I love helping others and enjoy solving problems. I have become a coach to do exactly that: help you navigate your life while having healthy relationships and a fulfilling life overall.
“My job is to guide you on your path to your truest nature.”
I am a mother and passionate woman that believes that we can be happy when we are true to ourselves. Everything in my life has led me to this moment when I am committed to help others and keep growing in all aspects of my life. After being a student (undergraduate and graduate) for several years and having the opportunity to teach in higher education and work in philanthropy for more than a decade, I realise that coaching allows me to put my skills into actions that help shape and change lives better than ever before in my previous jobs.
Deep down I have to confess I also feel passionate about solving problems and discovering the best ways to resolve issues.
I am a believer: there is a better way for each one of us and we have the power to find it.
I love books: reading is a daily activity that makes me feel as an eternal learner and fulfills my need for knowledge and wisdom. Writing is also a passion that is becoming a reality as I work on my first book that will see the light of day in 2020. I also love animals and have the greatest girl as a pet, Tika, that is my loyal walking buddy and coach potato, pun intended!
Style of coaching
The Strategic Intervention Coach works with the client towards any goal, issue or plan that the client wants to reach. First, I need to know you and your environment to get a good idea of your reality and challenges as well as who are the important people in your life. Then, we work together towards unlocking your potential to become the person you wish, or letting your real self shine in every sphere of your life: relationships, career, family, couple. My job is to guide you on your path to your truest nature.
The Strategic Intervention Coaching style is defined as “a project dedicated to extracting the most practical and effective forms of strategic action and communication from a variety of disciplines: Ericksonian therapy, strategic family therapy, Human Needs Psychology, organizational psychology, neurolinguistics, psychology of influence, strategic studies, traditions of diplomacy and negotiation, and others.”
Strategic Intervention Handbook by Magali Peysha and Mark Peysha.
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