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Who Can I Help?

Whenever the question comes up ‘who can you help?’ whilst the simple answer is 'anyone really', the more nuanced answer is that, as coaching and psychotherapy are both relational, it's actually hard to fully know until we've had a few sessions together.  It's Art & Science, if you will.


Therefore, what's referred to as the alliance simply means that the relational chemistry has to be good-enough between us for coaching and therapy to be effective.  I often ask clients to trust their instincts when we first meet, as this usually forms an important foundation to build upon.


That being said, some examples of specific areas that clients generally reach out for help with, personally and professionally are (alphabetically)... 

  • Abuse (domestic/sexual/physical/emotional)

  • Anxiety (acute & chronic)

  • Bereavement/Loss

  • Covid-related problems

  • Depression/Low mood

  • Family relationship problems

  • Financial pressures

  • Helplessness and hopelessness

  • Isolation/loneliness

  • Physical health coping difficulties

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Self-harm

  • Sleep problems

  • Suicidal thoughts

  • Unresolved historical trauma

  • Work-related stress and burnout

If you identify with any of these, please do get in touch with me, so we can explore if and how I may be able to support you.

Everything is in a state of flux

including the status quo

Robert Byrne
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