Beat Your Anxiety

Level-up your life with proven strategies for reduced stress, greater resilience and more happiness

* Limited time offer due to availability

 

Feeling 'Normal'

It’s clearly been a rough few years for everyone, and life just doesn’t seem to want to slow down with the turmoil and surprises. If you are someone who suffers from anxiety, your mental health might well be facing challenges right now but it’s important to understand that you’re far from alone. 

Strange word, normal. And one that we shouldn’t bandy around too often. But, in fact, it’s quite ‘normal’ to be feeling anxious. According to the UK Mental Health Foundation, approximately 8m adults in the UK currently suffer from some form of anxiety condition. While this includes panic, phobias, PTSD and OCD, more than 30% of sufferers fall into a category of generalised anxiety. 

The point is, if there’s such a thing as normal, then it’s perfectly normal to be feeling anxious.

What is Anxiety?

Overwhelming Thoughts

When you strip it back, anxiety is an ongoing feeling of fear or uneasiness that tends to develop when moments of stress last longer than they should. Anxiety hits most when negative thoughts and beliefs start to take precedence over more balanced thinking until things become overwhelming.

A Failure of Logic

What’s so destructive about anxiety is that it shuts down access to the logical and creative parts of your brain which reduces your ability to experience joy and see things clearly. When it’s in full flow, it can lead to depression (which impacts your happiness), low confidence and self-esteem (which fuels your anxieties even further) and then a whole variety of other negative emotions such as anger, fear, envy, frustration and even hatred which themselves also create more feelings of insecurity.

If it’s not addressed, anxiety really does become a vicious cycle.

How we can address the problem

Hi, I’m Sarah and, for ten years, I have been helping people from all over the world to understand themselves, develop their confidence and build resilience in a tough and changing world.

If you suffer from anxiety, you’ll understand that heightened anxiety can stop you doing what you want to do and being who you want to be. As an experienced life coach, I’ve worked with clients all around the world to help them make sense of what they are going through and find their own, personal inner strength to take charge of their situation. My role as a coach is to help you better manage the challenges that come your way so you can face life with much greater confidence.

Here's what we'll focus on

It’s not so easy to stop anxieties bubbling up. What matters is the way you bring your personal resources into play to effectively deal with your anxieties. As part of the Inspire Anxiety Resources and Resilience programme, we focus on developing 10 key behavioural approaches that builds resilience so that you can live the life you want to live.

Mindset

Develop the mental strength that shows you can cope with anything life throws at you.

Intent

Learn how to convert negative, limiting beliefs into positive thoughts and actions.  

Purpose

Recognise your unique purpose in life and understand what you are striving for.

Perspective

Tap into a belief system that gives you greater clarity and more relaxed perspectives.

Emotion

Take back control of your emotional and mental states to live with less stress. 

Happiness

Understand what it is and what it isn’t that actually makes you happy.

Feedback

Silence the inner-critic that is always there nibbling away at your confidence.

Responsibility

Develop the skills that enable you to say YES when it’s appropriate and NO when it isn’t.

Release

Be comfortable in being able to forgive yourself and other people when things don’t go to plan.

Habit

Learn how to break the cycle of negative habits which hold you back and make you sad.

Free Resources

TWO Simple Things You Can Do TODAY

1) Book in for a FREE 60 minute coaching session

For a limited period of time and dependent on availability, I am offering new clients a FREE 60 minute call. This will give us an opportunity to understand what’s behind your anxiety and determine whether coaching is a suitable option for helping you adopt a more relaxed and resilient approach to life. 

Online and In-person slots both currently available.
In-person sessions are in Rayleigh, Essex by appointment only.

2) Access our FREE Anxiety resources

Sign-up for the Inspire Newsletter and I’ll give you access to Seven FREE Videos that will help you take basic steps today that are scientifically proven to lessen the impact of anxiety.

  • How to abandon your inner critic
  • How to use breathing to reduce anxiety
  • How to make changes
  • How to cut down on triggers
  • How to use motion to change emotion
  • How to leverage positivity
  • How to find extra help

What my clients say

"I can't believe how far I've come."

"Thank you so much for everything you have done for me this year. When I started my coaching in January, I was completely lost. I lacked confidence and just didn't know what path was for me. When I look back, I can't believe how far I've come and this is just the beginning. So thank you Sarah for freeing me of doubt, insecurity and negativity. Thank you for giving me the courage to pursue my dreams." 
Jessica McAlister (UK)
Inspire Coaching Client

"I would advise anyone considering working with Sarah to not think twice. She will help and support you."

"I came to see Sarah as I wanted help with feelings of helplessness and disappointment and I wanted to achieve success in my life. Sarah was great and very supportive. She helped me to see the positives in my perceived failures and how I could turn them into motives for success. Sarah puts you at ease and lets you tell your story without any judgment. Working with Sarah was a great experience. I would advise anyone considering working with Sarah to not think twice. She will help and support you."
Rasha Fayez (Kuwait)
Inspire Coaching Client