Below are just some of the experiences and journey’s my clients have gone on. To discuss the first step in your own, please get in touch for a free 30 minute chat.
“I’d been on a high dose of anti-depressants for about 10 years when I met Caroline. I was doing ok on the surface: I had a home, my own gardening business and was married. I’d spent hundred of pounds on Hypnosis, Counselling and Psychotherapy. I’d read a library of books, become a Yoga Teacher and practised mediation regularly. Yet still I lived in survival mode.”
“Prior to working with Caroline my main challenges were anger, irritability, and low tolerance levels in the workplace. Increasing managerial work responsibilities, bereavement, health issues and moving my life to Exeter had all left me feeling frustrated, low and mentally exhausted.”
“I felt angry, guilty and fearful about things prior to seeing Caroline. I still have the memory of the issues, but they no longer have the emotional charge they had before. I can now stand up for myself, keep calm and stop thinking of bad stuff and focus on what I want instead. I feel in control now, solving my own problems and changing what I decide I want to change.”
“Having tried various forms of therapy in the past, with varying levels of success, I was looking for something unique, when I discovered Caroline. A new concept to me at the time, Emotional Freedom Technique has proven, to me, to be a dynamic therapy that deals with emotional issues in a very effective and beneficial way. “
“I had been feeling anxious about the future, dealing with grief and loss, having feelings of loneliness and inadequacy for a long time during a period of great change. I had to leave a successful career and redesign my life. When I worked with Caroline, I addressed these issues and changed the way I looked at my life.”
Vicky H's Experience
“I cannot claim to understand in depth the techniques employed by Caroline Lucas. I can only sincerely testify that they worked for me. Briefly, the sudden onset of a potentially serious illness realised my worst fears – admission to hospital and serious surgery. ‘Petrified’ would not be an over statement.”