Because you struggle with commitment? Maybe because you’re feeling a bit lost at the moment and need some kind of direction.  Maybe you’re trying to resolve an ongoing issue but it doesn’t seem to be working out in the long run. You might feel stuck because you find it difficult to commit when difficult things show up. Often this is because you have learned to:


Daydreaming, having too many tabs open, time-wasting, spending time on the wrong things, being indecisive, or finding it hard to evaluate your options because you feel so caught up in the middle of that.


Thinking your way out of things you used to enjoy, finding excuses not to follow up on things, genuinely believing that you're stuck, ruminating and worrying to the extent its not helpful. Generally having a busy brain, lack of focus or an unhelpful flow of thoughts.


Not doing the things you used to love anymore, avoiding people/events/activities because you don't want to feel a certain way, lack of confidence.


Over-eating, over-drinking, over-sleeping, or not enough to (temporarily) deal with the issue but it's not working out. Excessive use of caffeine and tobacco also falls in this category.

None of the coping strategies are inheritable bad or wrong, as it all depends on the context. What is important, is to notice when these habits are workable for you and when they are not. What I mean by that you can ask yourself is what you’re doing working to give you the sort of life you want, in the long term? If that’s a yes, then it’s workable so no need to change. And if the answer is no, a life coach and ACT therapist can look at alternatives that may work better for you. Alternatives that do make more sense in the long run, because these actions will help you build the life you want.


To hear what the Habit Coach can actually help you with, it is best to get it from the horse's mouth.

Have a look at some of the Google Reviews some of my clients left me.

Anonymous - helped my anxiety and confidence

Nick has really helped me with my anxiety and confidence issues during a particularly difficult year for me. He listened and suggested methods for me to use and change my mind set, which help me to cope with difficult situations.

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William - Learning how to manage ADHD

His background as both a behavioural therapist, and as an outdoor instructor really resonated with me. These sessions have been much more value to me than the in-person therapy that I have had before, so don't let distance stop you. ACT therapy has been really helpful in learning how to manage life with ADHD.

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Mary - Feel better in myself than I have for a very long time

I can honestly say that attending coaching sessions with Nick has been the best thing I’ve ever done for myself. At the time, I was stuck and unable to move forward with certain issues, anxiety was holding me back from getting out and enjoying life and I no longer believed in myself or my abilities.

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Anthony - My work life finally got some balance

Nick was able to provide a different perspective on some of the issues, provide focus and tools and techniques for me cope with the situation.

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The Habit Coach is run by a qualified life coach, trained ACT therapist and accredited NLP Practitioner. As you can read in the reviews, ACT and coaching can help you in a myriad of ways because of its transdiagnostic nature. In a way, ACT can help people see they are more than their label, condition or illness.

ACT is a very experiential form of behavioural therapy/coaching. It’s not just talking about your problems and feelings. The idea is we work together as a team, to help you build the sort of life you want to live. This often involves:

  • Learning a set of skills to reduce the impact of difficult thoughts or feelings so they can’t get in the way of life
  • Focus our attention on what really matters to us so we can fully engage in the activity you’re doing
  • Clarify how we want to treat ourselves, others and the world around us and use this to guide our actions on a day-to-day basis
Habit Coach is based in Narberth, Pembrokeshire

The best way to do this is the same way you would learn to ride a bike, by practicing these skills until you can do it on your own. In general, as the sessions continue, you should start to develop skills to move more flexibly towards the life you want, regardless of how you feel, or what you think. Every time you leave the session I want you to come away with it an extra tool to your toolkit. A practical technique that is easy to apply and helps you to make a difference in your life.


To see what the Habit Coach can offer and if it is something you might benefit from.