We all have the ability and often the desire and need to change, grow, learn and develop. However at times we may feel ‘stuck in a rut’. You may be unsure how to progress in certain areas of your life, how to develop, how to be more resourceful or how to achieve your goals. You may not even be sure what your goals are. If you relate to any of these or similar issues, coaching can help you gain the clarity to be where you want to be.
Personal breakthrough coaching can help you quickly and effectively break through the barriers holding you back and assist you to make positive steps forward to unlock and maximize your potential.
Julie can help you with your career direction, personal development, relationship issues and general fulfillment. Coaching helps you to bring out the best in yourself, create a path you wish to follow and successfully follow it.
A personalized programme will be developed for you, relating to your individual needs to take into account the length of time necessary to resolve the issues which might mean weekly contact initially for 2 or 3 sessions, or every two weeks, or monthly intervals. This service can be provided face to face in Wakefield, or if more convenient in the comfort of your own home, or workplace over the telephone.
Julie will ask you to complete a questionnaire, free of charge to ascertain if this is the most suitable course of action. If it is deemed not the best option for you, we can discuss the alternative pathways.
Our reputation is very important, which is why we do not take on every client who approaches us.
Counselling has been described as the “talking therapy” whereby the therapist helps the client to deal with personal issues which are having a detrimental impact on their life. This is achieved through a conversation between the client and the therapist and the use of therapeutic skills and tools.
Counselling can provide the catalyst for change. All counseling is completely confidential and conducted in a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment. Counselling assists with specific psychological or behavioural traits as well as general concerns and difficulties coping with feelings, uncertainties, loss of purposed etc.
People from all walks of life come to counselling to talk freely and openly about bottled up feelings, i.e. anger, anxiety, grief, embarrassment. Clients are helped to explore feelings.
The following are just some of the reasons why people go to see a counsellor:
- Anxiety and depression.
- Substance dependency.
- Low self esteem/poor confidence/self image.
- Sexual issues/sexual identify and gender issues.
- Childhood experiences.
- Major life changes.
- Work and home pressure.
- Financial and career problems.
- General feelings of being unable to cope.
Often after initial counselling sessions Hypnotherapy or NLP techniques may be incorporated to accelerate the healing process and provide the tools to allow the client take control, be it practically or emotionally to initiate the change they desire. Julie G Greensmith is a qualified counsellor in the
development of learning.