Lynn Anderton

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Do you feel driven by a need to be loved that overrides other things in your life?

Are you starting to feel like everyone around you are getting on with their lives and achieving the success you crave?

Has it become a struggle to balance relationships with your own ambitions?

Well I felt exactly the same

I'd always had a level of independence that had served me well even through the hard times but it was only when my fear of being alone overrode my once buoyant self-esteem to a degree that led me to over care for others because of my fear of abandonment.  Until this time I'd felt okay in my own company but my feelings of isolation were so impacting that they made me make one bad decision after another.  I'm also ashamed to say that my conduct in a rebound relationship that had consumed me was so out of character that I found it hard to move away until that is I started using movies as a way to recognize what a healthy relationship looked like which in turn led me to detach through my own self-development.

Why I used movies

I'm different now largely due to the fact that my story exists within the plots of certain movies and I used them to recover and discover that I had to change in order to invite respect back into my  life. I also learned that trying to replace what I'd lost was a mistake but one worth making as taking responsibility for the part I played in relationships instead of using them as an excuse to not live my own life was a huge step towards gaining authenticity.

Can I help you?

If you're struggling to assert yourself because it's easier than challenging others then I understand just how you feel right now but rest assured your situation IS redeemable.

What others say

"I would recommend Lynn as a supportive and skilled life coach with an empathetic approach which has enabled me to develop the capacity to find solutions to issues"      NM - London

"Creative way of thinking about my life and where I'm heading"    JH - Liverpool

"It inspired me and I came away feeling confident, optimistic and determined to achieve more things in my life"  SH - Wirral

How do you get involved?

The best place to start is to take advantage of the free 30 minute movie therapy session, this involves you looking at a film of your choice differently, you can sign up for this via the home page by subscribing, subsequently receiving a link to book yourself in for a session.
If you’d prefer a longer session then the information and booking link is shown below:-

Movie therapy session
47.00

Movies are a great way to look at whether you’re living life to your full potential and as this is often affected by personality and behaviour then this is a useful tool to look at yours and other people’s traits in order to understand what’s working and what isn’t so that you can make early steps to making changes or not.
This is a one to one telephone session (exceptions made if face to face sessions required dependent on locality-use the contact form to make the enquiry).
Once your payment is received you will receive a link to book your hour and asked what the best number to phone you on, you will receive guidelines to watching your chosen movie and a follow up email together with a copy of the written text from the call.


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Bio

Lynn is a qualified movie therapist, mentor and life coach who struggled to establish her niche in a crowded coaching market, she'd used movies to self-soothe through many years of coping with loved ones with ADHD and depression and it was only when her life took an unexpected turn that she discovered using this creative tool as a baseline allowed her clients to change their lives through seeing themselves differently as she had also learned to do.
Her expertise is self-development and she's worked with a diverse range of people by helping them use movies as a tool towards increasing self-esteem through behavioural change to overcome mental health and work/life balance issues with the support of The School of Social Entrepreneurs where she graduated from as a fellow on the Social Innovators for Health program.