My Inner Therapist
Restoring Trust & Faith in Your Abilities
End Your Dependence on Others to “Fix” You
There is No One Better Equipped to Help You…Than You!
You were born with three of the most important tools for navigating life and all its complexity.
#1 – A brain that can adapt and change as you learn and grow.
#2 – An emotional GPS that guides you as you navigate self-imposed or life imposed road blocks.
#3 – And self trust, the instinctual belief in your abilities and worth.
These tools make you uniquely equipped to be your own therapist. No one can heal or change you. They can only play a supporting role.
When Did You Stop Trusting Yourself?
It’s hard to trust your abilities and be self aware in a world determined to make you dependent.
As a kid, you were taught to conform at home and in school, losing yourself in the process. And as an adult you’re bombarded by ads designed to make you feel inadequate and question everything about yourself.
Oh, and let’s not forget the mental health industry which tells you that feelings of anxiety and depression are signs you’re broken, and you can only be fixed with a drug.
And then you turn to social media to distract yourself from the unrelenting negative self talk in your head; eventually coming to the conclusion that “my life sucks” in compairison to others.
How are you supposed to have confidence and self worth when the world seems to be sending you the message that “You’re Not Enough?”
You seek out therapist, doctors, coaches, gurus, experts, books, programs; anything to help you break free from the mounting insecurity, doubt, and worry that keeps you stuck. And sometimes it helps—for a minute. Seems like only a matter of time before the new you gets hijacked by your old way of thinking.
When we look to forces or people outside ourselves to make us feel better, we risk becoming emotionally dependent on these external factors. Much in the same way we become dependent on food, alcohol, or drugs to make us feel better.
“We Get In the Habit of Looking to the World To Tell Us Who We Are & What We’re Worth.”
Rewire Your Brain for Success
Transform Your Inner Dialogue
To boost your confidence and overcome insecurities, you need to identify the words and thoughts that sabotage your happiness and diminish your potential.
These Are Not Positive Affirmations.
Simply thinking positive does not work because you feel like you’re lying to yourself. Reframing teaches you to create believable statements that your subconscious mind agrees with and accepts as truth.
*Includes guided visual imagery and musical beats to help reinforce your learning.
You Got This!
You are the owner of a powerful tool—your mind. It can change, adapt, and heal without any oversight from you. But it can also change based on the instructions you give it. And you don’t need to train your brain to do this. It already knows how. You just have to start giving it better instructions.
That means it’s time to identify the negative self talk, insecurities, and limiting beliefs that are working against you.
You don’t need me or anyone else to fix you. This is your life story and I’m strictly here in a supporting role. I can’t guarantee that my products and services will help you to live your best life or free you from the emotional challenges that are a natural part of living.
What I offer you is a way to restore trust and confidence in your natural ability to adapt and overcome whatever life throws at you. Develop the skills to:
Free yourself from the limitations people project onto you.
Identify the self talk that creates limitations in your life.
Stop people pleasing & social comparison with others.
Create powerful instructions to rewire your brain.
Let go of the insecurity driven need to control.
Learn to manage your emotional GPS.
Re-discover your self worth.
Become more self-aware.
Inspire change in others.
Heal old emotional pain.
Speak with confidence.
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