Relationship, Marriage and Partnership Coaching and Facilitation
in Central London, Brighton and Hove

About Us #01

Linda and Uwe Hirschberg


We have more than 25 years experience with individuals and couples. We work with couples who want to deepen their relationship, improving communication skills and Intimacy. Linda and Uwe specialise in working with couples who run a business together and maybe there are difficulties to find a work/Life balance, or or you may have run into a crisis with each other.

In cases like this we will visit on site and spend a couple of days or so help you communicate better, or develop more of the emotional intelligence to work swiftly through the issues, rather than just a weekly meeting.





Uwe: (To be filled in soon!)


Linda:
I have lived abroad for much of my life, in Greece, France, Naples and Siena, in Italy. I speak rusty French and fluent Italian. I have lived on a Greek Island, and also the Island of Capri in the Bay of Naples, where I gave birth to my two children.
I am now based in the South of England, by the sea, in Brighton, which I enjoy for its very colourful and alternative lifestyle. And healthy gluten and dairy free food in many of the cafes!
I work from Being Alive in Brighton, and Maida Vale, Central London. I run a therapy and Relationship Coaching centre for individuals, couples and groups, developing emotional intelligence and self esteem, with my partner, Uwe. Workshops and sessions are also flexible and bespoke.

Some skills Linda and Uwe use:

Hypnosis
Creative Visualisation
NLP
Time Line Regression
EFT and Tapping solutions
Applied Kinesiology
Nutrition
Sound Healing
Process Oriented Psychology (Dr Arnie Mindell)
Archetype work (Caroline Myss)
Resonance Therapy
Sub Personality and Shadow Integration
Flower Essence Soul States
Mindfulness




"We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give"


BA (hons), dip Couns, Cert. Process Oriented Psychology, MFHT, MBACP

Member International Coaching Federation CCPC

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