What is coaching?

Simply put, coaching is about creating change. At your workplace, in your relationship, at school or with learning challenges, coaching can help you identify and achieve your goals in a supportive environment. In coaching, we want to understand your current situation but more importantly, what your desired outcome is. We work with a range of different techniques and tools to build a bridge between where you are now and facilitate where you can be.

Your focus will be narrowed down to what you want to achieve and as your coach we will support you on your own unique path to get there. Sessions are usually conducted on a 1-on-1 basis and are fully customised to your needs.


What’s the difference between coaching and counseling?

As your coach, we will focus on your choices and how you can become your most fulfilled version of yourself. We will encourage you to explore and expand on your passion and potential, and help you set and reach meaningful goals to improve your life.


Counselling, however, dwells a little more on your emotions, on psychological processes and on the root causes behind your current challenges. Counselling is less results-oriented and more about the ways that we see the world. As you can see, there is some overlap with counselling and coaching.




What is counselling?

Your well being is paramount to us. The counselling room is a safe, non-judgmental space where you can process the issues that are bothering you. Here, we will work together to gain fresh perspective on difficult feelings, identify patterns of behaviors and learn constructive ways to communicate your experience.


During counselling sessions, we listen to your personal challenge and ask questions to better understand your situation. These sessions aim to help lighten the burden you may be carrying. We work with a range of different techniques and self-help tools so that you are empowered to practice on your own, too. In each session, we will define what your priorities are one-on-one, as a couple or in a family session.




What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a safe, natural state of mind connected to physical and mental  relaxation, with a selective, focused attention. Most of us have experienced to “zone out” while reading a book, exercising, playing with an imaginary friend as a child or going window shopping etc. – this is called the ‘hypnotic’ state.


This daydreaming state between sleep and wakefulness can be used in a therapeutic context. When we enter into this absorbed state of hypnosis, we can use our thoughts, talents and experiences in ways not usually available to us. We gain deeper awareness and can allow positive change to happen in our life. Hypnotherapy encourages your deeper consciousness to open, relax and find solutions to current challenges. The effectiveness of hypnosis has been beneficial for a wide range of challenges such as anxiety and phobias, depression and burn-out, traumas, lack of motivation, school problems and learning difficulties, sleeping problems and many more.