Learn How to Reduce Stress Today
If you’re struggling with stress and it’s starting to impact your physical or mental health then stress coaching can help you learn how to reduce stress and gain control again.
Although it’s not listed as a mental health problem, stress can lead to mental health problems like anger, depression or anxiety.
Unfortunately, stress is just part of life. But when it starts to feel like stress is affecting the overall quality of your life then it’s time to get help.
I certainly could have benefitted from some stress coaching when I was younger. Stress used to play a big part in my life due to financial and relationship issues and it was really hard to deal with at times.
I went through a period where the thought of getting up for work, sitting in traffic and doing a days work was unbearable. I felt short of breath, tense and irritable before I even left the house.
Over time, stress had a major impact on my quality of life, relationships and my career, ultimately resulting in me losing my job and being declared personally bankrupt by the time I was 23.
Stress can often feel overwhelming and can lead to panic attacks or other serious medical conditions including cardiovascular, heart, reproduction or memory problems.
But I’d like to help you avoid any of that nasty stuff by giving you access to the support and resources you need to successfully learn how to reduce and manage stress.
So what is stress coaching?
Stress coaching is a confidential one-to-one meeting, between an individual (you) and a professional coach (me). In this meeting, we’ll discuss your stress issues and work together on raising your awareness of where they come from and how you can control them.
In each stress coaching session we’ll aim to review, identify and prioritise a list of areas you can work on in order to help you manage stress more effectively.
We’ll go back to your past, discuss the present and plan for the future in your coaching sessions so you should be prepared for a challenging and emotional but fulfilling experience.
Coaching is all about me asking you lots of questions that will lead to you self-discovering the solutions of how to control your stress levels.
I’ll help you access the various tools, resources and ongoing support you need to manage stress but it’s down to you to do the homework and make the change.
What can you expect from me as your stress coach?
I am a qualified professional coach with various diplomas and certifications in areas such as; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Caring for Adults, CBT for Depression, Anxiety, Phobias, Panic Attacks and other mental health care training areas.
It’s important to make it clear though that I am not a qualified medical professional. I cannot prescribe drugs and am unable to work with you if you have a severe chronic mental condition.
If you feel like you have a severe medical condition then I recommend getting in touch with your local GP or finding your local NHS psychological therapy services.
If you’re having suicidal thoughts then click here to get help.
Coaching and helping people is my passion. Over the past 10 years, I’ve delivered more than 1,000 hours of one-to-one coaching to people around the world with a variety of challenges and goals.
I work with a diverse range of corporate and private clients, so my day can go from coaching the CEO of a large organisation in the morning to coaching an unemployed teenager in the afternoon.
My coaching style offers a flexible and diverse mix of focusing on the past, present and future depending on your situation.
You can expect me to be 100% confidential, supportive, completely non-judgemental, down-to-earth, honest, direct, and firm but fair.
But my coaching style isn’t for everyone.
I’m going to ask you a lot of questions in each session and I’ll challenge you on your opinions. I’ll also invite you out of your comfort zone and hold you accountable for yourself, your actions and your goals.
If you’re okay with this then we should be able to work well together and achieve your desired results. If you’re still unsure then why not book yourself in for a free 30-minute consultation session below.
“David has always been a huge inspiration to me as a coach and as a friend. He is a no-nonsense professional who understands what it takes to succeed, having grafted himself, and is extremely good at passing this on to others. He takes a very hands-on approach, leading the way and filling those around him with confidence.”
Rober Miller | Business Development @ Trustpolot
How long do the sessions last?
Your initial coaching session will typically be a bit longer, but ongoing sessions will normally last between 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the frequency of your sessions.
Some clients prefer to have a set time and date in the calendar every month, whereas others prefer to schedule their coaching sessions on an ad-hoc basis. I’m flexible either way, however, consistency in your sessions will always deliver the best results.
How many sessions will you need?
This one is always hard to answer because I don’t know enough about you or your situation, so I don’t usually suggest how many sessions people need until we’ve got through the first couple of hours together. On average, most of my clients have 2 sessions per month.
Where will the coaching sessions be held?
Unless you’re based locally in Manchester, happy to come to me or happy to pay extra for me to travel to you then all of my sessions are normally delivered online or over the telephone. This ensures I can keep my coaching fees affordable for you and flexible for both of us.
How much does stress coaching cost?
You can either choose to pay-as-you-go and pay £65 per session or you can sign up to one of my monthly private coaching plans that start from as low as £30 per session with no long-term commitment required and the ability to upgrade or downgrade your plan at any time.
Are you ready to get started?
If you’re ready to take action and get started then click here to complete my new client sign up form.
Alternatively, you can book us in for a free 30-minute telephone consultation below. In this call, we’ll discuss what you are looking to get out of your coaching sessions and I can also answer any other questions you might have.