Coaching, Training and Hypnosis from Not A Blue Tree

Case Study

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Are you usually now sustaining change, or are your barriers still constantly holding you back?

One of my clients had not long come out of prison. He was angry. He resented having been in prison for a number of years. Incongruously, he stated that he was now ready to change. And I say incongruously, because everything about his tone, his words, and his demeanour suggested that he was far from […]

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It’s all about defining the dream and then making it happen. Are you ready for the next step or are you already giving up?

I often find myself thinking about the very varied reasons that people seek out a coach and what they want to achieve from the relationship. Some make major changes, some make small, incremental changes, and some suddenly find their path, changing direction and changing their lives. It’s all about defining the dream and then making

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When addiction actually takes over, how bad does it really have to get before you’re ready to take action now?

I had a client who was overcoming addiction, in recovery from cocaine addiction. He explained that it had all started so well, with the occasional line of cocaine at the weekend. The drug gave him the ability to party a little bit longer and drink a little bit more. He noted that it was hard

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Challenging children today to overcome the reality of their recurring fears and irrational phobias now

It would be great if we could keep fear and phobia, anxiety and distress, out of childhood. Or, at least, the more extreme forms which become debilitating and limiting. It’s concerning that mental health services are overwhelmed, and waiting lists for support and treatment continue to grow. And it’s particularly worrying for parents, who see

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