Rapid Intervention Coaching Techniques are fast, powerful and highly effective. Using Pscho Sensory Techniques and Principles (Psy-TAP), NLP and Hypnosis; they are rapid in their application and highly effective at either totally stopping or allowing a client to get control of a negative emotion or state. Their effectiveness is underpinned by neuroscience and neurobiology.
Ostara’s Rapid Intervention Coaching uses a combination of Pscho Sensory Techniques and Principles (Psy-TAP), NLP and Hypnosis.
The tools and techniques used are designed to achieve rapid, lasting and remarkable change.
Do you have anger issues? Do you worry, ruminate and catastrophise? Do you suffer from fear, anxiety or panic attacks? Have inappropriate feelings of guilt or sadness? Do you suffer from depressive thoughts? Do you suffer from phobias and trauma? Do you suffer from stress? Do you suffer from pain?
Rapid Intervention Coaching and Techniques are particularly useful for clients who may have issues that they wish to diminish or remove but do not wish to undertake or enter into a longer-term coaching relationship. Usually, as a single session is sufficient to achieve the required outcome.
Through a ‘Kaizen’ continuous improvement philosophy and approach, the uses and benefits of Rapid Intervention Coaching are growing all the time. For example:
• Stop and control anger and rage within 1 second.
• Stop the ability to worry, ruminate and catastrophise instantly
• Control a panic attack, fear and anxiety within in seconds.
• Stop inappropriate feelings of sadness and grief instantly
• Halt depressive thoughts in seconds
• Control stress (and never be stressed again)
• Collapse and remove phobias and trauma within minutes
• Diminish or remove inappropriate physical pain in minutes
Simply contact us so we can discuss your exact coaching needs.
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