Get help for burnout, depression and pain.
As I’ve explained elsewhere, I’m not cheap. That’s for a good reason. I want to be able to focus on those I look after. I want to spend the necessary time on them, and I want to be able to deliver what’s crucial for them to get help with – for them to end up where they want to be. I want to change people’s lives when we work together. I want to be able to focus enough on those I help rather than trying to help everyone with everything. I want to give us the chance to do the little extra something, whatever that might be.
To some degree, it’ll also be the other way around. Those who pay for help are far more eager to apply the support they get. The cards are on the table. We’re doing this. All in!
Those who want the whole deal – or just a little something – but don’t show up, don’t do their homework, or don’t dig into the reading they’re asked to do often don’t find it worth its price.
Those who do, and change their entire lives, are more likely to find it worthwhile. I’ve got people who still – years after we worked together – message me once in a while to express their gratitude and catch me up on how things are going. Those are likely not as bothered by the price they had to pay.
After working with the per-hour solution for some time, I’ve moved on to where I like looking at the problem first and coming up with an offer once I’ve got a decent enough hunch about if, where, and how I can help. If I meet people once or twice, I could keep hours in mind, but the most common solution is to charge per meeting or for a project where we meet a set amount of times per project or as much as necessary within reasonable limits with the full coaching. It has been shown to work far better for clients and their results rather than counting minutes since you’re after the solution – not a particular amount of time with me. They know the price of solving the problem and how dedicated they need to be for a set amount of time, which helps with clarity and motivation, which is essential when you’re to change habits, and routines and do hard things for days, weeks, and months.
With that said, I prefer to do the whole thing with those who’ve got an entire list of symptoms because of the triad of burnout, depression, and pain. That way, we generally get the best results. We get to know each other well, which seems to make a big difference, and we get to spend enough time together to move forward and make the changes necessary to achieve what we want.
In some cases, that’s not possible or interesting. Some don’t want that amount of help. Some can’t afford it. When you really want help but meeting weekly is enough, the program for weekly coaching is ideal. That works regardless of if you need help with stress, depression and/or pain – or to get help with physical aspects where we meet up in person for twelve weeks.
Coaching to get rid of anxiety
This is the package for you if you want help with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anxiety.
Personal training, rehab, and physical aspects.
This is the solution if you want to meet up here and there rather than doing it in a continuous project to get help with personal training or rehab.
In some cases, personal economy sets the limit. Sometimes you’ve got to look at the budget and do what you can with what you’ve got. That’s reasonable. You can’t always buy the house or the car you dream of. You might have to get the one you can get. In these cases, when we look at health, we can’t really change the underlying problem, however. We could change how much responsibility you get yourself, but the solution to get to where you need to go is likely more or less the same.
Sometimes, you don’t know what you want before talking to someone. That’s part of the reason why I often discuss these things with people before we go through with any transaction. If you’re curious, get to the contact page to have a chat!
Do it yourself
Doing things yourself works for some – and some need more help. If you need more help, reaching out to me to get that hands-on help could be helpful.
The point of this section is for you to solve a problem or get better, but far cheaper than if you had to meet a therapist.
If you prefer to do it yourself and you’re bothered by burnout, depression and/or long-term pain, I highly recommend The Book.
The book is there to teach you how to treat your stress and burnout, depression, and long-term pain problems yourself without having to go through me. This is only a part of what I do with my coaching clients, but I’ve tried to pick out the bits I hope will make the biggest impact on most people.
Writing something decent enough is tricky, but here you’re getting a PDF with close to 50 chapters in almost 400 pages. That’s 112000 words and 632000+ characters that ought to give you some food for thought. Following all of it could likely change lives.
You’ll find more about the book by clicking the product below, and there might be some further information if you visit mbdolor.com/book
Get rid of anxiety on your terms.
When you get this package, you’ll get the same information I use with clients. You’re getting access to the notes I use myself rather than a static document like a book, so it might very well evolve over time to get even better. In this, my ambition is to give you enough insight into how we treat anxiety to teach you to treat it all yourself. That means you’ll be able to progress as fast or as slowly as you prefer – and you’ll be able to treat several things. You’re not stuck with the solution to one single trouble.