A step-by-step guide of understanding the overachiever spiral and a stress reducing method for getting yourself out. You can come back to this workbook over and over again for relief whenever you're feeling overwhelmed.
I have taken my support group model and turned it into this workshop. I believe a safe and gentle environment to do this work is so important. You will get access to that group support model and be working through the steps live with me. The work we do in this session will grow with you in the months to come.
what you will learn
A daily journal exercise & breathing technique you can use to help keep you on track.
How to find clarity in the mess & why accessing curiosity is the way out.
About the deeper meaning of the spiral, where you're getting stuck & what it's telling you.
After this workshop you’ll walk away with three tools to help you step out of the cycle:
By the time a client is sitting in my office for their first therapy session I know that A LOT of painful events have led to this moment.
Whether hiring a speaker, or therapist, the act of dedicating to processing our feelings is radical.
CONNECT WITH DANIELLE
If this sounds like you (or members of your team) you're not alone. I created this workshop with this exact person in mind, and this process is going to be a gentle one. We’re not starting gently because they can’t handle the hard stuff. We’re starting gently because they’re already living the hard stuff. Gentle is what we need. Not a shovel to go digging, but a soft, plush, cozy blanket on an overstuffed sofa talking to someone that cares.
Struggling to know where to begin
Feeling lost and exhausted
Feeling stuck and alone
Wanting to feel less confused
I am Danielle Ireland, licensed therapist, former actor and ballroom dance instructor. My journey from performer to therapist wasn’t a clearly defined path, but rather a sweaty, awkward, and exhilarating process of step, stumble, fear, learn, repeat.
With thousands of hours of training, education, my own learnings, and hours working with clients the number one most common answer to “What brings you into therapy?” is some variation of: