Worrisome Thoughts and Feelings

Nicola Williams talks with Somatic Therapist and Educator Gwen McHale about bringing presence to worrisome thoughts and feelings, so that we can relate to them, instead of being consumed by them.

Our Shared Being and Grounded, Practical Spirituality

Nicola Williams and Somatic Therapist and Educator Gwen McHale talk about our shared being and the need for a grounded and practical spirituality.

True Kindness: Being Authentic Vs Playing Nice

Nicola Williams and Somatic Therapist and Educator Gwen McHale talk about true kindness and being authentic in our relationships vs playing nice.

How I Became a Relationships Coach

Nicola Williams talks with Somatic Therapist and Educator Gwen McHale about how she became a Relationships Coach.

Latest TV Interview: Kindness, Parts Work and the Nervous System in Relationships

Latest TV’s Yael Breuer talks to relationship coach and trainer Nicola Williams about her work.

The Drama Triangle: Awareness Isn’t Always Enough

Nicola Williams shares an example from her personal experience of how the Drama Triangle can play out, even when we’re aware of the dynamic.

The Drama Triangle: The three roles – Victim, Persecutor, Rescuer

Nicola Williams describes the three roles of the Drama Triangle – victim, persecutor and rescuer – and how they interact.

The Drama Triangle: How We See Ourselves When in the Three Roles

Nicola Williams talks about how we tend to see ourselves in each of the roles of the Drama Triangle – Victim, Persecutor and Rescuer.

The Drama Triangle: How It Can Play Out Within and Between Us

Nicola Williams gives some examples of how the Drama Triangle can play out within us, in our relationship with ourselves, including how it can be part of the pattern of addiction – and how it can play out in our relationships with others.

The Drama Triangle: Our Personal “Favourite” Role

Nicola Williams explains how we might have a “favourite” role – Victim, Persecutor, or Rescuer – in which we get hooked into the Drama Triangle – and which might be influenced by our childhood experience.

5 Steps to Saying No with Confidence and Ease