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The purpose of this group is to provide evidence-based methods and exercises for people who:

  • Have been trying to achieve an important goal or outcome and haven't succeeded yet, such as improving motivation, increasing performance, finding meaning and purpose, changing career, improving parenting, dieting, improving self-esteem.

  • Are without a specific change in mind but would like to create a more full, rich and meaningful life.

  • Are struggling with their psychological pain.

    The group also aims to create a community and enable people to connect with likeminded individuals who share the same interest in coaching, self-development or life transformation.

What is coaching? What is the goal of coaching? 
The goal is to develop patterns of thinking and acting that demonstrably move the client toward the outcomes and goals (s)he desires. The bottom line of coaching is behavioural. 
Coaching involves neither instructions nor giving advice nor evaluation of the client. Instead, it consists of: 

  1. Building a non-judgmental, open and supportive relationship. 
  2. Exploring the client’s goals, situation, current thinking and acting in depth by asking questions. 
  3. Identifying and removing the internal barriers to change, which gives rise to an unexpected natural ability to learn and adapt without the need for much input from the coach.
  4. Helping the client achieve the goals and outcomes (s)he desires by developing new ways of thinking and acting. This is done by asking questions and engaging in short exercises. \ 

Do I need coaching? What can coaching give me? 
A common conception that has somehow achieved “truth” status is that coaching is for those who are, in a way, inadequate, weak or not self-reliant, even though this doesn’t seem so “true” when one looks carefully at the profile of individuals who use coaching, what coaching is good for and the benefits of coaching. 

The world’s most successful people use coaching to make progress toward their goals several times faster than would be possible without a coach. Also, coaching can unblock issues that have been stuck for years. 
Simply put, those who work with a coach achieve more and progress faster than those who don’t. 
Coaching is shown to have a powerful, positive impact on one’s: 

  • Social relationships and the ability to connect to others 
  • Well-being 
  • Job and life satisfaction 
  • Workplace or athletic performance 
  • Self-confidence
  • Ability to overcome procrastination 
  • Communication 
  • Workplace collaboration 
  • Self-awareness 
  • And many more areas. 

Coaching is for anyone and everyone who desires these benefits. 
Coaching is the best tool to achieve the goals and outcomes one desires in situations where advice or instructions haven’t led to these changes. 
Coaching is about identifying and removing the internal barriers to change, which gives rise to an unexpected natural ability to learn and adapt without the need for much input from the coach. 

Why this group?
Everywhere humans go, their minds go with them. If we can understand how our minds work, we become capable of better handling any situation that involves or requires thinking, feeling, sensing or remembering.
Relational Frame Theory is a lab and field-tested scientific explanation of how the human mind works. RFT could be viewed as a "blueprint" of the human mind, it has been in development for around 40 years and has been tested with the utmost scientific rigour.
There's a range of methods that has been built using RFT. This group will focus mostly on these.

This group is not a substitution for full-time coaching, therapy or counseling. If you feel your goal or issue requires one of these professionals, please seek professional advice accordingly.

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