Meaning and valued living considers the reality of how we are individually choosing to live our lives. Checking in with ourselves and asking certain questions is essential in order to ensure we are living in line with who we want to be and how we want to connect with our environment; the people we love, the work we do, the interests that make us come to life. Questions like 'how do I feel about my situation?', 'what kind of person do I want to be in this situation?', and 'how do I change my situation for it to better reflect what I stand for?' tend to lead to the more encompassing one of....'is there meaning and purpose in the way I am doing life?'.

This pause in time is where we stop, take a look at ourselves in the mirror and redefine the way we are showing up in our world.

Embedded in scientific rigour through the research of optimal human functioning and positive psychology, a meaning and valued living approach is effective in providing you tools to move forward, arming you with confidence in your ability to navigate boldly through decision making and possibly through rough weather ahead. This approach will highlight the authenticity of each person through the exploration of unique strengths, emotional intelligence and value systems. With this awareness we can embark on a clear path to enhance the experience of life; adding purpose and clear definition to the layers of depth each one of us has.