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Lauren
24 January 2016

Help On A Plane!


Hi,It's Lauren you very kindly gave up your time to give me a quick session on the plane from Cuba about managing my anxiety. I just wanted to let you know how grateful I am for your help.

Since your advice and guidance I've had my moments where I've been unsettled about things, but these are only everyday, rational concerns and none have resulted in even the mildest anxiety. In over four weeks I have not had an anxiety attack, I would like to mention, in this time I have booked a flight for 12 days to see my sister in Canada, and gotten a new role at work with more responsibility....these are two things that generally cause me some of my worst attacks.

I honestly can NOT believe how much of a positive impact it has had on me over the last few weeks and could never, for a moment have had a clue just how much difference such a short intervention could change my thoughts on things.

The biggest thing about what you said, that has helped me is about trying not to picture myself in the situation. Now, when I'm getting unsettled about something and an imaging the worst I try to imagine what I'd genuinely be thinking and advising if it was somebody else telling me that same concern. For example when I explained that I get anxious if my partner doesn't let me know he has gotten to work safely I continue start to imagine all kinds of awful things happening such as him being in fatal car accident or similar, I now imagine what I'd be thinking if a friend phoned all anxious because her hubby hasn't let her know he was at work. I know I'd be certain that he'd just ended up busy with something and forgotten or his battery had run flat and this will genuinely calm me down. Previously I'd imagine me telling a friend of my irrational concern and them only replying with something which they think I want to hear. Now I trust my own advice.

I know that's not the best way to explain I hope you understand what I mean; this then leads to you explaining that my body doesn't know the
difference between reality and my brains irrational thoughts which usually then lead to physical reactions on my body such as stomach churning, heart racing and cold sweats-so if I remind myself of what I would genuinely be advising a friend then this keeps me on track.

Speaking of tracks... When you talked about the train passing through the station, I also tell myself to do this and I can't actually believe how much it helps. l now allow negative or worrying thoughts to pass through rather than letting it eat my alive. I'm now starting to believe that it all really is mind over matter,
I'm starting to think if I have had four solid weeks with virtually no anxiety, even following a few nights on the wine (which generally always, always results in massive anxiety attacks the following day), I'm back at work and my partner is also back on nights, often forgetting to text me when he gets to work and I haven't had a single 'episode' then it really is a case of 'mind over matter' and believe If I've managed for this long then why break the habit? because... ' everyday, in every way, I am getting better and better'

Claire Hodgson
Informatics Merseyside
30 December 2015

Firstly I wanted to thank you again for the course, which I can honestly say has been life changing …quite a statement I know, but I truly feel that if you can embrace the tools and techniques that Terry gives you, and apply them in your life, then it literally will change your life.

I attended the Life Coaching course through an Organisational Development Programme within work, however this course has had a huge impact on me both personally and professionally. Terry empowers you to unlock the potential within yourself, to enable you to take control of your thoughts and feelings – which to be honest, I would have thought I controlled away – but I wasn't necessarily doing it consciously. Terry helped me realise that EVERYTHING is a choice of my own, and I have the power to change what I choose to. There is a great range of skills and techniques that the course gives to you, but everyone will I guess embrace specific tools that they will prioritise to work for them, and those tools for me are modelling, self-talk, anchoring, relaxation techniques, affirmations, my beliefs and gold star days.

In addition to these techniques, understanding the ‘change curve’ had a profound impact on me, and helped me to discover that I had allowed something that had happened in my past to fundamentally influence the past 10 years of my life.

Working through the course with Terry, and in the subsequent follow up session, I was truly enlightened to see how I had let this affect me and what I could do about it… And I can say for certain that I have already made massive progress in just 3 months.

I’m excited to apply the tools I have discovered from the course more and more… after all, Every day in every way, I am better and better and better.

John Llewellyn
Informatics Merseyside. | Head of Corporate Service
11 November 2015

Informatics Merseyside
Organisational Development Programme – Performance Coaching

Over the past 18 month , Informatics Merseyside has been implementing an Organisational Development programme designed to ensure the organisation is a fit for purpose, organisation optimally positioned to deliver the expected benefits that Partner Organisations expect from an Informatics shared service. The programme has focussed on several areas of the business but a key piece of work has been to improve the health, well-being and therefore contribution of our workforce.
As part of the Programme, we have used Terry McElhinney (Body & Mind Unlimited) in a coaching capacity to work with a significant number of our staff, with hugely impressive results. Terry has worked with staff in groups, and on a one to one basis, to tackle a range of personal issues and provide tools and techniques which allow individuals to: deal with anxieties, overcome personal issues, reduce stress, achieve more satisfactorily balanced lives and ultimately be more productive in work.
The work has clearly contributed to our low sickness absence rate and good staff morale and formal evaluation is very positive with some staff reporting that the interventions have significantly changed for the better their approach and attitude to work.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Terry’s service for consideration as part of a wider approach to staff health & well-being and am happy to share any further insight or evaluation.

