Elizabeth Masson is Life Coach, Counsellor and Process Facilitator who is based in Somerset West. Elizabeth has pursued a lifelong path of personal growth, studied a vast range of trans-disciplinary subjects including Non-linear Dynamics, Energy Medicine, Developmental Models and Metaphysics. She is a qualified Consciousness Coach, and has also qualified in Levels I and II in Spiral Dynamics. She has worked in the fields of health care, supportive medicine, counselling and life coaching for over 15 years. Elizabeth has incorporated Neuroscience in Coaching in her coaching toolbox, and has a degree in Psychology.
Elizabeth initially works to open clients up to a greater perspective that exposes past limitations. We can only grow to the degree we are prepared to reflect honestly. This approach enables clients to identify their old limiting beliefs, to consciously see how it has impacted on their lives, and to choose and manifest a new reality. Each clients programme is created with individual requirements and preferences taken into consideration, thereby creating a safe, supportive and powerful space. Elizabeth’s approach encompasses the latest knowledge and understanding in terms of neuro-cognitive plasticity whilst integrating many modalities in order to approach problems holistically from a multi-faceted perspective. This works towards building new neural pathways, and encourages a mindfulness that ultimately changes beliefs and behaviours in a sustainable way.
Elizabeth deals with clients across the spectrum, specialising in personal and relationship development, trauma facilitation and change management. She deals with any form of limitation - anything that is holding you back from living your best life. This form of facilitation enables clients to take responsibility for their own individuation and process, thereby finding a deeper sense of belonging which in turn takes them to higher levels of wisdom and power.
Elizabeth specialises in moving clients towards greater levels of emotional and spiritual intelligence. As we apply increasing wisdom in our lives, work and relationships, life suddenly becomes a constantly profound experience, and challenges are merely new opportunities.
‘The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail to notice. And because we fail to notice that we fail to notice there is little we can do to change until we notice that failing to notice shapes our thoughts and deeds.’ **R.D.Laing