Frequently Asked Questions

The most commonly asked questions about my services, how I work, and how to get to the area you are looking for.
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I offer three types of 1-1 sessions:

* Individual session - Online or in Cornwall. Single 40/90 minute sessions.
* Subscription - 1, 2, or 3 x 1 hour sessions/month. Recurring monthly subscription until cancelled.
* Programme - A block of 6 x 1 hour sessions. Email support. Plus free bonus resources. 1, 3, or 6 month options.

The main way that I work with people is through the use of a monthly subscription. This allows you to choose to have either 1, 2, or 3 sessions regularly each month, for as long as needed. I request that people join for three sessions, as this is the minimum number you are likely to need to get results.

When you join, we will go through your intended plan of action in your first session, so that we are both working towards the same goals, and time period. The subscription can be used for personal wellbeing, or professional mentorship.

The Evolving Health subscription is suited for people who are either not sure how many sessions they will need, or who want to have long-term wellbeing support. Access to the online library is also included as a free bonus for all subscribers, to support your progress.

Just so you know, the three session option is mainly used when you want a month of intensive or short-term support, and then cancel/change your plan before it renews. However, most people have either one or two regular sessions each month.

You can cancel your subscription anytime from inside your online account, and it will stop at the end of your current billing cycle. 

This programme contains a block of 6 x 1 hour sessions, held over 1, 3 , or 6 months. It can be used for any of the four pillars of health. It works best for people who want to focus on a specific topic, life change, or wellbeing intervention, over a set period of time.

The Mind-Body Health programme also contain a number of additional support resources.  These include 3 months of email support, a bundle of worksheets, and a collection of 70 x mindful movement (yoga-based) videos to support your wellbeing.

This programme can be used for any aspect of personal wellbeing support.

I mostly work with people who have ongoing health challenges, or who are seeking to make significant changes in their life. These things take time, and so it makes more sense to have a series of sessions, as this will get you the best results, and helps to keep the momentum going for making these significant changes.

Whilst I do understand that it is part of human nature to actively seek out support only when things get really painful for us, this unfortunately often keeps many people stuck in an unhealthy loop of pain-relief-relapse.

It is so much better to be proactive, and to take more control over your own health and wellbeing. This usually involves prioritising your own self-care, and committing at least one hour a month to this process. So, this is why I have a preference for working in a series of sessions.

I offer both in-person and online consultations. All my appointments are booked 48 hours in advance.  Sessions are reserved through my automated booking system on my website, and are paid for at the time of booking.

For in-person sessions: I book the therapy centre room as soon as I get your reservation. I will always send you a confirmation email before our appointment so please watch out for this. In the event that we encounter a booking problem, I'll let you know by email, and we may have to reschedule. However, most of the time, this process is usually straightforward and I'll send you a quick confirmation email, then see you there.

For online bookings: your time slot is reserved as soon as you book. I will send you an email containing the access link for our video call. Where possible, please use a laptop/computer for our session, and try to be somewhere quiet where we will be undisturbed.

I'm not a big fan of session times being dictated primarily by the clock, especially when it comes to coaching sessions.  I prefer to take a more natural approach, and to focus primarily on dealing with the issue you have come to see me for, not the amount of minutes which have passed.

For my in-person consultations I have to book the therapy centre room, and I must stick to the set period of time which we have allocated, so I have to be very strict with timings.

However, for online calls, I usually schedule an extra 10-15 minutes, so that we are not having to rush our session. This allows us to keep talking for as long as needed, without getting cut off by the clock. Please keep this in mind for your diary, and should you need to keep strictly to the time limit, let me know, so that I can also respect your time.

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