Be the Change Coaching

#livecourageously #noexcuses

Systemic Coaching

“If you’re not in the arena getting your ass kicked, I am not interested in your feedback.” Brené Brown

Coaching is an empowering tool for change, transformation and growth in both our personal and professional lives.

Systemic coaching focuses on working with individuals, as well as the main role players in their system, whether this is in families, teams, organisations or communities. By working collaboratively with the system there is holistic change and transformation for everyone involved in the coaching process.

Coaching is used effectively in many spheres including business, health, education, transformation, diversity, government, recovery and wellness. Many of the tools and frameworks overlap, with coaches bring their own set of skills and methodologies into the coaching conversation.

As a Master Coach I have worked with many individuals, families, groups and communities to assist them in creating solutions-focused approaches to their situations in order to be able to move forward with a clear, consciously aware mindset.

My coaching is focused on working in the (addiction) recovery and wellness space assisting individuals with substance abuse and addictive behaviour disorders. This methodology focuses on aiding clients in developing strong coping skills, improving communication, conflict and problem-solving abilities, developing a set of healthy lifestyle resources and understanding the importance of healthy boundaries.

For more information please feel free to have a look at my Recovery Coaching page.

Many of the clients that I work with are challenged by the stress and pressure of their business and personal lives, and coaching is extremely helpful in developing action plans to achieve goals and become more effective in life. These coaching sessions are self-directed and each client chooses their own way forward.

This is done through life and business coaching which you can find out more about on my Business and Life Coaching page.

%d bloggers like this: