When we feel broken we look to be fixed, we consume books, have therapy, diet, whatever it takes! BUT true self development is not about being 'fixed' it's about accepting the parts of yourself and then enhancing who we already are.
Focusing on evidence-based approaches, Ruth will teach you how to not just read about, but truly integrate personal development work. She'll take you through 4 key questions that encourage both self-reflection and include action-oriented tasks that will help you create sustainable results.
1. What do you want?
2. Where are you now?
3. How do you get to where you want to be?
4. How do you stay there?
Ruth started our her personal development journey when studying Psychology as she wanted to know what the f**k was wrong with her: she felt that she was different and wanted to see if there was a scientific reason.
Using tools she has developed to help train thousands of coaches, Ruth will help you to create a strong self-coaching mindset, helping you to rewire your brain, so that you can adopt new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. She draws from a variety of disciplines including neuroscience, positive psychology, somatic and energy work to provide a truly unique self-coaching programme that is totally results focused.
As one of fewer than 70 Master Certified Coaches in the UK, Ruth is independently verified as one of the top coaches by the international coaching federation (ICF). She has been coaching for well over a decade and running her award-winning coaching business since 2016. Ruth combines over 27 years experience studying Psychology and Neuroscience (with the BA, MA and diplomas under her belt) with senior leadership experience in the educational sector and a prior life in sales. She holds a raft of accreditations, from NLP Practitioner to Positive Psychology Diploma to Spiral Energy Coach to DISC Personality L3 trainer to a PGCERT in Coaching to Small Business Diploma to Neuroscience for Leadership as well as many more courses and training. Ruth lives in London.
|Psychological Theory & Schools Of Thought
|Welbeck Publishing Group