Stress Relief Therapy
Life Changing Skype Sessions
Stress begins in the mind
Making sense of your levels of stress can seem daunting. How did it get like this? It often seems like it came out of nowhere and you dont have a clue how to deal with it.
Giving words to your thoughts is key. When you can name your thoughts and beliefs, they have a voice. Stress is unspoken energy that will continue to build up whilst it not expressed.
Together we will map out all of the details that lead to your stress levels.
Noticing your stress signs
Learn to notice signs of stress in your body. Stress is an instinctual response to danger in your life. By learning to notice when the physical body becomes stressed you can manage the symptoms.
- Sweaty palms
- Shallow or restricted breath
- Muscular tensions
- Rapid heartbeat
- Physical anxiety / tight chest
Lets unpack the story of your stress
Stress is a combination of events and levels of pressure. Discover the lifestyle factors that allow stress to go unnoticed…. until now.
What distractions have prevented you from seeing the build up of this tension? Small steps not taken or procrastinated upon. Big challenges that are not planned for. These factors take a toll that when combined seem beyond comprehension.
Notice your reactions
Stress is a heightened state of awareness. All of the body’s alert systems set to capacity. Thoughts can race along, eyes dilate and your memory can be blank. Notice your reactions to the world around to become aware of your levels of stress.
- Short fused
- Quick to anger
- Panicked / impatient
- Over thinking
Relief comes from adapting to stress
The definition of stress is being overwhelmed. When the capacity to handle new challenges is busy with unfinished business. A feeling of not being able to keep up.
Working with a therapist allows you to break down a large problem into easy to manage steps. This allows you to feel progress in a short time. A great relief is available when you measure progress in stages.
A trigger is an external event that you react to. Noticing your triggers is necessary to halt the buildup of stress. When you are already stressed reactions are heightened, leading to a snowball effect.
- Sensitive to sound
- Easily distracted
- Dreading “more bad news”
- Impatience while waiting
Become grounded within your life
Signs You Are Grounded
- Awareness Of Your Breath
- Awareness of Your Body
- Feeling Of Having Enough Time
- Patience & Calm
- Clear Mind , Open Imagination
- Able To Make Sense Of Emotions
- Clear Memory
A complete package of solutions
I’d like to invite you to a free 20 minute phone consultation.
Together we can talk about where you’re at and the ideal next steps that will work for you.
Ad your details and we can arrange the call!