‘Put’s that Self Doubt to bed’

Earlier this year we worked with an amazing individual (A) through our Life After Gambling Programme*.

Session 3 of the programme is about Beliefs, how they are formed and the influence they have on our thoughts, feelings and behaviours. We also talk about Limiting Beliefs, how you identify them and how they can safely be challenged and in time changed (if necessary).

A identified that he had found a belief that he felt was holding him back. Holding him back not just in his recovery but in life. Without going into too much detail he said he had identified a limiting belief around Self Doubt and it was holding him back from things, especially going to college.

We talked about this in the remaining sessions and he continued to work on this, now he had brought awareness and understanding to it.

Four months later, we received a message from A ‘Put’s that Self Doubt to bed’ and this picture.

‘Thanks Steve for helping me to understand my values and beliefs, as this played a huge part in getting me through my first course’

I’m so pleased that A was able to bring awareness to and challenge the belief that was holding him back! As you can see he has absolutely smashed his course!

He wanted me us share this:

‘Reframe Coaching helped me so much to understand my beliefs and values. By bringing awareness to these and giving me support to help challenge these I have been able to get through some tough moments that before I don’t think I would have been able to. Big thanks to Reframe Coaching for this, I am forever grateful’

We are currently seeking funding/sponsorship to continue this service. If you or your organisation would like to hear more about this After Care programme please contact mail@reframe-coaching.com

*Life After Gambling (LAG) programme is a 6-week aftercare coaching programme, working with individuals on a one-to-one basis, who are either in recovery or have been affected by their loved one’s Gambling.

The LAG programme was externally verified last year and the stats showed it to be ‘statistically significant’ to improving an individual’s wellbeing.