The three main principles of my coaching approach are:
First: to apply Creative Writing so that clients can recognise their physical and psychological abilities and disabilities, weaknesses and strengths, to better know and understand their selves, to function better in society and empower their lives.
Second: to explore deepest thoughts and emotions, to express and organise ideas, to understand oneself and the world that surrounds us, and to see our weaknesses and strengths so that we can have a better quality of living.
Third: to bring across to clients to the idea that patterns of negative thinking can be broken and changed by re-thinking, re-reflecting and re-writing negative thoughts, feelings and emotions in a more positive way.
I think individuals should explore and figure out their own unique capacities and potentials, as well as accept and work on their weaknesses, dealing with them so that the experience of doing so can be of productive use in the society in which they live. In this way, they may self-determine their own lives in the most healthy and rational way, for their own benefit as well as to the benefit of the people around them.
I offer Therapeutic Writing coaching for individual and corporate clients to achieve their full potential.
Through Creative and Therapeutic Writing I will give you the opportunity to explore your needs, motivations, desires, weaknesses and strenghs and assist you in making real, lasting change.
I have also been researching my concept of PRPCW ‘Positive-Reflective Post-Cathartic Writing’ for some time now, which is mainly based in the idea that focusing on negative thoughts through language, with the use of negative words and expressions, is the result of distress and many other emotional and behavioural disorders that affect wellbeing as well as physical health. Realising this about negative thinking, and how one constructs their own personal disempowering pattern of thinking, and learning how to change it into a more positive one, are the keys to empowering oneself to have a better intrapersonal, and interpersonal life.