Emotion Focus works with
Businesses and organisations: developing Emotional Intelligence to reduce stress and increase resilience, well-being and productivity across the workforce
Teachers and staff in early years education: enabling schools to becoming ACE Aware, Attachment Wise and Trauma Informed to identify and respond to stress behaviours
Health and social care professionals: cascading the research around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma Responsive approaches to working with adults and children
Couples and families: strengthening relationships by building a sense of partnership, trust and safe, close connection
At Emotion Focus there’s nothing we like more than to help people thrive and feel good about themselves, their situation and relationships. We like to help businesses and organisations too – to feel good and prosper.
We’re dedicated professionals who provide education about emotion and feelings and how they impact on our daily lives. We’re so committed to seeing success that all our workshops support participants in ‘reflection on action’, the hallmark of experiential learning in its purest form.
A distinctive feature of our coaching services is the focus on emotion. We help people reduce their susceptibility to stress-related illness and mental ill-health. Emotion Focus promotes well-being by increasing resilience to pressure, stress and challenge.
Leadership, Executive and Life Coaching all provide breakthrough thinking, but coaching with Emotion Focus enables understanding of the interlink between emotion, thought and action; that’s why it’s so much more powerful and effective in creating change that lasts.
Emotion Focus makes sense.
of adults report feeling stressed at work even though 95% of employers believe workforce health is important to success. Emotion Focus training can help.
of employees suffering from stress, anxiety or depression report ‘presenteeism’ i.e. working when unwell. Emotion Focus increases resilience, well-being and productivity
of adults in a GP surgery practice think it is important that their health professionals understand Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
of partners report occasional quarrelling and 18% of married or cohabiting couples live in "distressed" relationships: Emotionally Focused Therapy is effective in resolving relationship distress
News and Events
The movement to create ACE Awareness is rapidly gaining momentum across the UK: Toxic Stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) affect learning and development, and can be linked to destructive behaviours and medical diseases, as well as emotional problems and...
When I first saw this documentary a few months ago I pledged to bring the film ‘Resilience’ to Manchester and Warrington. As a psychotherapist in private practice locally I am well aware of the long term emotional, behavioural and mental health problems that emanate...