What is Integrative Coaching?

Integrative coaching is a holistic approach to coaching that incorporates various methods and techniques from different disciplines, such as psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness, and positive psychology. The goal of integrative coaching is to help individuals achieve their desired outcomes by addressing all aspects of their life, including their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and environment.

Integrative coaching takes a client-centered approach, meaning that the coach works collaboratively with the client to identify their strengths, values, and goals. The coach then uses a range of techniques and tools to support the client in making positive changes and achieving their desired outcomes.

Some of the techniques I use in integrative coaching include Hypnosis, EFT (Tapping), Mindfulness Meditation, Positive Psychology interventions, and Goal-setting Strategies.

Integrative coaching is a flexible approach that can be tailored to the unique needs and goals of each individual client. It can be used to address a wide range of issues including management of anxiety, trauma, stress and pain as well as habits such as smoking, excessive alcohol use and even nail biting. It is also very good for fears and phobias.

The tools I use vary depending on the client’s needs and I believe in helping people to help themselves. To this end, I often teach clients tools they can use themselves not just on their current issues, but on any challenges they may ┬ácome up against in the future.