“You cannot solve problems with the same thinking that creates problems” Einstein
What is coaching?
People have very different learning needs and styles, thus coaching is highly personalised and tailored to each person. It’s not a preset format or else it becomes more like training.
Coaching is a method for changing behaviour. It is a way of changing and improving the way you react and respond to any situation. We cannot always see our patterns, behaviours or habits, and feeding this back to you can be profoundly useful.
The coach can see these things because they are an observer and not ‘lost in the detail’ like the person being coached.
Coaching is for you if you:
- are feeling burnt out
- have been bereaved by suicide
- feel you are stuck in life
- are feeling like you’re on a roller-coaster of grief and can see no way of getting off
- are feeling lonely and isolated
- are experiencing your relationships falling apart
- feel exhausted or anxious
- find everyday tasks hard to do
- cannot concentrate or focus on the present
- are having difficulty making decisions
- are avoiding going out and social events
- are feeling responsible, guilty, shame, stigma
How can coaching help me?
The coaching relationship can help you explore change in your life and the range of thoughts and feelings you are experiencing, in a safe and confidential environment.
You can discover how to navigate your thoughts, your beliefs, relationships, come to terms with what has happened, what that means for you and how you move forward, forever changed, into your new ‘normal’ and what you can expect in your new landscape.
How many sessions and how often?
On the retreat you select how many nights you wish to stay for and the sessions are already included in the price. You may find that you wish to continue with sessions when you return home. We can discuss this as appropriate to ensure you have ongoing support.
What is Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?
Created in the 1970s by Richard Bandler, a computer scientist and Gestalt therapist and Dr John Grinder, a professor of linguistics.
NLP is very accessible, positive and useful aspect of modern applied psychology, and so can be helpful in virtually every aspect of communication, presenting, leadership, and developing a positive mindset.
NLP has many beneficial uses for self-development and enables:
- better communication with self
- better awareness and control of one self
- better appreciation of the other person’s feelings and behavioural style
- better empathy and cooperation
- improves understanding in all one-to-one communications
- very helpful for stress management
- key in developing self-belief, assertiveness, and confidence
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