Kelly writes about her experience of using TFT
“Hey all, as someone who has used TFT in the past I wanted to share my experiences with you. Monika taught me how to do TFT on my driving lessons and it really helped me to combat initial nerves when driving. Originally I thought I had a fear of driving but Monika helped me realise it was more a lack of knowledge than anything else! However I did have nerves at the start of my lessons and TFT helped me overcome that. I also did TFT before my driving test and passed 1st time with 3 minors. I felt so nervous before I went for my warm up session before the test but after doing TFT I was filled with positivity!
I also did TFT before a big presentation as I was nervous about speaking in front of so many people. It went so well that one of the directors of the company I was presenting to said it was one of the most effective presentations they have seen and that I looked very confident and relaxed.
I would recommend TFT to anyone!”
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Driving test nerves-fears and exams anxiety
On a Pass Plus recently, I was reminded of the case this 26 year old went through. At her Uni she was predicted to get the highest grades at the finals, but because of her anxiety she scraped through. She wished she had known TFT then.
I never knew about her exam fear till the day before her driving test, she passed first time with me. Good driving preparation and TFT for nerves worked well. No one should be afraid of any tests when they are well prepared, everyone should know how to remove those fears.
She actually told me that counselling does not work for her. She had counselling after her father passed away. She could talk to her friends, but she needed some practical solutions and a way forward, yet that was not being offered by counselling. This is what I had found when studying the 1st year of counselling myself. My tutor had gaps in knowledge on human growth, and own self confidence issues. Most of the people on my course had unresolved personal issues too, I was helping some to understand them and move on. If they then pass the exams and qualified to be counsellors, what help can they offer others without resolving their stuff first? Do you have an experience of being at the receiving end of a “shrink”?
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