Mr Graham Landi
Member Status: Registrant
Member No: GL00P0902
When I founded Graham Landi Wellbeing I realised that my interest in people and the things they do has been a constant in my life. Having spent the best part of a quarter of a century in the corporate world until fearing that my soul would die if I didn’t make a change it became obvious to me that part of the secret of my relative success was that, aside from being engaged with the tasks and projects I was involved with, it was really the other human beings that I worked with who gave me the motivation and the desire to keep moving forward.
After a rather disappointingly cliched difficult time in early mid-life I started to re-evaluate everything. I retrained in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and Hypnotherapy and left corporate life to go it alone, and started Graham Landi Wellbeing.
I don’t know exactly how you feel because all of our experiences are unique, however similar they look. But I will say that I have a lot of first hand experience of both digging myself into holes and then finding my way back out of them. Loss, pain, change, joy, success, failure have all been companions at one time or another and I try and use all of them to help me work with my clients to support them in their own investigations about “what next?” Often, just getting to the stage where that’s a question you are ready to ask feels like a powerful change.
I can say with absolute honesty that I love my job, and I feel incredibly privileged that people let me into their lives and trust me to help them make positive change. I take that responsibility very seriously and if we work together you’ll find me a solid and dependable ally. I am constantly inquisitive, enjoy learning, spending time with my family, writing, playing and listening to music, cooking (and eating!) food and writing. Graham Landi Wellbeing isn’t just my job, it’s what I enjoy and what I invest in constantly through learning new ideas, exploring different approaches and finding ways to help more people in simpler ways.
I write a weekly blog which you’ll find on both Graham Landi Wellbeing and my Life and Career Coaching site which deals specifically with my work as a coach.
As an enthusiastic cook and baker, when I have some time, I post on a site I created with my alter ego “The Kitchen Therapist” where I attempt to combine an enthusiasm for food with its many and varied benefits to a balanced and healthy mind. I have plenty of ideas for expanding it, if only there were more hours in the day or I didn’t need so much sleep.