THE POWER OF COACHING

FOR YOU

Body and mind are one. I strongly believe that one can not heal the body without healing the mind at the same time. Therefore, all my natural therapies are always accompanied by coaching. I divide each visit into two parts, one when we focus on the body and second when we look after your psyche. The length of each part depends on your needs and the progress of the therapy. Coaching process consists of the following steps:

  • Identifying the causes of your burnout and conduct differential diagnosis (medical, psychological, vocational, social and environmental)
  • Determining the level of stress and the degree of burnout
  • Understanding your own burnout situation (IS state)
  • Setting the goal (TO BE state: where would you like to be?)
  • Agreeing on the strategy and choosing the means to achieve the goal
  • Working on motivation to treating the primary disease or burnout therapy, changing the diet, lifestyle or approach to stressful situations
  • Understanding the mechanism of your own response to stress (at the mind, body, and behavior level)
  • Becoming aware of the physical and mental stress symptoms
  • Working with your ”stress boosters” (e.g., beliefs, attitudes, patterns of behavior)
  • Managing consciously the stressors from outside
  • Working on self-esteem
  • Mobilizing the resources
  • Determining individual salutogenesis which is the ability to maintain your physical and mental health by learning how to become resistant to stressors and taking care of yourself throughout your lifetime.

BUSINESS

During 2-4 coaching sessions, the coachee can even deeper (than during a workshop) reflect on his/her stress situation and initiate a transformation process. All in a private and trustful atmosphere with a goal and solution-oriented approach. Each coaching process consists of the following steps:

  • Determining the current situation (IS state)
  • Identification of the stressors
  • Identification of stress level and risk potential for burnout
  • Understanding of stress (causes, motives, reactions)
  • Awareness of physical and emotional/mental stress symptoms
  • Setting the goals and time planning (SMART)
  • Mobilization of the resources
  • Agreeing on stress management measures and strategies
  • Success review