Being flexible in the way that we think and being open to change is critical to developing and maintaining positive psychological wellbeing, and provides the foundations for psychological fitness.
We all have entrenched habits, rules, behaviors, and ways of thinking that impact every aspect of our lives. Some of these contribute positively to our psychological fitness but others can be severely limiting, impacting us all differently, from complex mental health issues to performance related challenges in the work place.
We work to embed ‘flexibility of thought and action’, minimising the impact of psychological distress in terms of how you view yourself, others and your environment. This helps you consider new behaviors and ways of thinking, even if it means accepting the things you can’t change.