About this class

Overthinking can affect the quality of our lives, both personal and professional.

It can also have a tremendous negative effect on our productivity, and this is important for all of us - performing artists, teachers, those in business, and others. To stay efficient, we must look for new ways to deal with unhelpful thinking.

In around an hour you will learn:

  • what is overthinking and what are its consequences
  • what happens to our productivity when we engage in overthinking
  • how to distinguish between helpful and unhelpful thinking
  • how to leverage cognitive-behavioural strategies to manage negative thoughts
  • how to use Visualisation to tackle overthinking

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About your teacher

This class is led by Donata Vaitkutė, who is a performance coach at Mental Skills Lab.

In her work, Donata combines knowledge from the performance and research contexts. She holds certifications in Stress Management and Health and Wellbeing Coaching, and helps her clients lead successful careers, improve their performance and enhance their wellbeing. During coaching sessions and seminars, Donata shares her knowledge of Performance Psychology, Sports Psychology and Applied Neuroscience to help build effective tools to overcome personal challenges. 

Before starting her coaching practice, Donata graduated in Piano Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Performance Science at the Royal College of Music in London. While studying in London, she focused on examining the concept of Mental Toughness, and later went to present her work in various conferences and seminars in the UK, Australia, Germany and Lithuania.

Donata is also a member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology. Her broad experience in performing, research and coaching contexts gives her a unique perspective when coaching her clients from various fields.