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Brief therapy and coaching is available worldwide. Do you have a situation or difficulty that you’ve been meaning to get help with? Or perhaps you are unsure of what might be possible, or even, you think that nothing IS possible, so you must suffer alone?

As you’ll know if you’ve looked around this website, taking control of a difficulty starts with a conversation, and for many people just one conversation is all that it takes to get a handle on something that’s bothering them. Note that I didn’t say “fix the problem”’ that’s not what I do.

Instead I help my clients explore possibilities and build on their own natural skills and resources, to start the change they would like to have happen. And, before we start, I always offer a free 20-30 minute discussion so that you can explain what you’d like to have happen and I can explain how I might help. For some people, this is all that’s needed. Having taken the step to talk to me starts a process they can manage on their own. Others prefer some help, so they’ll book a session and see how it goes

I offer brief therapy and coaching, distance is no object. We can talk on-line using Skype, or by ‘phone. Many people find this a convenient option because its easy to schedule, simple to access and they can do it from the comfort of their home or office. It’s about choice, and if you have a problem, as I so often say “Life doesn’t have to be like that.”

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