Living a life of meaning, purpose & integrity - Lost your Mojo? Feel an emptiness inside?
Life is precious and short and therefore there isn’t a minute to waste.
Happiness is often derived from knowing who you really are and living a life of integrity and with a clear sense of meaning and purpose.
Our sense of meaning is the knowledge that we truly make a difference, that we are needed, important and that our lives count for something. A person’s sense of purpose is the determination to act in ways that are consistent with our sense of meaning and that are consistent with the knowledge that we truly do make a difference.
To live a life of integrity you first have to know who you are (not hide or suppress parts of yourself e.g. mask wearing, people pleasing) and be true to yourself, respect and value yourself, find the courage to accept that not everyone is going to like you or your choices, speak your truth, be honest with yourself and others, respect yours and others’ rights, feel whole and unhampered by past baggage.
'He who has a why to live for can be almost any how’
Sometimes clients say to me that despite money, holidays, love, great jobs and friendships they still feel an emptiness inside. Or that at some point in their lives they have lost their mojo, drive, excitement about life and very often when I ask them what their Meaning and Purpose is, they answer – I don’t know. We help you find out what yours is and how to live your life with true integrity too.
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How we can help
Therapeutic Counselling will help you to get to the root of these sometimes painful and/or confusing feelings and beliefs and why you feel and do what you do, it will help you make sense of what has happened to you and also help you safely release any painful feelings and often out of date or misinformed limiting beliefs safely once and for all. An advantage of Therapeutic Counselling is that once the work is done you will no longer need to have counselling again.
Using expertise, tools, experience and insight as a professional qualified Counsellor drawn from over 10 years of success with clients we know the right questions to ask you, really listen and learn all about you and your life and then we use special tools and techniques best tailored to your situation and personality to help you draw out the answers and understand what has happened to you and why you feel and behave the way you do now.
Your counselling will identify what is getting in the way of your happiness and help you to safely release those painful feelings and get rid of those limiting beliefs which are colouring your perception of yourself, others and the world around so that you can move forwards, feeling happy inside, know who you are, feel calm, confident, in control and have the life you really want.
How we will deliver these results for you
Weekly 50-minutes high-quality online video calls with you (working towards your desired outcomes).
Sessions are structured and include detailed history taking.
Using an integrative approach with interactive, creative, talking therapies We are able to draw on a range of techniques and approaches tailored to suit your personality and needs.
Techniques and creative tools to both recognise and release painful feelings Identifying and releasing emotional wounds frozen in time currently in your subconscious mind.
Various types of journaling,
Drawing tools and writing tools
Physical techniques and tools
Anchoring new beliefs and overcoming habits (NLP) and other exercises.
And many more
All explained clearly and sent direct to you via email.
Can you Trust us?
By choosing a fully qualified BACP* Registered Member and National Counselling Society Accredited Counsellor recognised by the NHS you get the following as standard:
30 Counsellor hours of mandatory continuing professional development each year.
The Latest informed approaches in Counselling/NLP
Your Counsellor reports in to and is monitored by a Supervisor to ensure the Counsellor is fit to practice and in adherence with the Code of Ethics of the Training body of your Counsellor.
Compliance with the Data Protection Act 1974 and GDPR. Password protected online meetings and secure data storage.
Full Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance
A clear understanding of the professional boundaries and sanctity of the Therapeutic Relationship only exists within the counselling session and safeguards the client.
*(British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists)
Online Therapy for Feeling of Emptiness and Losing Purpose & Integrity
If you would like to book an initial consultation to discuss your situation, what you want to achieve and learn about how Therapeutic Counselling can specifically help. We look forward to seeing how we might help you.
Case Study – Jack (name changed)
Jack a successful business man in his early 40’s dialled into an early morning initial consultation with me and rather shame faced sadly confessed that he felt he’d lost his way, no longer found his job brought him excitement and fulfilment and that his family no longer seemed to need him. He felt worthless yet he felt guilty expressing it. After all, he had a loving wife, family and had earned himself a decent income to afford a comfortable lifestyle. I explained to him about the importance of having a Meaning and Purpose and we explored what had changed in his life for him to feel this way.
Once the main breadwinner, provider, father and entrepreneur he felt needed, valued, respected, successful in providing but as the years passed he realised his children no longer needed him so much, his wife was often out with her friends or doing her hobbies and the business pretty much ran itself so he no longer saw what value he was bringing or what was the point of what he was doing. We agreed that his meaning and purpose needed re-defining in order to find new fulfilment, direction and happiness again.
We explored his strengths and what his passions had been before the children came along. We removed the dust sheets on things he used to enjoy and new things too. I helped him to identify some limiting beliefs he had about himself and this new self-awareness freed him up to consider other new life goals.
He particularly enjoyed having some time for himself to speak openly about his feelings without consequence. Finally, we looked at how he and his wife could create some new joint goals now that the children were growing up and this ignited a new excitement and closer bond between them as a couple.