DO you feel like you could be doing more to realise your full potential?
Life coaching can help us when we become stuck and feel as though we have stopped moving towards our goals or even when we are unsure of our goals and purpose. Life coaching is available in Brisbane North to help provide clarity and a way forward, and assist us in developing the skills required to reach those goals and live a richer and more meaningful life.
Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) based psychological techniques is a proven way to power up your coaching. Kristina Challands, a Samford based Psychologist, provides coaching with ACT to assist in identifying your passions and purpose. ACT can help you set values-based professional and personal goals and overcome obstacles to help you realise your full potential
how does it work?
Life coaching is about having support and feedback as you transition to new situations, new challenges and to progress in life. Everyone is different and we tailor your coaching program to your unique needs so every session is specifically designed for you and about you.
You can use your life coaching sessions to:
- Find what is meaningful and give your life purpose
- Create a clear set of values to guide your decisions
- Design an action plan with meaningful goals to move towards the life you want
- Understand the issues holding you back
- Learn to “unhook” from the thoughts and feelings creating roadblocks
- Build skills to accept what you can’t change and change what you can
- Develop mindfulness skills to help you fully engage in what is meaningful and what enriches your life
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the one’s you did… Explore, Dream, Discover. Mark Twain
Blonna, Richard (2010). Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications Inc.
Harris, Russell (2006). Embracing your Demons: An Overview of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy . Psychotherapy in Australia, Volume 12, No 4.
Harris, Russell (2009). Mindfulness without Meditation. http://www.actmindfully.com.au/upimages/Mindfulness_without_meditation_–_Russ_Harris_–_HCPJ_Oct_09.pdf
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