic attacks is often actually the fear that you are going to have a panic attack. Coaching using CBT techniques, offers ways of identifying the thinking patterns that are reinforcing this belief and causing you to panic, and then retraining yourself to cope with the irrational fear of panicking, so that you can begin to take control of the situation, to enable you to Increase your ability to cope with panic attacks if they happen and to lessen your fears of them.
Amongst relationship issues, the one that David is most often asked to help with is jealousy. Jealousy in a relationship is one of the most destabilising of emotions. It usually indicates insecurity about a relationship involving suspicion and often involves a misguided attempt to reach certainty about whether the person you are in a relationship with is betraying your trust - it may not be possible to reach absolute certainty about this in a relationship, in which case the desire to know may simply lead to greater anxiety and frustration.
The cognitive behavioural techniques that David uses in his coaching sessions encourage you to take control of your jealousy rather than letting it take control of you. Coupled with coaching techniques to help build self esteem and confidence where relevant, this kind of practical coaching provides a useful practical way of learning how to prevent jealousy ruining your relationship or causing you anxiety.
Changing a Habit
If you are having difficulty breaking a habit, whether that is smoking or drinking too much alcohol or something more personal such as your behaviour in relationships or the way that you express anger, then motivational interviewing is a coaching model that can be particularly helpful.
Often people think that making changes is purely a matter of willpower. This is not the case and in David's coaching if you want help in beaking a habit and feel crestfallen that you have tried before and not managed it, then he can explain to you a model of change described in motivational interviewing coaching that many people find to be more practical. This can help to prevent you getting too down on yourself if you are find it hard to make changes and it can support you in sustaining motivation.
Diet and Coaching
Diet may be relevant to coaching in two ways.
Firstly, parts of your diet may be contributing to your problems - for example, caffeine or alcohol use can make mood swings and anxiety worse. Coaching can help to highlight some of these issues for you if they are relevant.
Secondly, if you have a weight problem part which you are having difficulty in dealing with because of underlying emotional, self esteem or stress related issues, CBT techniques may be relevant to helping you to manage some of the feelings and impulse eating habits that you are experiencing.Telephone coaching can help in a planned way to deal with any underlying emotional issues and support your efforts to maintain a reasonable healthy weight.
Living a Balanced, Purposeful and Satisfying Life
Where appropriate in coaching sessions, David can also teach or give information about:
- How to build up simple personal affirmations to help improve your confidence and self esteem
- Simple relaxation techniques
- Dealing with lifestyle issues and helpful stress management strategies
- Ways in which people manage to bring about successful change and break away from habits which can be harmful, such as excessive alcohol use, smoking or comfort eating.
David's Coaching Expertise
David has worked successfully for many years in helping clients to learn and implement powerful personal and professional change and overcome difficulties in their life. His background prior to becoming a professional life coach was as a qualified social worker in the UK where he gained practical experience of helping people achieve changes in the most difficult of situations and received training in a numnber of techniques including those highlighted on this page, such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Brief Solution Focused Therapy and Transactional Analysis.
David has written specialist life coaching articles for the Association for Coaching and other sources of coaching expertise and information, on change management, stress control, relationship coaching and career issues and he has been invited onto BBC radio and Sky TV to give advice on coaching issues. David is also the author of Introducing Self-Esteem - A Practical Guide published by Icon Books (2012) in their Practical Guide Series which provides a practical introduction for anyone interested in using CBT and life coaching techniques to help build self esteem. His follow-up book Introducing Assertiveness - A Practical Guide has also been published by Icon Books (2013).
David has helped numerous people to make effective, positive change in their lives, through learning specialist coaching and CBT techniques.
The techniques are practical and straightforward and do not involve painful analysis of your past. They are designed to be helpful, constructive and supportive.
David is a UK life coach and business coach but the medium of coaching on the telephone allows him to provide his coaching service throughout the UK and worldwide.
Telephone Coaching in the UK & Worldwide
The medium of telephone coaching enables David to provide a service for people across the UK and internationally.
He has coached clients from London, Bristol, Bath, Birmingham, Brighton, Cheshire, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Oxford, Surrey, Sussex, Kent, Hertfordshire, South Gloucestershire, Wales... all over the UK.
Internationally David has coached clients from the U.S.A., Europe, France, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, Australia, Singapore, India and Africa. Examples of a couple of testimonials from clients outside the UK can be seen at International Coaching.
Distance is not a barrier to telephone coaching. Sessions are confidential, professional, effective and time-efficient.
Face to Face Coaching Sessions in Bristol
If you live in or near the Bristol area and would like face to face coaching sessions then these are available as an alternative to telephone coaching sessions at your option.
How Do Coaching Sessions Work?
The aim of the coaching sessions is to assist you in making a practicable and often enjoyable movement to what and where you want to be. For each coaching session David will arrange a mutually convenient time with you, for you to call him for the coaching session. Sessions can start at any time between 9.30am and 6.30pm (UK time) on a weekday, subject to availability.
