Transformational mind coach

Transformational mind coach

 
 

A Path to a Better Self

1:1 Coaching

Taking time out of your busy schedule, exploring your inner thinking, unhelpful habits and conflict in your life, either personal or business.

Look at what is holding you back, what your barriers and challenges are and come up with personalised strategies to be the best version of yourself. Self development means becoming aware of your own patterns.

Employee Engagement

Team Development

The best leaders recognise the value in engaging with their employees.

A combination of 1:1 coaching for Managers and Leaders, with unique, experiential Learning and Development sessions support teams to improve on communication skills. Productivity, creativity and happiness are a bi-product.

A Path Travelled

Are you hard on yourself and feel like something is holding you back?

Embark on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment with Alison, in this her first published book.

Drawing on training and expertise as a mind coach, along with her own personal experiences, Alison describes how our own minds work, how we are influenced by others and gives a reason why things often turn out in a certain way.

A must-read for those who want to learn new ways to happiness and fulfilment.

Available in paperback and e-book.

About Alison

About Alison

I set up 2minds 10 years ago, having worked in the NHS for 25 years. I offer an engaging and transformational approach.

I believe my combined training of Coach, Counsellor, CBT therapist and Master Practitioner in NLP, gives a unique approach helping individuals and businesses to be their best.

In the NHS my roles included supporting people who had suffered domestic abuse and drugs and alcohol addictions. I also have gained extensive experience in public health, managing projects for young people, and latterly as a lead for safeguarding.

Blog

The huge task of managing your emotions

Managing our emotions has never been more difficult in this current situation. The emotional part of the mind will be challenged every day with the uncertainty and pressure we are all under. Check out this article if you want to understand how to manage your emotions better.

Listen to my radio interview about A Path Travelled

I chat with Steve Evans on Radio Clatterbridge about my book A Path Travelled and the journey behind it.

How social media poses a serious risk to our mental health

Thanks to the rise of social media people across the world are more connected than we have ever been in the history of civilisation. However, our reliance on social media can have a detrimental effect on our mental health.

Mind Games at Clatterbridge Radio

Listen in to my interview with Phil Rostance at Radio Clatterbridge. We talked about all sorts of behaviours of the mind and situations we all experience day to day.

Feeling overwhelmed

How do you manage yourself when you feel overwhelmed. Most people think they just have to push harder. Read more for the better option

Published Articles

Wirral Mind coach explores the current issues of bereavement

During the global coronavirus pandemic, there are many people who are facing the tragic loss of life and it is clear, under very difficult circumstances. Check out my published article in the Wirral Globe.

The New Normal – Adjusting to working from home

Companies around the globe have rolled out mandatory remote work. Whether you’re a newbie or WFH veteran, Alison Blackler, Mind Coach from 2minds shares some ideas that you need to do to stay productive.

Understanding why the lockdown triggers fear and anxiety

Read my article about some of the challenges we are facing and I explain the triggers for some of common fears and anxieties many of us share.

Wirral Chamber of Commerce share some advice on Coronavirus

Check out, my article along with a few others around how to manage during this unprecedented times.  #staysafe #inthistogether

Why your coronavirus fears are normal and how you can find some calm

Frightened and stressed about coronavirus? We are all in this together. These are confusing, stressful times for all of us. The coronavirus outbreak is scary and can affect our mental health.