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S.T.I.L.L Scotland: Anxiety Coaching - Complete S.T.I.L.L Method Course

S.T.I.L.L Scotland: Anxiety Coaching - Complete S.T.I.L.L Method Course

I can be that person.

“The power of that one strong adult relationship is a key ingredient in resilience — a positive, adaptive response in the face of significant adversity” — National Scientific Council.

This is not counselling or therapy (or intending to undermine such valuable support.)

It is a proactive, systematic and structured method comprised of five key elements.

Stop-Talk-Imagine-Listen-Learn.

The S.T.I.L.L Method helps to support young people, teens, adults, parents/guardians and professionals grow in confidence, control overwhelming emotions, overcome fear, build happiness and use tools that, once learned, can last a lifetime.

Each element of The S.T.I.L.L Method incorporates tools from a range of disciplines: Neuro Linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, positive psychology, coaching and personal development.

By using our programme’s simple, accessible and easy to remember techniques healthy well-being conversations will be initiated and a reliable support created. It might be the stepping stone you need.

Protecting Vulnerable Group (PVG) checked and fully insured.

 6 x 1hr sessions online
 A Mind Hack Journal to monitor progress
 5 x Downloadable Take-Aways to stay on track
 Ongoing personalised support

£120 (usually £240)

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www.stillscotland.co.uk

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