Life Coaching and Psychogenealogy
Life Coaching and Psychogenealogy
The chances are you have come to this page because:
- You are at a crossroads in your life
- You know you want something more out of life but are feeling unsure of what that is
- You have a gift and would like to use it to make an impact on the world
- You have a passion that you want to be more than just a hobby
- You have something inside you that is dying to come out
- You want to discover your true essence and start living your purpose
- You want to make a difference to the world around you
A 60-minute session in which we will get to know each other, we will also do an anamnesis, and you will describe your goals and objectives of Coaching and Psychogenealogy. If we both agree that we are the Coach you are looking for, we will develop the Coaching plan to apply.
How Does it Work?
What is our style?
Simple to explain, I am convinced that the client is the one who knows inside what affects him and what helps him only then it is necessary to put it in context and the light of reason.
Therefore we focus on the Coaching or advisory system. By following the steps that I summarise below, we expose and recognise the resources that you can use and those that you should avoid achieving a mental state appropriate to your concerns, desires and goals.
In the first session, which is usually free, I explain to the client that it is my coaching system, I present myself professionally and my expertise and listen to their concerns, goals and desires. If we both agree, I prepare a coaching plan to give to you to develop it together in the next session.
The sessions are developed without judging, without imposing theories, procedures or the like. They are optimistic and cordial conversation and exercises.
Dr Carl Rogers (psychologist, 1902-1987) believed that each person could achieve their goals and desires in life. Following the main assumptions of Abraham Maslow, Rogers (1959) added that for a person to “grow”, they need an environment that provides them with authenticity (openness and self-disclosure), acceptance (being seen with unconditional positive respect), and empathy (being heard and understood).
You know that it is time to modify your reality! You’ve had enough of talking about doing something different, wishing for a change, and putting off creating something else for your life. You’re tired of keeping your dream to yourself, and you’ve had enough of keeping yourself small. Now you have come to the right place at the right time. I am here to inspire and empower you to connect with your true essence, your real site and get to the life you deserve. Most of us want to make a difference in the world we live in, no matter how big or small. We all seek, long for, talk about, and dream of creating something that we believe will lead to happiness and fulfilment and impact those around us. Through my professional life and contact with various people from all over the world, I know that the only person who prevents you from achieving your dreams is you. You have a pool of unique resources ready to use. I want to help you discover them and thus empower you to get out of your way and allow you to shine. Discover that only you have the power to leap into the life you want and make the difference you want. All of us are on a personal journey of discovery and unfolding in this life. Everything you have experienced in your life has been learning and developing it—your present results from your past thoughts, feelings, and actions. Your future will be determined by what you are thinking, feeling, and doing right now. I believe that ultimately all the answers are within you. When you can connect with your true essence, greater possibilities will open up than you can imagine right now. You will have the power to modify your life and embrace what you know you must live. Choosing to make a difference and living a full life is a radical act! And you can.
Psychogenealogy is a technique that allows us to discover the invisible loyalties that are interfering with our goals and dreams. Because the loyalties are in the unconscious, the person does not know that blocks and challenges also come from their family tree.
When we add psychological and emotional aspects to the family tree, the invisible loyalties begin to surface into the conscious mind to be healed. It is a fascinating journey! We are born into a family with connections to our ancestors that are invisible. According to Jung, these connections are in the unconscious mind. In Psychogenealogy, we call these unconscious connections invisible loyalties. They can be positive and bring us blessings and resources that enhance our lives like humour, creativity and enthusiasm. They can also bring unresolved issues like sadness, relationship problems or debts.”
The concept was founded by Professor Carl Jung (Austria/Switzerland) who was the first person to recognize connections between the person and their ancestors beyond the typical family tree with names and dates in their genealogy.
Around 1960 Moreno (Austria) established the postulate of familial CO-CONSCIOUS and the CO-UNCONSCIOUS familial group, he was the first to insist on the complexity of family ties.
During the same period, Françoise Dolto & N. Abraham and their students established the complex problem of trans-generational transmission, non resolved conflicts, (hate, vengeance vendettas, feuds), of secrets, silenced words, premature deaths, and the choice of profession.
In 1967 Murray Bowen (USA) talked about the “Genogramme” in family therapy.
In 1978 Henri Collomb (France) presented the technique of the “Genosociogramme” in Nice that he had developed in Senegal in his work on the African Psycho Pathology.
Dr Anne Shutzenberger (France) continued to teach and develop the “Genosociogramme” mainly to help cancer patients discover, through working on their family tree, the roots of cancer that had invested them.
“If we heal an individual without considering the whole family, we will not accomplish much in therapy, which will often only be a temporary improvement…
The development of a person, his/her health, illness, and remission depend upon the way their family or society consider them. The family’s balance is also important for the development of the individuals, their health, their illness, and their relapse.”
By studying your ancestry you can free yourself from inherited patterns that are of no use to you.