The quality of your communication, with yourself and with others, is the quality of your life
is a way of communicating with people by seeing their behaviour as expression of unmet needs.
Having consideration for the needs that drive our and others’ behaviour, we stop perceiving others as enemies.
Needs-based (nonviolent) communication helps transform difficult situations into positive experience, resolve conflicts in relationships, have more understanding for yourself and others, see what's most alive in us and honour our feelings and needs.
Marriage and family conflict resolution /mediation
is a process of bringing together persons between whom the communication has stopped to work.
You can start the process of conflict resolution before your partner is ready. It's rare that two people have the same awareness of how to deal with a conflict. Start the change you want to see in the other person...
Throughout mediation, I invite my clients to get a deeper understanding of what is driving their and the other side's behaviour, in a safe environment...
is an authentic conversation generating new perspectives, options and solutions for a specific issue or an uncomfortable situation that clients is worrying about.
Through powerful questions and specific techniques coach helps identify client’s needs, potential, values, challenges and goals, and supports him in setting an agenda for the action.
Everyone can enjoy a fulfilled life once they know what moves them forward and what is one's best direction.
it’s a visual tool for coaching, personal development and communication, using photo cards, questions and simple words as ways to connect a person to her values, needs, potential and dreams.
The aim of Coaching Cards is to expand client’s view on his life’s issue by seeing it from different perspectives.
By changing points of view, the client may get awareness of his full potential, define what success means to him and create opportunities to get there. Working with photos helps reduce the gap between one's ongoing life and the life he would like to live.