What is Coaching?
"Coaching is the art of facilitating another person's learning, development, well-being and performance. Coaching raises self-awareness and identifies choices. Through coaching, people are able to find their own solutions, develop their own skills, and change their own attitudes and behaviours. The whole aim of coaching is to close the gap between people's potential and their current state." (Jenny Rogers, 2016)
What is Coaching
Coaching Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour, cognitive and emotion awareness which helps to enhance well-being and personal performance. Coaching Psychology uses evidence based models grounded in established adult learning and psychological approaches to facilitate the coaching session.
What is Positive
Positive Psychology Coaching looks to support the client in raising their levels of wellbeing, allowing them to create positive changes in whatever aspect they choose (life, career, relationships, self-esteem, health, among others).
It does this by working through scientific evidence based approaches. methods and tools.
"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being."
~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
How I work as a Coach is simple:
I support my clients with various issues that are of importance to them personally. Many of the clients that I work with are ones that have are experiencing loss & grief, changes in lifestyle & relationships, or are experiencing the world as a Neurodivergent person or Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).
I work with a biopsychosocial Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology approach that considers all aspects of the individual's life to help them raise their wellbeing and attain the life that they want.
The coaching styles that I regularly work through are:
Solution Focused Coaching
ACT Coaching methods
This is accomplished by:
Developing new skills to move the individual forward.
Identifying what is important and brings value into the individuals life.
Bringing attention to the innate character strengths the individual has access to.
Showing the individual ways to live with a higher sense of well-being.
Who this is not for:
Those that are searching for therapy and reconciliation of the past.
Those that want to learn how to parent themselves.
Those that do not want to change anything about themselves.
Those feel they do not need to grow to become better.