What is Coaching?…
“Possibility is what drives me, let it be your force!”
Being a Psychotherapist
has allowed me the opportunity and experience to be knowledgeable about
human behavior and to use this and positive psychology in my practice
as a coach.
Coaching is an outgrowth of “client centered” therapy, a style developed by Carl Rogers in the 1950’s and 1960’s. While coaching is not therapy, it shares the client-centered view: that the client is basically a healthy, integrated person, that she/he already has the resources and knowledge to solve their issues, and that the coach’s task is just to focus their talents in a productive way.
Professional Coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that helps people produce extraordinary results in their lives, careers, businesses or organizations. Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life.
• Together we will focus on strengths as well as weaknesses
• The tools we find will help us to build the best solutions for your situation as well as repairing the worst of the present situation
• Learning to have a clearer understanding of a positive emotion entails the study of being content with the past, being in the present and being happy, and developing hope for the future.
• You already possess positive traits consisting of strengths and virtues. We will work together to foster your ability and understanding for love and work, creativity, integrity, wisdom and growth.
• Positive emotions lead to a pleasant life, which is similar to the hedonic theories of happiness. Using one’s strengths in a challenging task leads to the experience of flow (Csikszentmihalyi, 1990) and the engaged life.