Quiet Connections services

If you're feeling anxious and avoidant in social situations, we can help

Coaching

You'll work 1:1 with a coach to help you let go of what's keeping you small, uncover who you really are, and grow your confidence as you step into your courage at your own pace.

Courses

You'll learn healthier ways to manage anxious feelings, to love your quiet strengths, make wise decisions and take courageous action, so you can be your best self and live a happier life.

Get-Togethers

You'll make new truly understanding friends in a relaxed way; explore new places & try new things in a space where it's okay to talk, and it's okay to be quiet too.

“I'm so glad I found you. It's so nice to know that others are going through similar things. What I like most is being able to talk to others who have similar issues, learning how to overcome those using different techniques to control anxiety. It's been a great way of making new friends with similar stories. You are an inspiration.”

- Claire

“I would just like to thank you for all the help you are giving [my daughter]. I don't know what she would have done without you. She is definitely getting more confident and doing things I never thought she would.”

- A Coaching Client's Mum

 

Funded support

 

 

Quiet Connections has gratefully received funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to deliver free courses across Cornwall over the next three years that anyone feeling anxious and avoidant in social situations can access, regardless or your employment status or income. To find out more, please click here.

 

 

 

 

Right now, Quiet Connections' coaching is not a funded service and many of our clients are self-funding. However, we are a Specialist Partner on the Positive People programme in Cornwall. This means, if you are unemployed, you can access fully funded support via this route. Once signed up, a discussion with your allocated Change Coach will help you decide together if Quiet Connections is the best support for you, and what additional support could be useful too. Click here to find out more about Positive People.

 

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