0408 389 365

EAP Mentor

  • Counseling
  • Holistic Health
4/111 Aerodrome Road
Maroochydore, QLD 4558
0754754442
Hours:
Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm

About Us

EAP Mentor uses a 5-step-strategy called CHASM, to bridge the gap between a life lived habitually and a life lived mindfully. Recent research has shown that the majority of people only function read more
  • About

    EAP Mentor uses a 5-step-strategy called CHASM, to bridge the gap between a life lived habitually and a life lived mindfully. Recent research has shown that the majority of people only function consciously 5% of the time. The rest is habitual. Most of the programming for our habitual behaviour was completed by age seven. Effectively, that means that even as adults, we are essentially a puppet, at the hand of a seven-year-old puppeteer. Unfortunately, our childhood programming was strongly embedded is a story of poor self-worth. The result being that our habitual way of living is about avoiding any experiences; mental, physical or emotional, that evidences our poor self worth. The Enhances Awareness Program and Pathways to Mindfulness have been developed by local Sunshine Coast businessman, Russell Sturgess. Trained in mindfulness and awareness practices in the USA from the late 80s, Russell devised a simply structured formula (CHASM) that has proven to be profound in its capacity to greatly improve the quality of peoples lives, both personally and in their career. Three of the CHASM steps are similar to what you would expect with any change management protocol, however two of the steps are unique to EAP, and really help to set it apart from life coaching and counselling. Russell calls his work Western Mindfulness because it's less about meditation and more aligned with the scientific principles of neural pathway development. The difference is seen in Russell's definition of mindfulness. Being mindful is remembering in each moment that there is a more loving alternative.

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    If you are coming to the office, there is a car park behind the building, off Maud Street.