Drawn from a deep and intimate knowledge of relationships that were effected by mental health issues Chris experienced an intensive programme of rehab as a direct result of living with a loved one that had often destructive mental health issues.
In this course he candidly explores the fundemental issues that can face a person who has a relationship with another who has a mental health illness and in particular the often debilitating consequences of depression either as a sufferer of, amongst others, bipolar, borderline personality and obsessive compulsive disorders.
She seems to have an invisible touch …
And finally from me … a clip that I discovered on You Tube that summed up a particular relationship for me.
There is a lot of stuff out there on mental illness so beware and choose reliable sources. Mental health is no different than physical health yet the stigmas often get in the way of understanding the causes and more importantly the strategy’s that can be adopted to cope.
A qualified therapist in timeline therapy, neuro-linguistic programming & hypnotherapy Chris compliments his development and training skills as a peak performance coach too.
Currently studying psychotherapeutic counselling he is keen to add value to the study of human behaviour both from an academic and personal point of view.