The Change Model

Are you seeking to make a meaningful change in your life but feel stuck?

Have you tried different therapies without getting the results you want?

Do you feel frustrated in your attempts to realize your dreams or to live the life you want to live?

We are all as limited or as free as we believe ourselves to be.  Yes, it really is that simple!

Whatever it is you are seeking to change, to heal from, to create in your life there is a simple but profound process that will set you on the path to achieving your goals and living out your own heart’s desires.

The best part is that you do not have to spend years of your life and tons of money to free yourself from whatever is holding you back.

Once you have learned the self-healing techniques offered to you here, you will have all of the tools and skills you need to realize and live out your full potential.

Change is a process that happens in stages.  Each of us is unique and so we enter into and go through the process in our own way.

The stage model of change (Dr. James O. Prochaska and Dr. Carlo C. DiClement, 1982) provides us with a map for how the change process works.

Basically there are five stages that any of us who have been through a change process can easily recognize.

  1. Pre-Contemplation: This simply means that we don’t yet believe or see that there’s anything to change.  Someone might point a problem out to us, but we deny it’s there or explain it away.
  2. Contemplation: Now we are seriously thinking about the possibility of addressing our problem, but we are still uncertain and may feel anxious about moving out of our comfort zone. “The Yes, but.”
  3. Preparation: This is the point where we have decided to take action.  We commit to change and make a plan that works for us.
  4. Action: At this point we are engaged in transforming ourselves.  We have claimed ownership of our process and are doing what we need to do to achieve our goal(s).
  5. Termination: Now that we have made the change we wanted to make, we are free to move forward knowing that we have the tools and skills we need to maintain the positive gains we have made.

The process may not always be so smooth, but we learn as we go, and we continue to gain new understandings and skills so that we ultimately succeed in achieving our aims.

I work with people to help them to identify and dismantle the subconscious, limiting beliefs that hold them back from living the life that they desire.

We often experience ourselves as victims of fate or family legacies, but once we free ourselves of those negative core beliefs that are holding us back, we can then become powerful agents of our own divine potential.