I use a variety of customised methods, tools and interventions to provide insight into your needs, abilities and career opportunities.
My approach is positive, pro-active, modern, flexible, result oriented and tailored to your needs.
Some examples given:
REBT is an action-oriented cognitive behaviour therapy that teaches you to identify, challenge, and replace your self-defeating thoughts and beliefs with healthier thoughts that promote emotional well-being and goal achievement.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy is designed to help people who suffer repeated bouts of depression and chronic unhappiness. It combines the ideas of cognitive therapy with meditative practices and attitudes based on the cultivation of mindfulness. The heart of this work lies in becoming acquainted with the modes of mind that often characterise mood disorders while simultaneously learning to develop a new relationship to them.
Focusing is a natural way of being with and listening to our bodily experiencing, to our deeper wisdom. Focusing can be used in many different situations. It is a wonderful self-care practice, it enhances personal growth of all kinds. Focusing prioritises bodily experiencing over cognitive understanding, received convention and usual assumptions. This practice supports us in developing a compassionate listening to our bodily felt experience. It creates a safe, non-judgemental “being with” our own experiences that enables forward movement and change.
Polyvagal-informed coaching honours the role of the autonomic nervous system in shaping our physiological experiences and psychological stories and offers strategies to engage the rhythm of regulation in fostering change. The autonomic nervous system responds to the challenges of daily life by telling us not what we are or who we are but how we are. Once we understand the role of the autonomic nervous system in shaping our lives, we can never again not see the world through that lens.
Stress and Burn-out Treatment incorporating the CSR®-Methodology
The CSR®-Methodology stand for Chronic Stress Reversal and uses an integrative psycho- biologic approach.
Safe and Sound Protocol | SSP Newly introduced in The Netherlands!
I’m proud to announce that I now offer The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) for people who need help to regulate their emotions. SSP is a five-day auditory intervention designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience. Read more…
Training Heart Rate Coherence with biofeedback can benefit physical health, emotional well-being, stress resilience and cognitive performance (e.g. focus & concentration).
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is a psychological approach that involves analysing strategies used by successful individuals and applying them to reach a personal goal. It relates thoughts, language, and patterns of behaviour learned through experience to specific outcomes.
Walking Coaching through Amsterdam parks available
Some clients benefit highly from walking coaching instead of a static positioning of coaching while sitting indoors. Walking coaching has a powerful effect on our physical, mental and emotional health. Walking relaxes and re-energises the body by giving the muscles a workout and increases blood circulation throughout the body. It exercises your mind, helping oxygen and glucose to reach your brain. This helps to calm the mind, enhance mental clarity and sharpen thinking. Like other forms of exercise, walking leads to the release of your body’s natural happy drugs, endorphins.
Scientifically validated Career and Personality Assessments
Depending on your coaching questions, we can decide if taking (one of these) tests is beneficial.
These are online (paid) tests, we’ll evaluate these tests during your one-on-one sessions.
Between one session and the following you are advised to do homework. We’ll mutual agree upon your assignments. It’s impossible to provide an exhaustive list of possible homework assignments because the options are endless.
These assignments could include focus on new behaviour, to try out things which were discussed during your session; writing, information collecting, questionnaires, networking, etcetera.