Life Coaching

What is life coaching?
When using the term life coaching, it is necessary to define it as the activity whose main objective is to help people achieve their goals in their personal or business life, guiding them in the right direction, the methods used by individual life coaches they vary in the specific and according to the profession and specialty of the Coach.

We can say that life coaching is advice based on the Client’s resources through a series of individual sessions that can be carried out even by remote means and even by email, although the preferred method is that of face-to-face sessions, especially First of them to define the resources, generate the communication of trust Coach – Client, define sessions, duration, follow-up, theme and similar matters.

While life coaching is associated with the business world, there are also coaches who deal with particular aspects and experiences of the client helping to explore the underlying causes of their problems and providing support and guidance to find routes to success. This type of more personal life coaching is often done face-to-face.

The goal of life coaching is to help people break their negative belief patterns, act more decisively, and set clear goals to achieve what they want out of life. Most coaches are trained as generalists, but many also specialize in areas such as relationships, stress, personal growth, business, careers, motivation, finance, creativity, and family, among many others.

Stress Management Consultant & Coach

Stress can impact us in many ways, emotionally, mentally, and physically. High-performing people often have trouble sleeping, high blood pressure, or are easily distracted. You may feel tired, depressed, and not like the energetic and ambitious person you used to be. Failure to address stressors over time can lead to exhaustion and even health consequences. If you feel overwhelmed and under great pressure, a stress management consultant can help you regain control, offering you personalized support and advice to manage your triggers and control how you react to stress.

Stress management training can help you identify and address the major sources of stress in your personal or professional life as well as equip you with tips and strategies to turn off those stressors.

I can’t promise that you will live a completely stress-free life, but through stress training, I can promise to help you:

Better understand what is causing you stress, digging up and addressing root causes, not just symptoms
Make and implement decisions or action plans that will eliminate or reduce the impact of stressors on your life.
Learn techniques to control and reduce stress in the long term and “at the moment” to improve your performance in times of high pressure.
Develop strategies to relax, set limits, and allow yourself to enjoy more
Make changes to useless habits, behaviors, thought patterns, or beliefs that are responsible for relieving your stress.
Build resilience, self-confidence, and strategies for coping with stressful situations more easily, so you can stay in control and better manage your response


Psychogenealogy in Germany and Portugal

Psychology and Genealogy. We all know what these are, but what does it mean when you put these two seemingly unrelated topics together into a whole new concept?

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 humor, 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.

Psychogenealogy in Germany and Portugal
Psychogenealogy in Germany and Portugal
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