The Initial Coaching Session
The initial coaching session will give you the opportunity to talk through the issues that are of concern to you. Before the initial coaching session David supplies you by email with a short questionnaire to fill out to give information and details about where you want help or ideas and that questionnaire can then be used as the starting point for the discussion in the initial coaching session.
Coaching sessions will look at your individual needs and wishes and aim to help you to come up with and implement strategies to help you progress with the issues that are most important to you.
The content of each session is tailored to your particular requirements. It will vary depending on whether you are looking for help in relationships, work, business, or personal development issues.
Each session will conclude with David agreeing with you suggested steps for you to try out in relation to your concerns be they self esteem, anxiety, stress, work, relationship or other matters.
David will email a project plan to you after the session setting out the agreed steps and the outcomes you are aiming for.
The frequency of coaching sessions can be adjusted to suit your individual circumstances.
You can arrange sessions to be weekly, fortnightly, monthly or on an individual basis - whatever seems best for your needs.
What is Included in Coaching Sessions?
The coaching service provided for you will include the following:
- Telephone coaching sessions tailored to your individual needs
- Information and advice on relevant coaching and CBT techniques
- Discussion and setting of goals, desired outcomes and actions
- The creation of a Project Plan in the coaching which David will update and email to you after each session, setting out
- Outcomes aimed for
- Actions agreed for you to try out
- Any assignments for you to undertake between session
- Progress on actions will be reviewed at each session and any learning points or assignments completed will be discussed to assist progress.
What Evidence is there that act Life Coaching Sessions incorporating CBT Techniques Work?
The specialist life coaching service with CBT techniques that David offers is based on research into the methods and strategies that are most helpful for people to make positive and real change. He also asks clients to evaluate their progress in terms of increased satisfaction levels after a short period of coaching compared with satisfaction levels before the coaching.
Some of the results achieved for clients in terms of increased satisfaction levels include:
- 400% increase in feeling in control of your own life
- 500% increase in feeling relaxed and in good mental health
- 200% increase in satisfaction with nature of work/daily occupation
- 150% increase in satisfaction with quality of relationship with partner
- 250% increase in satisfaction with use of leisure time
Fast Track Coaching
If you are keen to start your coaching as soon as possible David will endeavour to offer you a coaching sesssion appointment within 2 working days where at all possible (Please call 0117 230 3119 if this is important for you to confirm availability).
Frequently Asked Questions about the Life Coaching Service incorporating CBT Techniques
What can I expect to be covered in a Programme of Life Coaching Sessions?
You can expect the following elements to be provided in a life coaching programme:
- A service tailored to your needs, concerns and wishes
- Advice on how to apply useful coaching and CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) techniques to your personal situation
- Advice on stress management and life balance where appropriate
- Techniques for addressing anxieties and mental stumbling blocks if relevant
- Help with setting and reviewing your individual targets and actions
- Exercises for you to do in between coaching sessions to help you address relevant issues and take positive steps
- David will also prepare and email to you after each coaching session (for your reference and use) a personal Project Plan detailing your desired outcomes and the agreed actions for you to try out before the next coaching session.
What is David Bonham-Carter's professional background and experience?
The coaching sessions are provided by experienced life coach David Bonham-Carter. David is also a recognised author on self-help topics and practical life coaching techniques, having written the books "Self-Esteem: A Practical Guide" (published by Icon Books in 2012), its sequel "Assertiveness: A Practical Guide" (to be published by Icon Books in 2013) as well as articles for the Association for Coaching and other helping organisations. David has helped hundreds of life coaching clients to make successful changes in their lives and deal with problems effectively. Prior to becoming a life coach he worked as a qualified social worker helping the most vulnerable people in society to manage difficulties and achieve personal goals.
How can Life Coaching Sessions Help Me?
Life coaching sessions work by focusing on those aspects of your behaviour or thought patterns that are most problematic for you and identifying ways in which you can adjust them or deal with them to help you progress in the areas where you want change. A simple example of a technique that might be used in coaching sessions to help you is the famous ABC Model invented by Albert Elllis (one of the founders of cognitive behavioural therapy ("CBT")). Using this model you might be asked in a coaching session (or in a 'homework' exercises following a coaching session) to reflect on an issue that you find is a repeated problem for you in the following way:
- Describe what the typical situation is in which the problem arises
- Note down your thoughts, beliefs and feelings which the situation triggers
- Describe how you then typically act.
- Make a note of the consequences of these actions and how you then feel.
In coaching David will then explore in depth with you what are your options at each stage for breaking the negative cycle. He will discuss with you:
- Actions that may help prevent the problem situation arising again
- Things you can say to yourself or do when negative thoughts arise to help put them in perspective or approach them rationally and positively
- Actions you can take to break away from negative thoughts and feelings or deal with them differently
- What you can do afterwards to help you feel better about the consequences.
You will be encouraged to practise any potentially helpful approaches outside of coaching sessions and then report back at the next coaching session. David will then help you to build on what you've done well and adjust anything that needs changing or improving.
How Many Life Coaching Sessions will I need?
Most people have in all 4-12 coaching sessions. The exact number will vary according to individual need.
What Type of Life Issues are the Life Coaching Sessions appropriate for?
David's coaching sessions are helpful for most of the usual areas that people seek life coaching assistance for, such as career development or relationship issues. His greatest expertise and where CBT techniques in particular are most effective is around issues where anxieties, stresses, fears or mental blocks are inhibiting you from making effective change. Examples of areas that can be covered in coaching sessions are:
- Dealing with Negative Thoughts and Feelings
- Self Esteem and Confidence
- Emotional difficulties in relationships (such as jealousy0
- Decision making or addressing a dilemma
- Breaking negative habits
Will I become Dependent on Coaching?
The aim of CBT and the other coaching models used in David's coaching sessions is to help you to help yourself not for you to become dependent on the life coach or on the coaching sessions. In a short number of coaching sessions you are taught techniques that you can use for yourself.
What Does a Programme of coaching Sessions Consist of?
A programme of coaching sessions begins with an initial introductory coaching session to assess your needs and wishes and identify initial actions for you to try out to help you to start to move towards your desired outcomes. At the end of the introductory coaching session David will email you a project plan setting out what has been agreed at the session which will be updated at each further sessions. Further sessions will focus on implementing and updating your project plan as you move closer towards your desired outcomes.
How Long does each coaching Session Last?
Each coaching session last 1 hour and also include an individualised coaching Project Plan which David will email to you after each coaching session.
Do I Need to Do any Preparation before the Initial Life Coaching Session?
The initial introductory coaching session will give you the opportunity to talk through the issues that are of concern to you. Before the initial coaching session David will supply you by email with a short questionnaire to fill out to give information and details about where you want help or ideas and we will use that questionnaire as the starting point for the discussion in the initial coaching session.
The content of the introductory coaching session and subsequent coaching sessions will be tailored to your particular requirements. It will vary depending on whether you are looking for help in relationships, work, business, or personal development issues.
The introductory coaching session and each subsequent coaching session in your programme of coaching sessions will conclude with suggested steps for you to try out in relation to your concerns be they self esteem, anxiety, stress, work, relationship or other matters. You may also be given 'homework' exercises to work through to help you reflect on and address difficulties in a positive and constructive way.
Can I have Sessions One at a Time or Do I Need to Do a Programme?
You can purchase sessions individually. Discounts may be available if you purchase a block of sessions in advance. Please call 0117 230 119 for further details.
How Often Will I have to have Coaching Sessions?
In most cases to gain the most from your coaching programme it is recommended that you have sessions 1-2 weeks apart. Occasionally a longer interval may be recommended if that length of time does not seem sufficient for you to complete any tasks that you have been assigned or if a longer interval is more appropriate for your needs.
Is the Coaching done Face to Face or byTelephone?
If you are in Bristol or nearby you have the option of face to face coaching sessions in Bristol if you prefer. Telephone coaching sessions (by Skype if you prefer) are the appropriate option for people living elsewhere in the UK or outside the UK.
If your sessions are by telephone then you will be asked to telephone at an agreed time for your coaching session.
What Happens if I Want to Rearrange a Coaching Session?
Once a time for a coaching session has been agreed with you it can be rearranged by 48 hours notice, otherwise the full fee remains payable.
When Can Life Coaching Sessions be Held?
Sessions can start at any time from 9.30am - 6.30pm (UK time) on a weekday subject to availability.
What Former Coaching Clients Say about the Sesssions
Here are some comments of former clients who have had coaching sessions with David:
"I am surprised at how calm and relaxed I am about things now..."
"I am a lot more in control of my life and have started to enjoy everyday things which I have ignored for so long. Other people have noticed a change in me and I can see that I am valued by my clients. The introduction of an action programme to help balance the work has given me a better lifestyle which is much healthier all round. Through the project plan I have been able to include leisure and health activities with decreasing feelings of guilt...
I am surprised at how calm and relaxed I am about things now... By using David's constructive exercises I have been surprised and then delighted by how much difference they have made. Ideas, thoughts and feelings which had been suppressed have gradually come back and given me confidence that I can achieve my dreams." Sylvia, Kent, UK
"It has been great to have someone to talk to. You really listened..."
"It has been great to have someone to talk to. You really listened - by this I mean that you did not just listen but took in what I said. I have the feeling that what I say is not just waffle. You are an extremely helpful objective observer and have helped me to understand what I am really trying to achieve.” Fiona, London, UK
"I have successfully implemented a fundamental change in the control of my reactions which in turn leads me to react differently..."
"I have successfully implemented a fundamental change in the control of my reactions which in turn leads me to react differently and I feel better about the situation...It was reassuring for me previously to think the worst scenario, because the payback was that I could be less likely to feel disappointed with the outcome of a situation. My new approach is a lot easier on the system." Pippa, London, UK
"David was supportive and full of practical ideas...."
How Much Does Life Coaching with CBT Techniques Cost?
The standard fee for a coaching session incoporating CBT techniques is £75.
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