How do you know if you are suffering from the effects of stress? What are the signs; erratic sleep, loss of libido, digestive problems like IBS, panic attacks, high blood pressure, constant irritability or even depression? You may have resorted to comfort eating, smoking cigarettes, drinking too much alcohol or taking recreational drugs to help you cope with life’s pressures.

Are you becoming angry over trivial situations or worrying excessively and becoming anxious in situations in which you used to feel confident? 

Are you living with a problem, such as a habit, an addiction, a compulsion, a phobia, anxiety disorder or panic attacks because you don’t know what to do about it or who to turn to for help? 

You will be pleasantly surprised to discover that finding the solution to your problem can be achieved rapidly using a solution-focused approach.

I can provide you with the support, ‘tools’, knowledge and expertise so that you can free yourself from these debilitating conditions. See what my clients have to say.

Would you like the opportunity to learn the secrets of how to become more relaxed, more successful, improve your concentration and focus, increase your motivation and how to set and achieve your goals?

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