Online Help for Individuals
Most people who use my Online Help service schedule in times that suit their lifestyle. This makes it easier to fit
around work and family commitments. It also means they don’t have to rush around to try and reach my consultancy
room, worrying about where to park, or if they will be able to arrive on time.
Many of them are individuals who find it easier to seek support at times that fall outside of typical “opening hours”.
This often allows them to find a place where they can be alone and feel more comfortable about discussing their
They may also have hit a trigger point for their stress, anxiety, or fear that very day. So being able to access online
support at “just the right time” can help to address things more quickly.
Online Help for Groups
Coaching is not just for individuals. It is not unusual for groups of people to all be affected by the same issues and
causes of stress, anxiety, or fear.
For example, new parents all face similar stresses when they return home with their newborn. So learning how to
understand the causes of their stress and overcoming it, can benefit all new parents within a group environment.
Employees in an emergency call centre may feel under immense pressure. So learning how to recognise stress in
themselves and their colleagues, formulating strategies and ways to deal with the causes, and supporting each other
through that process can benefit everyone in the workplace.
This approach, where coaching becomes “One-to-Many”, can be successfully utilised in all sorts of ways. To date, the
largest group I have worked with online in this way provided support to 28 employees.
Group coaching can benefit people in other ways too, as they all learn from each other and become a group support
network; helping everyone in their circle.
Help is Here
I developed my “Stress Resilience – Fear Less, Live More” program for individuals and groups of people after I became
actively involved in helping people to tackle their stress, anxiety, and fears through my work within the NHS.
Patients faced anxiety and fear about operations or treatment, while family members understandably had concerns
around outcomes for their loved ones. Nursing staff were affected by stress too, with the cause of their stress often
being at a group level – a recent example has been very evident through coverage of the Coronavirus pandemic, with
television channels showing medical professionals grappling with the enormity of treating huge numbers of people.
My role revolves around helping individuals and groups of people to overcome and manage the causes of their stress,
anxiety, or fear, returning them to a better place and a better life. That is why my program is designed for every one of