Personal Development Coaching
Thinking things through with a Personal Development Coach in a safe and supportive environment gives you the time and space to really explore your issues. You can decide what you want to achieve, what is stopping you from doing that, and how to make and manage the changes that will get you where you want to be.
One-to-One – Time to Think
These one to one sessions usually run for an hour once a month, or at time intervals of your choice, and can be in person or on Zoom.
Thinking Partnerships – Peer Coaching
Small Groups 2-8 people
Thinking Partnerships enable you to experience and explore ways of thinking and listening which bring out the best in everyone. There is a network of other people who have done this course which means that you have access to many other Thinking Partners with whom you can practice and develop your skills.
This course is the first stage in learning in depth about the meaning and application of a Thinking Environment. We explore the Ten Components which create the optimum conditions for stimulating powerful independent thinking. I introduce you to the theory, principles and practice of a Thinking Session. You learn by participating as a Thinker or a Thinking Partner in Thinking Sessions. We use your live and current issues where possible and also observe coached demonstrations. Groups range from 2-8 people and there is plenty of time for discussion and reflection.
You will receive a certificate on passing the course and this is necessary if you decide to study further to become a Time to Think Coach.
Mindfulness – Relax & Focus
Small Groups & One to One
Actively seeking a state of present moment attention and awareness helps you to create a calm and focused approach to life and an increased ability to make emotionally intelligent choices for yourself. All the exercises are designed to be easily integrated into everyday life. I run small group sessions and for a more personal focus I also offer one to one sessions in person or on Zoom.
We look at ways that we can use the breath, counting, walking, naming, body scans and each of our five senses, to train ourselves to relax and focus our minds and to observe our thoughts and feelings with a clearer perspective. We consider how these exercises can help us to increase our self-awareness and improve our emotional intelligence.
“TTT is extraordinary! I was able to speak about my issues in a totally honest way, getting things out of my head and into a safe space. There is something about the swift and powerful changes that came from this kind of thinking environment that I find hard to explain and have never encountered before, but I now see things from a completely new perspective that I didn’t have before.”Hannah Tolley