Life Coaching is around empowering and maximising potential.Whether its in the workplace, on the sports field or in one’s personal life, Life Coaching is appropriate for people from all professions and personal backgrounds and helps you to improve strengths and to build on weaknesses.
How does it work?
A core principle of life coaching is that a client is given the power to help themselves. Its important not to be prescriptive but to recognise:
* We hold different perspectives – no one perspective is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’, but some perspectives are restrictive and can stop a person becoming who they want to be.
* Empowerment – a life coach believes it is within everyone’s capability to adjust the limits of their own perspective. With the help of life coaching, anyone can learn to open their mind if they wish.
* Guidance: instructor or guide? An instructor shows a person exactly what to do whereas a guide provides the tools and support a person needs to do something for themselves.
What will happen in the sessions?
Russell Hoyles is life coach. He will ask you about what you want to get out of life, what areas you’re unhappy with and where you’d like to see yourself ending up. He will work with you, to facilitate you to challenge yourself, or reflect upon certain ideas to help you move forward with your life. You will never be forced to make any decisions you don’t feel comfortable with. Russell will gently encourage you to explore how to make positive changes in your life and you will also be offered support and reflection to assist you in staying focused on your identified goals.
MENTAL HEALTH FACT
Rates of mental health problems among children increase as they reach adolescence. Disorders affect 10.4% of boys aged 5-10, rising to 12.8% of boys aged 11-15, and 5.9% of girls aged 5-10, rising to 9.65% of girls aged 11-15.
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