Who is this Work for?

 3Keys work has been proven to be effective with a diverse range of clients. The following are some of the key traits our clients share, and which you may recognize in yourself: 

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People who want to solve recurring problems                  

Are you facing internal and external challenges that compromise your happiness and/or your health? These may include depression, addiction, dysfunctional relationships, recurring conflicts or toxic behaviors. You recognize your current coping strategies are counterproductive but you feel a lack of clarity, and may lack the energy to move on. You realize that in order to progress, you need a different approach to daily challenges.

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People who want healthy family, friendship and personal relationships

Do you find yourself in the difficult situation of not being able to leave a relationship even though you know it’s not working for you? Do you feel you are in an emotionally or physically abusive relationship? Do you have unresolved family conflict? You’re ready to face the truth about these relationships, and have better, stronger boundaries and invest in healthier, happier relationships in your life.

 

People who want to boost their personal development

Are you at a point in your life when things are changing and want to strengthen your sense of self, stabilize your focus and your motivation? You have already invested in your personal development, yet you feel there is room for more growth, that you are holding yourself back. The time has come for you to go deeper inside and tackle the more fundamental issues controlling your life, so you can finally become who you are.

People who seek meaning and purpose

Do you feel your life is comfortable and successful but the time has come for you to ask the questions that matter? Questions such as: “who am I?” “Who or what do I serve?” “What will I do with the rest of my life?” Throughout the 3Keys work, you will seek to answer these questions and use them as the basis for a more purposeful and inspiring life.

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People who seek to solve career-threatening problems

Is your position at stake? Are you on the verge of a burnout? Your functioning is impaired. Your strategies for handling conflict or resistance have made matters worse. Other avenues you’ve tried to address these issues haven’t made any real difference. You realize it is time to look inwards and address the real source.

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People who want to manage stress

Is your life too busy, leaving you with an overload of stress on a daily basis? You keep focusing on what needs to be done but feel tired, exhausted and without energy. You realize more is at stake and have begun to question whether you may need a different approach. You are seeking the means to live your life with a sense of peace and contentment.

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