Would you like to feel calmer, recover faster and feel yourself again?
Imagine waking up in the morning, quietly drinking your first cup of the day and as you check in with your body, you realise that you feel amazing. You feel healthy, energetic and ready to grab life once again.
But that is not the reality right now is it.
In reality you are anxious about how you will cope, or worried about something that you have been trying bravely to ignore.
I understand how you feel. This is what I hear from my clients all of the time and you too, feel like you will never move past this problem.
Would you like me to show you how you can get back your health and vitality?
Surgery is more than a physical procedure. There are emotional and psychological aspects that play important roles in preparing for, undergoing and recovering from both ‘minor’ or ‘major’ surgeries.
Most people will experience some level of stress in the weeks, days, and hours leading up to their procedure. Often the feelings of worry and anxiety can build as the day of surgery approaches.
Every patient has unique needs.
Some of the more common concerns include:
If you feel anxious or worried about your surgery, or you are experiencing trauma after your surgery, coaching is for you.
Many of us lead busy lives and need or want to return to our work and family as soon as possible. If you are well prepared for it, the opportunities for rapid recovery are greatly enhanced.
Because surgical procedures can affect our lives in many ways, healing is more than simply a physical process. In fact, faster physical healing is supported when your emotional and psychological needs are met.
Surgical coaching can help you recover faster by giving you the tools you need to:
Faster than expected healing and recovery
Find the steps or strategies you need to get you through with confidence
Emotionally process the event itself with post-surgical coaching
Deal with a sense of loss or change of identity, which can happen unexpectedly
Identify new limitations and find the assistance you need
Along the way find processes that help you heal and that you will be able to use ongoing in other places in your life.
Discover techniques that you can apply to other situations as you transform your life.
I can guarantee that being coached up to, for during the procedure and after the surgery, you will feel more confident in yourself responding in just the right way, being able to help yourself, knowing what the right thing is to do – things that have been proven and result in:
Shorter hospital stays
Lower anxiety and stress
Greater comfort, less pain and need for medication
Faster incision healing
Lower incidence of hospital infection
Feel better faster – a better overall result
Less ongoing expenses to your pocket
Your surgery coach
I coach clients to a place of control in how they approach and journey through an operation.
Attaching experience as a pharmacist and further coaching skills, I coach my clients to a place of control in how they approach and journey through an operation.
With my extensive experience coaching in the medical arena, I help you achieve a state of calm with emotional and mental clarity so that you are ready for a smooth operation and rapid recovery.
Maybe a fear or phobia is troubling you, maybe lack of time available to take to recover, or anything that may be causing anxiety or overwhelm, fear or foreboding which all contribute to stress and hinders healing and recovery.
My goal is to help you feel empowered and ready for your surgical experience to become an active member of your healing team!
Paula is patient, calm, and in the right moments, really quite funny. She was clear and succinct and made me feel super comfortable and safe. LD.
The fear of losing my mind was huge. Wow - I left feeling like a weight was lifted. It feels amazing! I am so relieved and enormously grateful for this gift. PR.
I was able to use Paula’s steps to reduce my pain and even felt that I was healing the wounds from the inside. I have so much more control and comfort. LK.
Multiple studies involving thousands of patients confirm that relatively simple behavioural interventions prior to surgery can demonstrably improve postoperative outcomes in such measures as reduced need for pain medication, shorter hospital stays, less blood loss, and fewer surgical complications.