Certified by the International Coaching Federation

My coaching approach is based on the Positive Psychology Coaching Training program I have completed which is accredited by the International Coaching Federation.

Positive psychology coaching (PPC) is a scientifically rooted approach to enhance and apply strengths, improve performance, and achieve valued personal and professional goals.

 

Personalised 1:1 coaching sessions 

Key topics:

  • I want to live up to my full potential
  • I want to change (my job, my career, my life)
  • I want to become more self-confident
  • I want to figure out my next steps
  • I want more meaning in my life
  • I want to achieve a goal

 

Leadership Trainings

Key Topics:

  • Inclusive Leadership
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Change Management
  • Effective Feedback

Key Clients

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How (Positive Psychology) Coaching has helped me

As I had to go through a lot of ups and downs, as well as many changes in my life, I realized that just by solving my problems did not make me as satisfied as I expected. It made my life easier, yes, but happiness did not ensue. I investigated more, in order to satiate both my professional and personal needs and I came across the science of Positive Psychology. I found out that while Clinical Psychology focuses on what’s wrong and needs fixing, Positive Psychology focuses on enhancing what’s right. That was my turning point. I decided to pursue this Positive Psychology Coaching Training I was telling you about.

Positive psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living (Seligman & Csikszentmihalyi, 2000) and teaches ways to bring more meaning and joy in our lives. Isn’t it great news that optimism can be developed, gratitude can be cultivated, love can be nurtured, and courage can be built?

All things are difficult before they are easy

I was not very courageous, until I had to be. I dared to face some painful family issues, change jobs that did not fulfil me and leave Greece, my home, at the age of 27 to join my husband (at the time boyfriend) in Hungary. We ended up staying there for more than 2 years before deciding to leave for Madrid to pursue our postgraduate degrees. A couple of years later my expatriate adventure continues. This time in Switzerland. At least for now.

During all these years, I have been working zealously on identifying what kind of opportunities and learnings exist in each place and situation. Intercultural sensitivity, resilience, and resourcefulness were definitely among some of my greatest life lessons. Change can be difficult and even scary, but with change comes opportunity. And opportunity will present itself as long as you’re willing to be brave enough to assume responsibility.

Are you ready?

Feel free to book a complimentary 30-minute call to discuss your needs.

Do you have questions?  Feel free contact me and I will get back to you with my answers as soon as possible.