The Blueprint Way (TBW) is an online coaching & counselling service helping ambitious Black & Brown women thrive, from the inside out.
This is done by partnering with you to design your personal emotional wealth blueprint, so you can sustainably live a life of impact, legacy and purpose.
Hi I’m Vanetta Morrison, Director of The Blueprint Way.
I help women move from trauma, overwhelm, and disappointment, to impact, legacy and purpose.
As a counsellor, I provide talking therapy to resolve mental health issues; as a coach I support clients in achieving life and career goals.
As an Emotional Wealth Strategist I combine my therapeutic, goal achievement and change management approaches to help you manage your mental health, reset your relationships and practically pursue your purpose.
All my services are delivered online, via a secure video call, in the comfort of your own space, making it flexible and convenient for us to work together, no matter where you are in the world.
TBW Core Values
My 4 core values when working with you are:
Every woman matters.
Despite the world often telling us differently, we women are glorious human beings and I want to help you recognise/remember, own and express your brilliance.
I provide an accepting, compassionate and confidential environment for you to feel safe and supported to tell your story and grow at the pace you want to, regardless of whether your main priority is to heal or to thrive.
As women, we often look after everyone but ourselves, leading to less opportunities for growth, more stress and even burn out. It’s time to change this and I do this here by taking your self-care seriously.
4. Sustainable Success
‘Living your best life’ consistently is not possible without a strategy to get you there. The Blueprint Way is a long-term, holistic and harmonizing strategy that helps you achieve just that.
“Vanetta was so open and easy to talk to. Her holistic approach made tackling my issues so much easier. I am, quite literally, a different person. I loved my therapy with Vanetta. I’ll miss working with her but I’m positive about the future! She’s a wonderful counsellor”
Counselling Client, Student Nurse
Emotional wealth is the key to
living your best life
As an Emotional Wealth Strategist, I suitably blend my counselling, coaching and change management approaches to help women like you:
Psychotherapy, Counselling or Coaching?
The short answer is ‘no, yes and yes’. Find out more about the different approaches below:
(Psycho)Therapists are trained at Postgraduate Level and above and can diagnose mental illnesses – two things I don’t. They will also often be able to accept payments through your insurance.
If you have severe mental health issues, require long-term mental health support (more than 6 months) or would like your health insurance to pay for your therapy, I would recommend psychotherapy.
Otherwise, counselling will work well for you.
Counsellors are equally trained practically and academically, but not at Postgraduate level.
Counselling, aka talking therapy, offers guidance to clients with diverse mental health challenges using various therapeutic modalities and a holistic approach to mental well-being.
This is the work I do at The Blueprint Way. And through that work I have helped many clients effectively, gently and safely process and overcome sexual abuse & trauma, anxiety & depression, grief & loss, relationship difficulties and more.
Coaching is primarily focused on helping you achieve your practical goals e.g. change career, create a life plan, develop better habits. A coach helps you achieve your goals faster than on your own, through accountability and relevant coaching tools.
I also offer coaching at The Blueprint Way and have helped clients achieve double promotions, build resilience and manage life changes well.
“Vanetta is a real asset to her profession. Her skill sets in dealing and allowing you to focus, revisit and understand particular situations have been life changing for me. I do not know where I would be without her support and coaching.
Never in a million years did I think I would accomplish so much from counselling.”
Counselling Client, Head of Department