About Shelly Lefkoe

Shelly Lefkoe is co-founder and President of the Lefkoe Institute, and the founder and Parenting the Lefkoeway. She has personally worked with thousands of individuals from around the world. Using The Lefkoe Method she has helped these people eliminate issues as serious as eating disorders, phobias and depression as well as everyday problems like procrastination, shyness, fear of public speaking and the inability to form healthy relationships. Shelly is a speaker, workshop leader, and author of Parenting the Lefkoe Way.

Why we must define a problem clearly before finding limiting beliefs (and how to do this)

When solving a problem, often defining it clearly is a valuable first step. Sometimes we even discover the barrier in the way once we’ve […]

By |Thursday, January 16, 2020|Categories: Beliefs||0 Comments

How the drip-drip method cures the slow-learning blues

Some skills seem quite difficult to learn.  However, learning is much easier when the right structures are applied.  One of these powerful learning structures […]

By |Wednesday, January 8, 2020|Categories: Learning||0 Comments

The Thought Discovery Method: A way to find hidden limiting beliefs

Some beliefs are a bit shy and don’t come out when we ask them to at first. So we need a way to allow […]

By |Thursday, January 2, 2020|Categories: Beliefs||7 Comments

Why our limiting beliefs hide in the darkness (and how to bring them to light)

Some limiting beliefs are easy to find.  Some are quite elusive.  To make lasting change in an issue, we need to find all of […]

By |Tuesday, December 24, 2019|Categories: Beliefs||4 Comments

How to fix the “fear of others problem” (and why it exists in the first place)

It was 1957. I was sitting quietly in my third grade classroom when suddenly a strange alarm sounded.

The teacher said with urgency “Everyone […]

By |Wednesday, December 18, 2019|Categories: Fear, Parenting||2 Comments

Why limiting self beliefs can be so destructive (and how to repair the damage)

The coral reef had become a silent graveyard.

A lone diver placed a few black boxes on the “dead” reef, some cameras and then […]

By |Wednesday, December 11, 2019|Categories: Blog|Tags: , |0 Comments

Why we avoid doing things that are good for us (and what to do about it)

Myrtle Young heard a crunching sound. Next, she turned around and her mouth gaped wide in a state of shock. She was a guest […]

By |Wednesday, October 23, 2019|Categories: Procrastination, Self Confidence||2 Comments

Why it’s hard to know if you have a limiting belief (and how to make it far easier)

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Into the Weird Adult Video Emporium

The Colon Care Co-Op

If you visited the East West Market in Vancouver and used one of the […]

By |Wednesday, October 9, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized||3 Comments

How parents can shift from boss to guardian angel and why this is important

The Lefkoe Freedom Course – Waiting List for September 2019
Previous things that used to frequently upset me no longer do because through this course […]

By |Monday, August 12, 2019|Categories: Parenting||0 Comments