From extensive study of the most effective methods in personal transformation and then taking only the best parts and their application in the real world with the most difficult issues, Christopher has been able to create a system that makes rapid, effective and lasting change.

The Integrated Change System™ is one of the most complete systems for change.

“Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”

Bruce Lee


The Integrated Change System™ (ICS) combines the best and most advanced skills from a number of methods of coaching, therapy & change work and is made up of 7 complete and powerful steps:

  1. Relax the conscious mind
  2. Get precision on the issue
  3. Remove the benefit of the issue
  4. Target the root cause
  5. Change the old beliefs
  6. Change the stimulus response
  7. Take it into the future
  1. Relax the conscious mind

The conscious mind works on logic. The unconscious mind, the domain of emotions, does not. It has a completely different way of making decisions. The key to making change is to get the analytical mind out of the way and this enables the unconscious patterns to come to the surface.

  1. Get precision on the issue

By using precision language and asking targeted questions that bypass the regular thought processes, you can drill down to what’s really going on. When you know what the underlying core issue is, change becomes very simple.

  1. Remove the benefit of the issue

Everything you do meets a need. However illogical or however irrational, it serves a purpose. On some level you get rewarded for it. It may be protection, safety, attention or something else. Secondary gain is acknowledged in most forms of psychology, but processes to change this are fairly unique to the ICS.

  1. Target the root cause

Problems in your present are the result of blocks from your past. By allowing the mind to go back to the first event where the issue was created and using change processes at the point of creation, the change will be lasting, more effective and deeper.

  1. Change the old beliefs.

Problems exist until you get a learning and once you get a positive learning from an event, you tend to let go of the negative emotions. Once you have done the other steps, you are able to gain a new belief and a new way of thinking. It’s like shifting a lens that will change your perception.

  1. Changing the stimulus response.

This is the anchor, this is the habitual pattern.   You had a bad experience in the past and when you think of that experience or are confronted with it, you start to get anxious. These become automated triggers. Once you take out those issues and triggers and replace them with positive ones, these triggers will no longer come up.

  1. Take it into the future.

When you have dealt with the past and changed the associations, you can then create a future you want. This is more than just affirmation or visualisation. By using various patterns that make up the ICS, you can change your perception of future events in such a way, that when you think of the issue that used to be a problem, you can now feel positive feelings, and continue with positive behaviour that will continue to get stronger with time.

The Integrated Change System™ (ICS) is a combination of:

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Advanced Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP)
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  • Timeline Techniques
  • Coaching
  • Clean Language
  • Heart Math
  • Transactional Analysis (TA)
  • Rapid Induction Therapy
  • Gestalt Therapy
  • Integrated Psychotherapy

& other tools of change.


Working With Christopher

The best way to experience the Integrated Change System™ is face to face with Christopher in his consulting rooms on London’s world-renowned Harley Street. For clients outside the UK that is not always practical (although clients have flown to the UK to work with Christopher!).

If you prefer to work by phone or Skype, let Christopher know during your free 30-minute consultation session.

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