Ending a relationship with someone that you once held feelings for is no easy feat, in fact over half of people say that breakups are usually dramatic or messy which stems from the fact that most people don't know any other way so we're here to help you do it in a way that helps you feel okay? Basically what we're offering is an opportunity for you to come away from a connection that's just not developing how you'd like or a long term relationship that's lost it's spark in your own inevitable way and help you negotiate the grief from the fall-out without making a complete fool of yourself. So you may be wondering where all this has come from, well I used to think that being abandoned was the most shattering thing that could happen to me until I realized that it was making me act passively so I decided that I better start doing it differently as it goes a long way in accepting that some connections are worth saving but equally some aren't meant to last.
So how does it work?
I realize that a degree of learning needs to ensue which can be done through our courses but when it comes to taking action then we can support you to set the scene to depart or at least get your point across in style. Some of our courses and sessions centre around movies but this is not a prerequisite, you might just want to dive in.
And why work with me?
I'm a qualified movie therapist, mentor and life coach and I've worked with a diverse range of people throughout the years through the support of organizations such as Wirral Mind and The School for Social Entrepreneurs where I graduated from as a fellow on the Innovators for Health program. I'm also a mental health first aider and hold qualifications in building confidence, assertiveness and positive psychology.
Moreover I've worked on my own self-development for years mainly through the process of taking myself into relationships and coming out of them by acting like they do in the movies so that the parting has acted as a learning experience which has ultimately left my self-esteem in good shape.