Lockdown Self-Care Audio Series

3 audio sessions to help you look after your mental health, make space for your needs & treat yourself kindly and gently

Tuesday 19th - Thursday 21st January at 8pm

(you can also listen anytime)

Each evening, I'll share one simple idea to help you through - no homework, exercises or worksheets, just tune in and listen.

We'll cover:

  • Evening 1: The power of living one day at a time

  • Evening 2: You are good enough: challenging feelings of failure

  • Evening 3: Managing social connection: balancing your time with others (or lack of it)

Morale is low. We're all tired. There's a heaviness around and it's no surprise.

We've been here before, it's the same thing again and it's also very different. 

You might've heard people talking about living 'one day at a time' but find it tricky to manage those unhelpful thoughts that start with 'what if...'

Maybe you're setting yourself too many tasks each day and ending up feeling like you've failed.

Finding time for yourself may feel impossible...or maybe you're living alone and feeling very isolated...

This is as a chance to take a bit of control (if that's still a thing) of what you can, and approach this lockdown with the conscious intention to look after yourself and your mind.

You'll get:

  • 3 short & simple audio sessions, sent to you by email in time to listen at 8pm each evening (19-21Jan)

  • A 3-day structure to follow (gentle support with actually doing this!)

  • Unlimited access - revisit the teachings any time you like

  • The lovely feeling of making yourself and your wellbeing important (you're SO worth it) 

Lockdown Self-Care Costs £35

Payments are non-refundable, so please purchase mindfully. Click here to read the terms of your purchase. By completing your purchase, you agree to the terms. 

Hello - I'm Elsie 

I'm a recovering people-pleaser and Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. 

For a long time, my life and my feelings were dictated by other people - I didn't know what it meant to do things purely for myself.
 
It felt selfish and unkind. 
 
I would regularly over-commit myself, only to let others down (the very thing I was trying to avoid) and I prided myself on being flexible and easygoing.  

After losing my way a little and ending up in therapy, I slowly learned that there was another way to live.
 
A way of life that was centred on what I needed and wanted.
 
...and it didn't involve becoming the thoughtless, hurtful and difficult person I thought it would - who knew?!

Today, I absolutely love helping other lovely people discover this, too.