As a health psychologist I have tools and tips to help you get on track, stay on track, and maintain healthier behaviours when you get back to real life. By learning about our behaviours and doing the internal work we really begin to understand what goes wrong and why it goes wrong. You can then integrate into your life personalised strategies to keep you on track, incorporating whatever change you desire:
From reducing the amount of coffee you drink, or the food you eat or maintaining an exercise regime.
Developing together a personalised stress reduction strategy which can be accessed anywhere.
These tools help develop psychological resilience, so that when crisis strikes we have the equipment ready.