My name is Steve and I work across the UK as a therapist, trainer and coach, helping my clients see the progress they are looking for.

Getting the help you need

Have you ever wondered “Do I need therapy?”

This is an internal subjective question that everyone faces. The answer is almost always shrouded in fear and embarrassment. So much so that the fear of embarrassment leads some to hide their problems away until one day they just can't take it anymore. The effects can be both huge and devastating both for the person concerned and all the people they know around them. Fortunately it is becoming increasingly socially acceptable to talk about mental health and the stigma, whilst still high, is coming down more and more. Reaching out to a therapist for help with mental health should be as normal as seeing a doctor and the sincere hope is that one day we can get to the stage where our social acceptance of this need means others (including employers) are willing to freely support individuals to reach out without judgement.

At face value you would be forgiven for thinking “I’m ok - in fact yeah I’m fine” but what if you have been living in stress and anxiety for so long your body has become used to feeling that way AND you were not consciously aware of it. I say this because this is almost always the case in clients who I help.

Explaining how stress operates, accumulates and the appropriate levels is very enlightening for everyone. Once you understand the how, and the why, you can begin the journey of proactively reducing these levels using a mixture of strategies. It may be a relief to you to know that the creation of a tailor made mix of strategies will be a benefit to you and all those who care for you.

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