We help people with mental health issues to live their lives with the pulsating energy and the vigour they truly deserve.
Stop Obsessing and Start Overcoming will provide you with the armour to shield you and help you start challenging and recognizing your OCD for what it truly is. You will learn to deal with the emotions that the thoughts bring on and to challenge your faulty belief system. This will be the game changer to turn your life around.
Get on the fast track to challenging your OCD Anxiety and /or Depression by having a coach consistently in your arena week after week.
A 30-minute one-to-one call every week for 10 consecutive weeks. Invest in your future now and enjoy a better life!
This 5-week intensive recovery program is designed for more measurable, faster results using a personalized approach.
By signing up for the 6 week course, you’ll be able to learn to challenge your OCD and refrain from doing compulsions.
Learn to know what questions to ask and how to build the therapeutic rapport as a professional counsellor or therapist.
We'll do monthly follow-ups to make sure you are managing your thoughts and emotions in a healthy manner.
"It's a problem for me that so many people are living a life of quiet desperation as a result of the impact of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) has had on their life."
It was the worst time of my own life. With God’s Grace, having OCD allows me to go and serve others. What is clear to me is that I have a mission along with a purpose to help those who continue to suffer as I once did.
"Sandra knows as much about the pain of experiencing symptoms of OCD and treatment with CBT as many professionals who specialize in this debilitating disorder."
"“Sandra Wallace has made a huge impact on my life. I have struggled with OCD for about 15 years..."
"From the very moment that I met her, I truly felt this calm of ease come over me. She has a unique, personal way..."
THE OCD COACH WITH Lauren of Mindful of Christ
THE OCD COACH with Valeria Teles of Fit for Joy
Mental Health Awareness with Lauren of Mindful of Christ
OCD is a mental health condition that causes you to experience frequent obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours. An obsession is an unwanted and unpleasant thought, image or urge that repeatedly enters your mind, causing feelings of anxiety or unease.
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder can lead normal and productive lives. As with any chronic illness, managing OCD requires a focus on day-to-day coping rather than on an ultimate cure.
OCD usually doesn't appear suddenly in its full form. Symptoms start small and may seem normal to you, but they can become more severe over time and be triggered by stress or trauma.
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder become unable to ignore unwanted thoughts, and instead of letting them go, they obsess over them. They attach meaning to these thoughts, causing them to feel guilt, shame and worry as though they'd actually carried out the actions.
Although it’s true that we can’t be one hundred percent of anything, in reality we can be pretty sure about a lot of things—at least those things that get caught up in anxiety, intrusive thoughts and habits as they do for someone with OCD.
There are ways to address the lingering effects of past experiences, including practicing self-compassion, trying mindfulness as a way of focusing on the present moment, or seeking therapy.
Join us on the OCD PRIVATE COACH Facebook Group for people suffering with OCD, Anxiety and/or Depression. We welcome you into this safe space.