The Stress to Success Training Program embraces a variety of different modalities for understanding and reducing stress. We utilise techniques and strategies from Neuro Linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Meridian Energy Therapies, personality typing from the Enneagram Institute, and Heart Coherence from the HeartMath Institute. At the very core of our training, however, is Mindfulness and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction.
Mindfulness is an integrative, mind-body based approach that helps people change the way they think and feel about their experiences. It is an intentionally focussed awareness; a way of paying attention on purpose in the present moment, non-judgementally. Participants are taught to approach their daily problems and challenges in a mindful way, and to develop the ability to step back and observe with curiosity and compassion, rather than reactively or judgementally. This creates a cycle of focussed awareness leading to enhanced competencies for resilience, creativity and peak performance.
Michelle Clemons is an intuitive, kind and compassionate therapist and trainer, who is able to challenge your set notions in a safe and effective way. My experience with her was life-changing and continues to yield excellent day-to-day results. The best thing of all was discovering a new way of thinking about my limiting beliefs and thereby combating an awful lot of unnecessary stress. I recommend her highly.
Tania Ahsan, Author & Journalist
Personal coaching online has many advantages: You can find the coach that suits you best from anywhere in the world. You can have your coaching sessions in the comfort of your own home. You can be more flexible with times, scheduling your sessions around work and other commitments. There are no added costs, such as travel expenses and parking.
When using Skype you can even choose to work without video, in order to guard your privacy and feel more comfortable and relaxed.
So why is personal coaching such a good idea? Here are some statistics from a 1993 study conducted at Brigham Young University:
• Of those that made the statement “That’s a good idea.” They only had a 10% chance of making a change
• Of those that committed and said, “I’ll do it.” They only had a 25% chance of making a change
• Of those that said when they would do it, they had a 40% chance of making a change
• Of those that set a specific plan of how to do it, they had a 50% chance of change
• Of those that committed to someone else that they would do it, they had a 60% chance of change
• Of those that set a specific time to share their progress with someone else, they had a 95% chance of change
If you want to make meaningful changes in your life, I would be honoured to work with you.
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Any case histories or testimonials contained on this website, do not constitute a warranty, guarantee, or prediction regarding the outcome of any individual using the Stress to Success Training Program. As with any training where one learns new skills and techniques, it is only through practice and repetition of those skills that the learner will obtain maximum benefits and maximum results.