IF You might be unhappy but not yet identify why? Or you may simply suspect that there’s more to life than you’re currently experiencing.
OR You sense that you’re suffering from psychological ailments, or maybe you’re weighed down by a diagnosis such as depression, anxiety, mood disorders, abuse – domestic and/or in the workplace – relationship issues such as co-dependency, work-related or life stress OR addictions such as love/sex and food, yet the help you’ve received has fallen short.
OR You sure you have untapped talents & gifts but somehow are unable to reach your full potential or move forward in your personal mind-set, career and/or in relationships.
OR You’ve experienced an assortment of the above.
You can read more about my own journey in ‘About Me’ and soon in my book ‘The Return Home’. I understand first-hand many of the issues that my clients might be facing. My own personal experience of adversity provided the catalyst for my own therapeutic journey in 2012 with the Inner Bonding® (IB®), which is a unique healing modality rooted in what is known as Third Wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) including facets of CBT with ways to access our own inner knowing, accessing our feelings and healing. I also use other modalities.
My training as a ‘practitioner researcher’ in Psychology is ongoing as I also work as an assistant clinical psychologist in the English Health Service (NHS).
The key pre-requisite for us working together is a heartfelt willingness and openness to learning whilst taking full responsibility for the ways you might be thinking or behaving, which might be contributing to your difficulties. I’d openly encourage you to listen to yourself to find out if my teachings resonate with you personally, since the facilitator-client relationship is central to your ‘wellbeing’ progress.
About Inner Bonding®
Inner Bonding® is co-created by Dr Margaret Paul (www.innerbonding.com). The powerful modality teaches individuals how to connect within and how to take personal responsibility for their thoughts, beliefs and ensuing emotions, as well as how to identify erroneous beliefs. The process leads to increase self-care, joy and empowerment, as well as the full realization of our talents and gifts. There are six steps to practice.
Spirituality is wrongly equated to religiosity, which it simply isn’t. A scientific definition by Dhar et al. (2011) is “a state of being where an individual is able to deal with day-to-day life in a manner which leads to the realization of one’s full potential; meaning and purpose of life; and happiness from within”.
Scientists Worthington and Aten (2009) defined it further as feeling an affinity with:
The first session is divided into 3 parts:
There is an initial assessment including a very brief history, unlocking and understanding the reason(s) for you seeking help and shaping the goals which will allow me to best tailor part 2 and earmark which ‘interventions’ are most appropriate. You then get to experience working with me with the various modalities (as appropriate). Most importantly we review your experience, answer any burning questions and agreeing next steps.