John Llewellyn
Head of Corporate Service
Informatics Merseyside.

Jonathan Smith
02 September 2015

I can’t thank Terry enough for the advice and guidance he has provided over the past number of weeks.
For the last 12 months I had been suffering from work based stress which sequentially impacted upon my personal life. I found it impossible to switch off from work, constantly consumed by worry, could no longer sleep and was no longer enjoying the important things in life.
I now feel completely transformed. Using practical tools and techniques Terry was able to put all of these issues into perspective and provide me with effective ways to deal with these.
I now feel less stressed in work meaning my overall performance has improved. I no longer take stress and worry home, allowing me to fully relax and make the most of my own time in the evenings – not just the weekends. These sessions have changed my life and have given me a much better appreciation for the things that actually matter.

I would highly recommend Terry to anyone.

Terry
12 August 2015

Body And Mind Unlimited-Sports Mind Coaching is very proud to be sponsoring and helping Terry Needham reach the goals and success he deserves. Great boxer, Great Lad.

David Price
16 July 2015



David Price fights for European title in final step on his road to redemption
• BY MICHEAL MCKENNA
Pricey fights undefeated German Erkan Tepur for European crown on Friday


Liverpool heavyweight David Price
For Liverpool heavyweight David Price, Friday night’s European title showdown with Erkan Tepur represents the final step on his own personal road to redemption.
The 6’ 8” former British heavyweight champion, who takes on the undefeated German in the all city of Ludwigsburg, is not looking to forget those two devastating losses to Tony Thompson in 2013, but rather learn from his past mistakes.
Following a second consecutive defeat to the American veteran – and the Lennox Lewis circus with engulfed that particular camp – the Liverpudlian quickly took stock of everything going on around him and opted to focus on fighting under a new promoter on the continent – a move which is beginning to bear fruit. And now, the 32-year-old is ready to make his return to the top table of heavyweight boxing.
“I left as someone going on the road to rebuild and to come back a champion of Europe,” said Price. “It was always my ambition to come back to Liverpool and either defend my European title or, if another opportunity arises, have a look at that. History tells you, more often than not, the European champion goes on to fight for a world title; that’s what the long term plan is.
“For now I don’t want to spend too much time looking too far ahead as I want to enjoy every step of this journey I’m on.”
The Olympic bronze medallist has won his last four fights and feels he is now in a position to take that step back into the limelight, following a prolonged hiatus from the public eye. However, the task at hand is a sizeable jump up in quality; Tepur is a strong, durable, heavy puncher, with a decent defence and nine knockouts to his name. The giant Scouser undoubtedly has his work cut out for him.
Price said: “This will be a tough fight but it’s the right risk at the right time because in boxing you have to weigh up the risk against the reward and the Tepur fight far outweighs the risk. There are occasions when the risk outweighs the reward but this is certainly not the case.
“I’m 100 percent confident I’m going out there to win and what comes after it will be the reward. At this stage of the game you want to be involved in fights against good opponents and I think Tepur falls in to that category. I’ve been able to watch clips of him but I don’t see anything extra special so it’s definitely a very winnable fight for me. This is the fight I have been building back up towards.”
Just like Anthony Joshua now, Price was once the golden boy of the British heavyweight division and nine knockouts on the bounce – including an 80-second stoppage of Audley Harrison – enhanced that reputation, but that all came to an abrupt end.
The fanfare and expectation came crumbling down around Price following a 2013 to forget. He has since been written off – the forgotten fighter to a certain degree. And Pricey feels that it was the pressure he put on himself that he couldn’t quite deal with. He said: “After I had lost for the second time I started working with a mind coach called Terry McElhinney who helped open me up to new ideas, on how to approach things differently.
“I have since carried that on, studying how the mind works in sport; these are the things you would think a high level sportsperson would know but sometimes you’re not taught or made aware of this sort of thing.”
Despite feeling more relaxed about his career now, the Commonwealth Games gold medallist admits that he misses the pomp that came with a rapid rise through boxing’s blue-ribbon weight.
“I want that hype again,” said Price. “Hype generates interest; it’s good business but what I came to realise was that the pressure from the public or boxing fans, I couldn’t control, I could only control the pressure I put on myself. I was putting too much of it on my shoulders.”
The road to redemption may be complete should he become the first fighter ever from Liverpool to claim the European heavyweight crown, but this could be the start of another huge chapter in the David Price story.

David
15 July 2015

In twenty years I have been on many different courses, and I can honestly say your course is the only course that has had any real long lasting impact on both my personal and working life.

I have a more positive approach to all areas of my life, have less fear, worry less, suffer from far less stress, gained confidence, have a happier outlook about the present and future.
One of the most important things I gained from your course was the" Reframe " approach which I think about on a very regular basis it keeps me confident that when work / personal life isn't perfect, I remain optimistic and that everyday life is great, and that even the most humble task are worth doing well and always strive to improve.
I've recently been promoted on a secondment to a SAP. training post, which is a great opportunity for me and hopefully will lead to a permanent position, but either way I'm relaxed and positive that everything will be ok.
I can only say positive stuff about the courses you ran for the LCC, and I have mentioned on a fair few occasions to colleagues that all LCC staff would all benefit from attending course.

If you need any other info or I can help in any way, please just email. So Good Luck in everything you do, you deserve to do well and once again Thank You.

Danny
Mersey Care
23 May 2015

I just wanted to take this opportunity to express some feedback about the life coaching course I’ve been on facilitated by Terry McElhinney.

I personally found the course profound and life changing, big words, I know.

But it’s the only way I can describe it! I learnt skills, tools and strategies shown on the course that I didn’t have, some I did, but I didn’t know I was using them.

I am now applying this knowledge to my everyday situation and I am feeling and gaining the benefits more and more. I am conscious that this type of course is not for everyone ...that’s their choice.

With that said, I think it is brilliant the Mersey Care NHS has given their employee’s this great opportunity for self development, and I wish for it to continue, as we will all benefit from it.

May I suggest that Mersey Care look to putting a one day refresher session some time later on for those who attended the full course, as this would keep the momentum going?

Please convey my thanks to Terry for his energy and all the good work he has done through this course for me and our colleagues. It’s been excellent!

And finally, a big thank you May for putting me on this course and facilitating this opportunity for me, thank you.

Matt Ralph
iMerseyside | Sys Admin
22 May 2015

I have attended this course twice in the last 3 years and the techniques Terry gives you to boost your confidence and self-esteem really do work. I picked up on more the second time round and use a lot of the techniques that I've found useful to me almost every day.
If you were a skeptic, like me, you will be surprised. This really does make a difference to how you perceive yourself.
Highly recommended.

I wish there were words to express what Terry has done for me. My life both personally and Professionally has changed dramatically. This is the best course I have ever been on. I highly recommend anyone to take this course. Terry is a remarkable person and they sure have broken the mould when Terry came into this world. Terry from Me I just cannot thank you enough.

Nathan Rigby
19 December 2014

I am Nathan Rigby, a cage fighter and i fight out of HFFS, my current record stands at 3-0, this would have not been the case if it hadn't of been for terry, on the day of my last victory i saw my opponent, he was much taller than me and in my head he had already beat me, i spoke to terry, he turned all the negatives into positives that were going around my mind. I got in the cage with more confidence than ever, i beat my opponent in the first round by tap out, id like to take the opportunity to thank Terry again because i would not have done it without him. He was right when he said Fighting is 80% mental and 20% physical

Mike
27 October 2014

I just want to say a big thank you to terry.
I came to him with a train load of problems,stress, anger, inability to relax, inability to switch off, emotional baggage, self esteem issues and loads more.
From the first meeting terry listened to my problems didnt judge me in anyway. He made the

suggestions and gave me the tools to change my life around for the better.
Now i am not going to say it was an easy ride he can only tell you how to change. YOU have to be commited to carry it out. The more comittment the better the results believe me.
Through terry's advice and guidance i am finally living the life i should have been living all along. Happy, relaxed, and confident.
I also should mention the help terry gave me with a long standing knee injury which due to my perceptions gave me no end of grief and was harming my confidence We did a little work on this and the improvements were amazing.
Thanks to his work and methods i am finally able to live a happy enjoyable life
Mike- Widnes

Jay Bimpson
23 October 2014

I was training for the world title which was being held in Trinidad and Tobago.

I felt physically fit but Terry made me mentally fit and put me in the right frame of mind.

He gave me the belief and confidence to know that I could go out there and beat the unbeaten champion.

I won the fight by stopping him in the sixth round. I have continued to use the mental techniques

Terry taught me and I’m now a two times world champion. I thank Terry for playing a big part in helping me achieve my goals.

When he said that fighting was 80% mental and 20% physical he was right.

