“Our body is like a ship at sea, with our brains as her crew.
When they work together well, we sail through life smoothly.
But when they don’t…”
Stress is a part of life. Fear is a hard-wired emotion that we all feel from time to time. Under normal circumstances, it helps to keep us alive.
But for many people, ‘stress’ is more than a brief spel of discomfort. They experience such anxiety that it hinders them in daily life. Others become burnt-out, depressed, even suicidal. Yet few people ever speak about this…
If this is you, please know this: you are not alone. It may feel like you are – I know I did. I have fought those battles myself, for years, and I gladly give you the tools and techniques to help you fight yours!
My name is Christel Vogels
and I’m a mental health trainer & the creator of Ship Psychology.
In the 20 years that I suffered severe depressions and related mental health issues, I received various therapies that simply didn’t work for me. I discovered that the truly effective psychological techniques are practical, comprehensible, and easy to apply in any situation. When I developed the Ship Psychology Method, these principles continued to be the foundation of my courses.
“Christel helps you gain insight in yourself and hands you the tools you need to solve your issues on your own terms.
Always a tailor-made solution!”
Improve your mental health for life
Ship Psychology is a entertaining method to consciously steer your thoughts, feelings, and behaviour. It helps you to:
- reduce your fears and anxiety,
- make decisions with confidence,
- finish anything you start,
- have more energy,
- have more faith in who you are and what you can accomplish.
You choose your own pace and preferred method of learning. You are in control, and I am here to help you whenever you need it.
I’m not a coach who will solve your problems for you.
I teach you how to overcome them yourself.
Not just once, but time and again.
All your life!
“It’s remarkable how easily you can implement the Ship in daily life. It helps me understand what behaviour is and isn’t helpful in a particular situation, so I can change it when needed.”