Gillian Padgett, MISMA
Stress is Deadly
and it can Make You Stronger and Happier!
Stress is considered to be the #1 cause of doctor’s visits, accidents, illnesses, broken relationships, bankruptcies and failure at work. And yet we continue doing what we’re doing – so often wreaking havoc with our health and lives.
Gillian Padgett shares simple successful strategies used by her clients to cope in challenging times and build resilience.
Gillian Padgett is a therapist who has specialized in treating stress for over 25 years and the author of Let Stress Heal Your Life. She teaches empowering, life-changing strategies and skills to minimize the damaging effects of stress and thrive. After her best friend was murdered, Gillian sought ways to reduce the immediate and long-term damage of stress, shock and trauma for her clients. She trained in the UK as a counsellor and hypnotherapist and worked with victims of crime and families of murder victims. Gillian lives in British Columbia, Canada and offers individual coaching, group programs and online webinars.
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