Investing in Coaching – is Investing in Yourself!
One on One Coaching will work best for clients who have a lot at stake and not a lot of time to deal with it (launching a business, pressing marriage problems, health and wellness issues, etc.).
Clients who need a higher level of accountability to meet their goals and/or those who are sufficiently educated, but can’t seem to accomplish their goals.
The benefits of One on One Coaching include more personalised attention (the coach gets to know client’s strengths, weaknesses, personality, quirks, etc), programme customisation specific to the clients’ needs as time progresses. They get more attention, accountability and time with the Coach.
Group Coaching involves programmes that deal with specific problems (anxiety, stress management, self discipline, etc.), usually pre-decided and that serves as a kind of map for clients and coaches alike. It will work best for clients who already know what their issues are, who don’t need much exploration – they know the problem and want the solution. For those who really want to commit to their goal but don’t want the intensity of individual coaching. For clients who don’t need very fast results and/or prefer to learn in a group setting.
Some clients prefer a group setting because the attention isn’t all on them, they enjoy the shared experience, and sometimes gives them an opportunity to network. It’s a more affordable way to get results if they are already aware of the problem.
Whilst some enjoy the luxury and benefits of a coach, some people do not. If in-person coaching isn’t for you then our Self Coaching Programmes might be! They are self-paced programmes that support you to achieve big without sacrificing joy, wellbeing & contentment.
These guides will help you to think differently, take action and make the change you want for your future, today!
*Please Note: Our Coaching Retreats are currently on hold due to COVID-19, check back in a few months for an uplifting, rejuvenating, and relaxing escape that will promote mindfulness, self care and personal growth.
Speakers are a great source of inspiration. They rejuvenate morale, refocus tired minds and trigger new ideas.
As a speaker I aim to eliminate toxic outlooks and expand minds – often all it takes to alter someone’s personal or professional trajectory is the introduction of a new way of thinking about things that the person already knows. I always try to inject humour into my talks, and as corny as it sounds, I find that it truly is the ‘best medicine’. Promoting individual performance and/or teamwork, encouraging action (not just ‘talk’) and stimulate a need for learning.
Are you ready to start straightening out the clutter?
Individual Counselling is a resource for people who struggle with mental health issues. Individuals can learn to cope with stress, personal development skills, managing grief, trauma, anger issues, and low self-esteem throughout the process of counselling.
Individual counselling is helpful for a variety of reasons – increasing an individual’s self-awareness, encouraging self-exploration, identifying boundaries, enhancing communication skills and improving the use of healthy coping skills. The benefits will lead to a shift in behaviour for the individual, which often decrease symptoms of mental health issues.
Couples Counselling helps couples of all types recognise and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. During couples counselling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding and strengthening your relationship or, sometimes, deciding to go your separate ways.
Couples counselling typically brings couples or partners together for joint therapy sessions. Working with me, you’ll learn skills to solidify your relationship, such as, better communication, problem-solving, breaking negative habits, finding intimacy, rebuilding trust and respect, etc.
You’ll talk about the good and bad parts of your relationship as you pinpoint and better understand the sources of your conflicts. Together you’ll learn how to identify problems without blame and instead examine how things can be improved.
Group counselling is a type of therapy that involves meeting with a group of individuals whom all face similar concerns. Group sessions involve sharing your experiences and listening to others experiences. Group counselling provides a supportive environment to discuss problems and concerns and to work toward your goals.
Groups offer a confidential, safe space for individuals to gain self awareness and awareness of others. The experience often reduces loneliness, normalises your experiences, promotes change in quick and meaningful ways, and helps you to learn and process new skills.