What is your coaching philosophy?
My coaching philosophy overall is to support my clients, raise their awareness, create clarity and help them reach their full potential within life. By taking a step-by-step approach and making things manageable, they will make great progress and I will be there to encourage them, support them in taking responsibility for their actions and allow them to be accountable to someone in a totally confidential and non-judgmental arena. My aim is to build in sustainability to their situation and not for this to be a quick fix.
How many coaching sessions will I need?
I cannot predict how many coaching sessions you will need as this entirely depends on your personal situation, the stage you are at and what you’d like to achieve. As a coach I will help you identify what you’d like to achieve during our sessions and devise a plan of action that is suitable to your needs. Ultimately, I’m there for you and I will be happy to support you for as long as you need me to.
How frequent are the sessions?
Usually I see my clients once a week; some of them prefer to have forthnightly sessions, and some other clients decide to have stand-alone sessions after that when they feel they are more in control of their objectives but still find it beneficial to touch base when they feel they need to. The frequency is something that we can decide together based on your personal situation and needs.
What is NLP?
NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming and it’s an approach that enables us to identify our thinking, behavioural and communication patterns. It helps us to change these patterns when they are not working well for us and help us to discover more resources, choices and options which are more beneficial to us and that will have a great impact in what we set out to achieve within ourselves and in life.
NLP can give you tools that can be applied in every area of your life which can make a difference in the way you handle a wide range of situations.
I consider NLP a tool that goes hand in hand with coaching and enhances its ability to get results for my clients, so I regularly incorporate it in my coaching sessions.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Techniques and is also known as Tapping. It’s a tool that can help people in various aspects of their life to overcome negative beliefs, negative emotions, negative thought patterns and help them to replace them with positive thoughts, positive feelings, and feel calm and relaxed. It’s like acupuncture without needles, and the same way acupuncture addresses physical pain, EFT addresses emotional pain. EFT helps to remove the energy blocks within the body, which often lead to developing and keeping alive limiting beliefs and negative behaviours, by tapping the end points of the energy meridians. EFT can address a number of uncomfortable emotions like lack of self-confidence and self-worth, anxiety, fear, stress, sadness, phobias, feeling stuck and depressed.
What’s Matrix Reimprinting?
Matrix Reimprinting is an evolution of EFT and it was created by Karl Dawson, one of the 28 EFT Founding Masters Worldwide. This technique enables people to heal memories that keep the body in a state of discomfort or trauma and as a result it allows the person to attract more positive experiences in their lives.