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  • The Fear Fountain

    The onset and progression of fear reminds me of the pavement fountains you often see in cities around the world.  You know the ones, they shoot up quickly, you never know exactly where from, they often start as one spray and rapidly multiply. 

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  • The Impact of Divorce

    Divorce is significantly impactful on a practical and emotional level (even if we’re the ones who instigated it) and will have an impact of some kind on our children.  So how can we, reduce that impact as much as possible?

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  • Setting Achievable Goals

    How many goals have you set in your life that you’ve not followed through on?  Quite often this is because we don’t set goals correctly, or we get goals and states (feelings) mixed up, e.g my goal is to feel happy.  Feeling happy is simply that, a feeling and we can have it any time…

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  • Case Study – MC

    Like many people, MC had been significantly affected by the impact of COVID.  Lockdown and the threat of disease had triggered MC’s Mysophobia (fear of germs) a condition he’d been managed well for years.  MC’s company had requested all staff return to work in 2022 and MC found he was unable to return. 

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  • Case Study – JP (IT and Telecommunications)

    JP was being well supported by her management team; they’d been working with her for a while to integrate her into her new leadership role.  They’d provided training and regular line management meetings.  However, JP was struggling with various parts of her management position and couldn’t move past these challenges.  The company asked me to…

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  • Case Study – SM (IT and Telecommunications)

    When SM’s manager contacted me, the company’s concern was that SM would need to step down from his current position to support his teenage daughter.  This was not the case, with a few tools and a slight change in working hours, SM was able to implement long-term work/life balance.

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  • Case Study – JS (Education)

    JS came to us with a significant dip in her confidence, she felt overwhelmed by day-to-day tasks and was close to needing long term leave.  From the first session JS was able to put in place long term practical solutions which in turn helped her regain her confidence in herself and her leadership position

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  • Testimonial – GB

    Following a series of quick succession life changing events (loss of sibling; loss of father; house sale collapse; losing our rental property (due to sale) with the prospect of being homeless; and a throat cancer scare; I found being able to fully focus on work (or even daily living) a real challenge. My work (and…

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  • Testimonial – JS

    Thank you, Debbie!  The time and support you have given me have made such a difference to my life both in and outside of work.  A few weeks ago I felt I was running out of options and didn’t know where to turn.  You have nurtured and challenged me in equal measure and to use…

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  • Testimonial – LS

    Debbie  – Thank you so much for your support with our team.  We have been concerned about this small group of individuals for a while and knew we needed to do something to support the team to improve their mental health and wellbeing.  We couldn’t be more delighted.  Your guidance, tools and powerful techniques have provided our…

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  • Testimonial – JD (on behalf of The Bemrose School)

    Debbie Kinghorn has been providing workshops and one to one sessions to The Bemrose School since 2019 and continues to work with us today.   We would highly recommend Debbie, she’s able to get a very clear understanding of the needs and challenges of the participants in her workshops, one to one sessions and those of…

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