A Fresh Perspective
You don't have to work so hard to feel good
You don't have to work
so hard to feel good
When did ‘well-being’ become ‘well-doing’?
We're drowning in advice about what we need to do to look after our wellbeing, but who has time for that?
What if… there was a way to experience peace of mind, clarity, self-compassion, security and gratitude that didn't involve rituals, tools, practices or prescriptions? Something new to see, that took things off your plate and lightened the load?
The Fresh Perspective On Wellbeing online course is a four-step process to achieving exactly that in a way that's effortless, light-hearted and long-lasting.
The IMPLICATIONS of this course
- Feeling more at ease – things just “make sense”
- No longer will you be at the mercy of moods
- Regrets about the past and worries about the future take on an entirely different perspective
- Relief from long-standing habits
- Feelings of self-confidence & resilience naturally surface
- Relationships become easier as connection, communication and understanding really flourish
- Mental health improves drastically; unhelpful labels are shedded and episodes are feared less
- Emotions previously avoided are much easier to process.
- Relief from the buzzy mind that keeps you awake at night.
“Giles explained the content with great clarity and precision, and all possible questions were addressed. Realising how all psychological experience is being created, brings you back to a calm state of mind. This course was exactly what I needed – it is the clearest explanation of well being out there!”
British Columbia, Canada
“Giles helped me to see that I was in my head instead of in life – sooooo helpful! The more I see, the more content I feel. Thank you Giles, for helping me to look in a new direction.”
New York, US
- 4 self-paced online learning modules
- 28 insight-provoking lessons that give you an entirely fresh perspective on areas of life such as:
- Health and illness
- Habits and behaviours
- Feelings and emotions
- Negative thinking and worry
- Bereavement and death
- Relationships and forgiveness
- Mental Health
- Ego and true identity
- Creativity and productivity
- The option to get your questions answered by me in the comments
- Additional audio content to explore and links to helpful resources
Dr Giles P Croft is a psychology graduate and former NHS surgeon who stepped aside from clinical practice for a decade to explore a number of career paths, including health informatics, cycling journalism, public speaking and high street retail with his wife.
He is now back in the healing profession, tackling the root cause of chronic mental stress and its many harmful effects by helping clients reconnect to their natural, inbuilt state of health and happiness, without the need for prescriptions, coping strategies, or time consuming self-care practices.
He runs a heart-centered coaching practice and lives in the Brecon Beacons National Park with his wife and 9 year old daughter.