Self-Assessment

Self-Assessment

The self-assessment list below contains some common reasons why people are drawn to doing the Hoffman Process. Please read though and tick any that resonate with you. Don’t worry if there’s more than one.

I feel stuck. Something is holding me back and I want to expand the possibilities in my life.
I think I’m going through a mid life crisis, a change of life, and I don’t know how to ask for help.
I know what I should do but often cannot generate the will to do it.
I often feel stressed, angry, resentful, embarrassed, or depressed. I want to change.
I either dominate, control and intimidate others or I feel intimidated, bullied and manipulated and can’t assert myself – I have low self-esteem.
I’m scared to let go, as I have so much anger, frustration and grief stuck inside me.
I work compulsively – often to avoid other aspects of my life. It impacts my relationships and happiness.
I’ve read lots of personal development books, done retreats, courses, tried therapy and anger release work, but I still feel trapped and unhappy.
I feel at a crossroads with major decisions to make. I don’t know how to move forward or which direction to take.
I often feel anxious or nervous for no reason. I don’t know where to get support. I need help.
Meaning is going out of my marriage, my career or my life. I often feel I’m just going through the motions.
There’s a lack of joy and intimacy in my life. I’ve been unsuccessful in creating relationships or have had repeated failed, unfulfilling relationships.
I’ve messed up my relationship with my children and I want to be a better parent.
I’m either unemotional and disconnected from my feelings or my feelings are running me.
I recognise that my parents were not as loving or supportive as I wanted them to be.
I know that bad things happened in my childhood.
I see myself passing my own pain, anxiety or depression onto my children as negative family patterns.
I’m struggling to find meaning in my life. Sometimes it feels pointless. I feel numb – on automatic pilot.

If you have ticked one or more of these, you’re definitely not alone! The first step is deciding that there are certain areas that could be improved in your life. The Hoffman Process may be the right course of action, so call the Hoffman office on (+44)1903 889 990 or email info@hoffmaninstitute.co.uk and we’ll see what we can do to help.

You may find it helpful to look at our Frequently Asked Questions page, or to read some stories from people who have taken the leap to change their lives with Hoffman.