Peter Antoniou offers pay-what-you-can therapy at Edinburgh Festival Fringe
- Kirstyn Smith
- 3 August 2016
This article is from 2016
Mindreader and life coach offers the service for burnt-out performers, workers and locals
Fringe performer and life coach Peter Antoniou is offering coaching and therapy sessions for anybody in Edinburgh affected by the stresses of the Fringe Festival.
Suitable for performers, press, bar staff, promotors, audience members and locals, Antoniou will use a combination of hypnotherapy, strategic intervention and crisis management to take participants through processes that will leave them feeling empowered and ready to change harmful patterns.
His techniques are suitable for dealing with anxiety, stage fright, phobias, goalsetting, conflict resolution, or even something as simple as help with quitting smoking, in hour-long sessions that should go a way towards helping participants reach their full potential in what can be a hectic and stressful time of year.
Antoniou will be around for the duration of the festival, although he has limited time because of his two shows (Peter Antoniou: Happy Medium and Séance), so if you would like to take advantage of his services, you can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet him at @isyourmindsafe.
While Antoniou's services are one option, if you, or someone you know, are struggling, here is a list of organisations you can contact:
Phone: 116 123
Lothian Mental Health Assessment Service
Phone: 0131 537 6000
Edinburgh Crisis Centre
Phone number: 0808 801 0414
Text service: 07974 429075
Email address: email@example.com
Phone number: 0800 83 85 87