My body was ready but the difference was Terry making me mentally stronger.

Dave Price - Article written by Steve Lillis for BoxNation
20 October 2014

DAVID PRICE hopes some sessions with a shrink will get his career back on track.

The former British and Commonwealth heavyweight, 30, returns to action in Stuttgart on Saturday night in a non-title eight rounder against Kazakh Konstantin Airich, a fight being screened live on BoxNation.

Price's first contest since shattering back-to-back losses against Tony Thompson in his hometown, Liverpool last year should be the ideal chance to return to winning ways.

Price has been working with mind coach Terry McElhinney and insists he will be mentally tougher in the future having fell apart after flooring Thompson in their second clash.

He said: "Even though I can hold my head high anywhere because of what I have achieved I felt I couldn't walk around Liverpool because I was a bit embarrassed from what had happened.

"Terry built my esteem at first, then it was about taking it into the gym and then on to Saturday.

"He helped pick me up off the floor and dust myself down. We have been doing a lot of other stuff that I wish I had even used in my amateur days.

"Everything was blown out of proportion in my own head during the build-up to the second Thompson fight.

I burned a lot of nervous energy and still come close to winning."


See article at: http://www.boxnation.com/boxing-news/david-price-turns-to-therapy-to-get-his-career-back-on-track/

Mark Williams
16 September 2014

A Testimonial About Golf
To whom it may concern,
My employer recently provided a life coaching course for myself and other members of staff, the course consisted of a couple of two hour sessions (one to one) and a two day group session. The initial two hour session was to establish where you are at your current point in life and what your opinions are of your work life balance, among other things. The two day course teaches you tools to use to assist in your everyday work and home life, from relaxation methods through to thought processes. Not all the tools are designed for everyone as each person has their own preferred method of relaxing, processing thoughts and dealing with feelings and opinions.
Overall I was very impressed with the course and have learnt much from it, and now feel I have the ability to deal with most situations that both my work and personal life can present.
Finally the last two hour session was entirely for you to decide on where you feel Terry’s life coaching skills could provide you with assistance. My Hobby is golfing and I choose this as my subject, We soon established that my main issue was concentration whilst playing the game. Terry taught me how to visualise the game in my mind and find an associated anchor point that triggered my concentration. I played my first round after my session with Terry last Sunday and the results were amazing. My playing handicap is 22, this allows me to go round the course in 94 shots to shoot a level par of 72. My Goal is to reach a handicap of 12 and using these techniques I was able to go round the course in 85 taking 9 shots off my expected round. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you view it, this was not a competition round but to me it was a record round of golf with knowing that with these tools I can easily reach my goal to becoming a 12 handicapper.
Thanks for all your help and advice Terry
Mark Williams

Richie Heeson
10 September 2014

Testimonial from Richie Heeson- Anglo Celtic
4 nations, commonwealth and British Kick Boxing champion.

Hi I'm Richie Heeson I fight out of City of Liverpool kick boxing under in my opinion the best kick boxing trainer an fight technician in the country Steve reeves (Aussie)

I had my first fight at 36 and went on to win Anglo Celtic
4 nations and commonwealth titles at 2 different weights and fought for a British and area title as well.

Unfortunately my mental side was never right so I lost some fights I could have easily won, I used to panic for 8 to 10 weeks before a fight and visualise that I would get beaten I would talk the talk in front of people saying I was confidant but Inside was like a washing machine going round drawing all my energy out of me and my brain was saying you’re not good enough, he's better, he's bigger, he's going to win.

Then I was given one last chance at aged 45 to fight for in a 7 rounds British title fight.

I knew now no matter how fit and good Aussie got me I believed in me my brain he would beat me.

So I went to Terry McElhinney. Dave Prices Mind Coach for help to beat these problems and after 3 short sessions of him explaining what to do, what to look out for, and how to do it l could not believe the difference it made to me mentally, my outlook building up to the fight were normally I'm usually stressed 8-to 10 weeks before the fight completely changed and I managed to reduce my stress to the day before the fight and even then I was now able to control it, so when I fought I was so much more relaxed which gave me more energy and Terry also taught me to be able to ‘Switch on’ to fight mode at the right time.

Thanks to the help of my trainer, Terry and his mental toughness techniques I was so much more relaxed and had so much more energy thus winning the British title and beating the current holder a fighter 17 years my junior!

