Samford Village Healthy Minds is home to one of the only two Enhanced Transactional Training Centres in the world.
– At Samford Village Healthy Minds, we draw on decades of personal learning and complex understanding.
– We uniquely bring together a wide range of approaches to help you.
– We make the hidden-and-complex visible-and-simple.
– We distill all that complex information down to something you can successfully tackle and make fundamental, positive changes in
your personal and professional life.
That means you can have a blue-print for success in all areas of your life.
Maintaining positive change is difficult. It is especially frustrating when you successfully make headway in your attempts to change for a short
while, only to then fall back into the same unwanted ways. That invisible force is unconscious, complex and hidden.
Believe it or not it actually has a positive intention; albeit, unwanted.
Know which problematic
unconscious processes are
happening within you.
Learn to monitor and
modify their occurrences.
Develop new and beneficial
strategies and behaviors
(both conscious and unconscious).
This Enhanced Transactional Training method is the result of the coming together of Tony Conley and Peter McMahon. They have known each other for many years and through their discussions, they have recognized there are blind spots in the way mental health and professional coaching is done today. They have developed this new way of looking at, understanding, and then resolving problems. Their rooms at Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill have been the incubating source for what is now known as Enhanced Transactional Training.
We do all the complex work in the background so you will be free from any hidden obstacle. Samford Village Healthy Minds provides a space where Samford-ites (and others) receive high quality and knowledgable support. We will help you to functional an optimal level both personally and professionally.
When you contact us, either through the contact form or by phone, please be sure to let us know who referred you so we may thank them.