I have many years of lived experience in recovery, take a non-judgemental, empathetic and 'accepting of otherness' approach to life - and coaching. I search for the fun and laughter and love to see people get out of the dark and into a lighter way of being - getting in touch with their true selves - I found it liberating when it happened to me and it's wonderful to see during coaching.
A Co-active Coach with CTI, a Recovery Coach with Crossroads Coaching USA, coaching since 2008
I work in a kind, supportive way. I'm direct, open, honest, always open to feedback, gentle, reassuring, tough when it's required, insightful and intuitive. I have a great understanding of mental health issues and find this helps when coaching and mentoring others. I don't use video, which clients find very liberating - they've spent a lifetime worrying about what others think of them, so they can just focus on being heard and don't have to dress up (unless it's just for them!).
Over-caring is overwhelming. It can result in an emotional and/or physical burnout akin to compassion fatigue. This article offers a suggestion of therapeutic recovery coaching as one of the many ways you might choose to right yourself, following capsiz
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