Blog Archives

by Gayle Joubert and Contributing Authors

Confidence and Self-Esteem

I can help you to feel better about yourself!

Coaching, Hypnotherapy, EFT and counselling really can help tremendously with building self-confidence and facing the world with self-assurance and a sense of joy.

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Anxiety, Fears, Phobias and Panic Attacks

You may be surprised to find that anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) are more common than you think amongst the general population. I am a specialist in Anxiety and OCD disorders, and would be delighted to help you, as I have helped many others!

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Eckhart Tolle in the Digital Age

This is Eckhart Tolle in 2014! It’s funny and warm – but the message remains and I’m sure it will resonate with you!

10 Rules for Attracting the Perfect Partner

Are you wondering what you are doing wrong? Do you feel like you will never meet the right partner? Or do you constantly attract the ‘wrong’ type of partner? Here are ten fundamental ‘rules’ (and one extra take-it-or-leave-it rule) for attracting the person you really want into your life!

Coping with Stress

Mindfulness has been proved The practice of Mindfulness and Meditation actively changes patterns in the brain and enables you to be more in control of your life in general. It is a proven technique to help with anxiety, stress, panic and even OCD!

Self Development Workshops

One Year Self Development course for individuals and practitioners. Woking and Guildford, Surrey. Full Course Outline, small group, highly recommended. Testimonials.

Tips For Healing Your Life


What are the most important things to do in order to experience healing in all areas of your life?

When you are trying really hard to help yourself, how do you know you are doing the right things? 

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Overcoming Self-doubt and Fear of Criticism

What others think

Is it important what other people think of you?

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Panic Attacks – what is a panic attack?


A panic attack, broadly speaking, is when you have an intense fear and all the symptoms of being in extreme danger, when no such danger actually exists.

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The procrastinator is often remarkably optimistic about his ability to complete a task on a tight deadline; this is usually accompanied by expressions of reassurance that everything is under control!

Take, for example, the student who estimates that a paper will take only five days to write;

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