Coaching at Tattenhall Physiotherapy and Wellbeing
What would you do if you had more confidence, more motivation, more focus, more direction, more clarity, more time?
The Life Psych provides a personal coaching service that helps you break free from your self-limiting beliefs, take control of your life and improve your performance and/or your wellbeing.
Is this for me?
Ask yourself if you:
Are recovering from poor health and are worried about how to move forward?
Struggle with motivation for changing your diet?
Often feel you can’t find the time for exercise even though you know you should?
Have difficulty with sleeping because you’re stressed at work?
Feel stuck in a rut and unsure of which life-path to take?
Feel overwhelmed with the hurdles that life presents you?
Lack confidence in your ability to succeed?
Know what you want to achieve but always seem to fall short of your goal?
If you answer yes to questions like these then coaching can help you get your life on track.
Dr Anthony Whalley, Chartered Psychologist
Anthony is the Practice Manager for both Farndon Physiotherapy and Tattenhall Physiotherapy & Wellbeing. He is also our resident Coach and Mentor. His approach to life-coaching draws on the robust science and theories of language, memory and cognition that influence the psychological mechanisms of human functioning. Anthony's coaching helps you enhance your learning, develop your skill sets, improve your performance, and positively impact your personal health and wellbeing.
Anthony studied Psychology at the University of Chester, graduated with a first class BSc Hons degree and was a valedictorian of his year. He went on to complete his PhD in Psychology and also worked in mental health care for the NHS. He is a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol). Within the BPS he is a Full member of the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology (DSEP) and also a member of the Division of Coaching Psychology (DoCP). He also holds an Advanced Certificate in Life-Coaching (Ad.Cert.CNS) endorsed by the National Counselling Society and is a UK Athletics accredited running coach (LiRF). You can find out more at thelifepsych.co.uk
How does it work
A good coach creates a safe, non-judgmental space in which you can explore your current life situation and learn how to make changes or improvements to achieve desired goals.
Coaching psychology employs established evidence-based techniques that help you understand thoughts, feelings, memories and physical sensations that can influence our behaviours and beliefs about ourselves.
You can learn a whole range of skills that help you to, navigate through times when you feel stuck and unable to achieve your goals, improve your self-confidence, increase your ability to operate under pressure and improve your motivation.
Sessions also help you identify and explore the things in life that really matter to you on a fundamental and personal level, because the scientific evidence shows that living your life in the service of your personal values impacts on your quality of life.
You will also gain an understanding of how we think as individuals. This, together with your personal package of skills and strategies empower you to maximise your potential and improve your personal well-being through mindful values-based living.
Here are some examples of sessions designed to tackle everyday life issues.
Treatment costs and Payment options
Costs depend broadly on the type of coaching session. Individual face to face sessions lasting one hour, start from as little as £45. Coaching is based on you as an individual, so there is no set number of sessions.
Packages can include face to face meetings, text message or email support in between meetings and homework tasks, group-based workshops and presentations.