Mind games at the bridge

Mind coach Alison BlacklerListeners have been given the chance to have an insight into the workings of the mind.

Alison Blackler, is a transformational mind coach and therapist, who has been helping clients at Thornton Hough-based 2 Minds for eight years.

But it was during her previous guise at the health service in 2001 where she first met Live From The Bridge presenter Phil Rostance.

The pair both worked for the former community trust at St. Catherine’s Hospital in Birkenhead.

Phil and Alison were reunited on air to talk about managing the mind.

"I found this interview with Alison intriguing. What else could be more fascinating than finding out what makes people really tick?" - Phil Rostance, Presenter

Alison discussed the power of the mind when it comes to winning different types of sports, from running to boxing, and showing that you’re able to be the best you can possibly be at whatever you do in life.

The programme was particularly apt for anyone wanting to deal with loss, divorce or bad experiences.

It also tackled losing weight, stress, anxiety, confidence and relationships.

We look forward to welcoming Alison back to the studio later this year to talk about her new book, A Path Travelled, which is published this autumn.


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