My Coaching and Facilitation practice offers a strictly confidential space that allows people to really work deeply with the issues they are dealing with. I am trained as a Life Coach, so I deal with all areas of life, the whole person and their journey, not just the work issues. My particular interest is in people who have been, or are going through Life Changing experiences and need to figure out who they are now and what their next steps may be. I also run successful workshops for people retiring or being retrenched, to help them rediscover themselves and their way forward.
I am trained as a Time to Think Coach and Facilitator. Time to Think is a beautiful process that encourages people to really think for themselves on the premise that the person who holds the problem also has the key to that problem, not necessarily the answer. I also facilitate workshops teaching people the Time to Think process so that they can use it both in their homes and families and in their corporate world. It helps teams listen to each other, communicate better and builds much better relationships. It is one of those practices that if used, enhances all areas of life.
Drawing on all the study, interests and experiences I have had personally, my particular style of coaching may be a little unconventional but that sets me apart in a way. I am fearless about going to the dark places and my ability to see beyond what is being presented, into what is unseen or unsaid makes mine a particular gift.
The loss of a loved one is one of the most impactful experiences we can have. My experience is that your whole world changes and it takes time to rediscover who you are and what life means to you again.
No-one should have to go through this alone.
I realised that I could turn this adversity into a gift. I could turn this deeply impactful and meaningful time into something I can share and help others with. This is the reason I dived right into learning what I could so that this experience does not become lost or meaningless.
I am also trained in deep listening and have many years of experience being with clients so I believe I can offer a safe and non-judgemental space no matter what the circumstances are.
We hear a lot of talk around mindfulness these days and creating art is one such way to be mindful. Being able to switch from the logical, analytical part of the brain into the joyful, creative side of the brain is both relaxing and revitalising.
Making Art in any way we choose is commonly used, in conjunction with a therapist, for the treatment of many disorders, like Anxiety, Anger issues, Bi-polar Disorder, Depression, Grief and many others.
Therapists are finding that of all the treatments available for the treatment of PTSD in soldiers coming back from Military Action, the one that seems to have the most significant effect is Art Therapy.
The whole point of it is not to be able to create a masterpiece, although you might, but rather to express some of the feelings inside for which you may have no words or may not even know exist.
It is not so much about being “analysed” through your work but rather that you have the opportunity to put it out there and analyse it or see it for yourself in a way that is removed, that you are able to stand back from it and allow it to speak to you from a distance. This way it is more easily integrated and dealt with in a safe way.
No art experience is necessary. You don’t even have to be able to draw a straight or crooked line. Materials like paper, water paints, crayons, pencils, pens, dough, chalk and any others are provided. The exercises are simple, enjoyable and have a very beneficial effect.
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Going through change in your life can be hard and it is easy to lose sight of the big picture.As a transition coach, I specialise in guiding you through it in a sustainable way.
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I apply skills that facilitate an individual’s awakening of purpose and possibilities when they experience: