Resilience is the ability to recover from adversity such as difficult experiences and set-backs by adapting and moving forwards, which often leads to personal growth as well.
People with a healthy amount of resilience increase their ability to have a more positive perspective of life enabling them to see problems as challenges rather than threats.
Lisa is a heart-warming coach full of empathy and openness ~ Shae
We all have resilience, but in certain areas it may be lacking and then everything simply becomes too much, leaving us feeling overwhelmed, stressed or despondent. This can often be attributed to a mindset or mentality that we have unconsciously adopted.
I will help you to explore areas of your life that might be causing you to feel stuck. I work intuitively and my style is to be supportive, collaborative as well as compassionately challenging you. To help you to keep on track with your progress, the amount of coaching sessions is agreed in advance to suit your needs and sessions are delivered on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
Resilience coaching supports better health and well-being both emotionally and physically as it typically addresses common areas of our lives that cause us set backs, overwhelm and low mood. These might be health problems, work-life balance, relationships, going through the menopause, starting your own business, changing career paths or facing retirement to name a few.
My goal is to help you find your joy and passion for life again. Feeling more empowered increases our confidence and mental strength and often enables us to take on difficult as well as rewarding challenges in life; giving us the gift of having a true sense of purpose and fulfilment.
By choosing to have a few sessions of coaching, it may really help you to move forwards both mentally, emotionally and physically to lead a richer life. Sessions can be delivered online via the usual platforms or in person at my clinic in Northiam, East Sussex,
60 minutes - £70
Block of 4 – £260
Block of 6 - £390
Please note: Complementary therapies and coaching do not replace conventional medicine and counselling, and you should always seek the advice of your GP. Complementary therapists do not diagnose, nor do they prescribe or alter medication. They may, however, advise clients to be regularly assessed by their doctor in case their medication dose needs to be adjusted.