The Thrive™ Programme
Price is £800 for the complete programme
Call 01223 300 222 for a free consultation
Thrive is a psychological training programme that teaches you to understand how your mind works – why you think, feel and behave in the way you do. In addition to this knowledge you will also learn to develop the skills, strategies and techniques you need to bring about meaningful and lasting change, to overcome the barriers that are holding you back and stopping you from fulfilling your full potential and living the life you want and truly deserve.
The Thrive programme will teach you to live a happy, healthy and successful life – it quite literally teaches you to THRIVE!
Through following the Thrive programme you will learn to develop three core psychological strengths:
- Control over your thoughts, feelings and behaviour;
- High self-esteem;
- Low social anxiety.
Developing these three core psychological strengths will enable you to build your confidence, boost your self-belief, and give you the optimism, self-awareness and resilience you need to achieve your goals and aspirations.
The Thrive programme is an excellent choice for those looking to overcome not only phobias, stress, anxiety, & low mood but symptoms such as negative thinking, self-esteem and confidence issues, insomnia, weight-management, anger management, obsessional thoughts and behaviours, eating disorders, alcohol and substance abuse. However, should you need help in dealing with a bereavement, a recent trauma or a traumatic experience from the past then you may wish to consider a therapeutic process called Cognitive Processing and Integration. Either way, why not contact James for a FREE Initial Consultation during which he can discuss with you your specific needs and concerns and the best course of action for you.
How can I make a booking?
Call Salus Wellness now for a free initial consultation, 01223 300 222.
Where is your Cambridge Thrive™ Programme Clinic?
The clinic is based within Salus Wellness at 47 Norfolk Street, about 5 minutes walk from the Grafton centre.