What is trauma? The word trauma comes from the Greek for wound and whilst physical trauma leaves visible wounds and scars, psyche-trauma does not. What we experience instead is the behaviours of the people or person who has trauma.
I have found myself overwhelmed many times by the ‘to do’ lists of work through this pandemic. My thoughts and emotions battling it out leaving me with tensions coursing through body and mind. I have literally felt the limitations of mys
In these times of uncertainty we all find ourselves working our way through, I wanted to re-assure you that my coaching and supervision continues as normal to support you. Now that we can't meet in person we can meet on the internet through virtual sessions, both one to one and in groups.
Please find the latest information below on my workshops as we navigate this pandemic through the winter and into spring. If you book onto workshops, I will be keeping you up-to-date as and when new guidelines and requirements are published by the government so you know where you are with your booking.
In this third neuroscience special I want to continue to build on why giving our silent right hemisphere a voice is so important for coaching. In particular, focusing on the right hemisphere's ability for aha! moments and transformational shift, as well as it's role in emotional value and complexity.
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