What is the difference between what you do and therapy?
- problem oriented,
- based on a person’s limitations and emotional pain,
- focused on the past, and
- diagnoses ‘the’ problem.
What I do is;
- help stable people get more out of life,
- solution-oriented, with no diagnosis,
- help my clients focus on their strengths,
- tap into a person’s inner resources,
- client defined, and
- assist the client work towards their objective(s).
How do you do what you do?
Do you know how it is when someone experiences a loss in their lives? They don’t function as well as they could. These losses can be similar to having;
- no confidence in life,
- no faith in their reason for living,
- no hope in the future,
- a relationship breakup, and
- a death of a spouse/partner.
What I do is coach them on how to overcome their difficult situation. I use what I call ‘Breakthrough Initiatives’ so that they can live a more enjoyable life.
What are these ‘Breakthrough Initiatives’ and how do you use them?
I teach my clients 8 characteristics that I’ve learned from ordinary people who have overcome massive challenges. These people were prisoners of war, people that were abused and those that became disabled.
These characteristics help them bounce back from their situation and live lives of joy and involvement.
Think about this; if these characteristics helped prisoners of war, those that were abused and people with disabilities, how much of a difference they will make in your life?