Hello and welcome. I’m Matt Young a certified practitioner of Hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and Life Coaching. I am a senior member of the Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists Register (ACCPH) and comply with their code of conduct and quality charter.
I have always been passionate about working with people and in my over 20 years’ experience in the corporate world, much of it in Leadership roles, I developed a passion for supporting and coaching others, helping them to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.
In 2014 I experienced my own challenges that a took a huge toll on my emotional and mental health. I realised that I had to act, and I began to educate myself in personal coaching and personal development. In 2016 I made a significant and exciting career change that led me on a new, challenging yet rewarding journey. The learning curve was huge and it helped set me on a new path that ultimately led to the founding of Matt Young Coaching.
Mindset plays a huge role in how we approach each day: How much energy we have, how we feel and how we approach tasks, opportunities and challenges. For us to have a positive mindset, it’s essential that we recognise the balance between our mental and physical health – we cannot have one without the other. To achieve all that we are capable of, to enjoy clarity and focus and a solid foundation of mental health, it’s essential to recognise that exercise, diet and sleep all play an important role in our overall mental and physical wellbeing.
My accredited coaching qualifications, combined with my personal experience of stress, depression, anxiety and personal development mean I can empathise with my clients and use this combination of skill and personal experience to develop bespoke programmes for each clients, ensuring they achieve their full potential.
Ultimately, we all live our lives through our thoughts – we all see the world differently to the person next to us. By understanding and recognising this, we can take control of our own lives, setting and achieving our goals and recognising that our thoughts generate our feelings and that therefore we are ultimately in control of our own experience.
When we feel physically healthy, positive, and open minded, we are free to try new things, take on new opportunities and overcome adversity, ultimately achieving our goals in life.
Helping clients overcome their challenges and achieve their goals and seeing them flourish with a newfound sense of wellbeing and purpose is what drives me to do what I do.
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