Mark Williams
16 June 2014

To whom it may concern,
My employer recently provided a life coaching course for myself and other members of staff, the course consisted of a couple of two hour sessions (one to one) and a two day group session. The initial two hour session was to establish where you are at your current point in life and what your opinions are of your work life balance, among other things. The two day course teaches you tools to use to assist in your everyday work and home life, from relaxation methods through to thought processes. Not all the tools are designed for everyone as each person has their own preferred method of relaxing, processing thoughts and dealing with feelings and opinions.
Overall I was very impressed with the course and have learnt much from it, and now feel I have the ability to deal with most situations that both my work and personal life can present.
Finally the last two hour session was entirely for you to decide on where you feel Terry’s life coaching skills could provide you with assistance. My Hobby is golfing and I choose this as my subject, We soon established that my main issue was concentration whilst playing the game. Terry taught me how to visualise the game in my mind and find an associated anchor point that triggered my concentration. I played my first round after my session with Terry last Sunday and the results were amazing. My playing handicap is 22, this allows me to go round the course in 94 shots to shoot a level par of 72. My Goal is to reach a handicap of 12 and using these techniques I was able to go round the course in 85 taking 9 shots off my expected round. Unfortunately or fortunately depending on how you view it, this was not a competition round but to me it was a record round of golf with knowing that with these tools I can easily reach my goal to becoming a 12 handicapper.
Thanks for all your help and advice Terry
Mark Williams

John
Liverpool PCT
21 May 2014

Hello Terry, I am happy to be quoted with the following, "I have first hand experience of the training as provided by Body and Mind Unlimited. The feedback from myself and each of my colleagues who have received this training has been extremely positive. In many cases the results of the training has been life changing for people from a range of designations and backgrounds. I would have no hesitation in recommending the Body and Mind Limited organisation and firmly believe that they have a lot to offer organisations be they big or small". ,

Dave Price - Article written by: Niall Hickman
23 January 2014

It famously worked for Irishman Steve Collins back in the 1990s when he finally ended Chris Eubank’s long unbeaten streak and heavyweight David Price is hoping it will be the key to his return to the top of boxing’s blue riband division following back-to-back losses last year.

Price looked every inch of his 6ft 8ins frame a future world heavyweight champion, until he came across American stalwart Tony Thompson last year and was twice bruisingly halted.

Which is why Price has turned to a ‘mind games’ coach in order to try and unlock his obvious potential, just as Collins did when defeating Eubank, coming into the ring in a state of near-hypnosis – a ploy which befuddled and bewildered a boxer who until then had been ‘Simply the Best.’

Former British and commonwealth champion Price won’t be trying hypnosis to get the better of Konstantin Airich in his first fight back since that second loss to Thompson, but he is convinced working with a sports psychologist Terry McElhinney has helped him.

Former Olympic bronze medalist Price said: “I am really a lot calmer and a lot more relaxed than I was last year. I beat myself the last time I fought.

That’s because of what happened in the first fight against Thompson as I let everything build up inside my own head. I used up a lot of nervous energy before the second fight, but I have now been working very hard on getting the mental side of things right.

“I have started working with a sports psychologist and he has helped me pick myself up off the floor. I wish I had taken such input seriously from my amateur days. I only thought you needed someone like that if you weren’t mentally strong, but I don’t feel that way any longer and I think I will only get the benefit of working with a mind coach. I thought I had everything sussed in my head, but I didn’t.”

Dave Price - Article written by David Anderson for Daily Mirror
22 January 2014

David Price says he feared his career was over when he lost again to Tony Thompson.

Price makes his comeback on Saturday against Konstantin Airich in Stuttgart and admits he thought his world heavyweight title dream had died with that shock stoppage.

“You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone, do you?” he said. “I felt after that last fight in July that everything could have ended.

“Now I’ve the chance to begin again and stepping back in the ring gives you that hunger.”

Price, 30, claims he was too embarrassed to go out in his native Liverpool before sports psychologist Terry McElhinney helped rebuild his confidence.

“Terry has helped pick me up off the floor,” he said.

The 2008 Olympic bronze medallist feels he has the right team around him after joining German promoters Sauerland and bringing in Tommy Brooks as his trainer.

“Before I was of the opinion that if you needed a sports psychologist it was because you were not mentally strong,” he said.

“But it’s definitely working for me and I went from feeling like I couldn’t walk around Liverpool because I felt a bit embarrassed of what had happened to now where I feel I can hold my head up high because of what I’ve achieved already as a fighter and as a person.

“For the last Thompson fight, everything got blown out of proportion in my head. I ended up burning up so much nervous energy before the fight that I struggled in the ring.

“Now I’m nice and relaxed. I’m not really thinking about the fight, but when the time comes, I know I’ll be able to switch on to it.”


See article at: http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/boxing/david-price-hungry-ahead-comeback-3052167#.U-O8Lvk2wnp

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