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Qualifications, Training & Memberships

Coaching

International Teaching Seminars (ITS) Certified Coach
Approved by the Approved Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH) International Coach Federations (ICF)

NLP & Hypnotherapy

Trained by Dr. Richard Bandler NLP Life
Licensed Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming,
Licensed Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming,
Trained by Dr. Richard Bandler and Paul McKenna in
The Secrets of Hypnosis
Trained at The Clinical Hypnosis Institute Inc. Kent College of Hypnotherapy & Associated Therapies;
Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy
Diploma in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy in Relationships
Diploma in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy in The Therapeutic use of Rebirthing,
Diploma in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy – The Inner Dialogue Psychology of our Inner Minds,
Diploma in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy in Past Life Therapy & Regression

Counselling

West Kent College: Basic Counselling skills in Practice, Basic Counselling Theory, and Basic Personal Development

Memberships

The Hypnotherapy Association; member of The UK Hypnotherapy Register
Member of the NHS Directory of Complementary & Alternative Practitioners.
Member of the ICF, International Coach Federation

 

Professional Life and ICF Coaching Standards & Ethics

Professional Life Coaching

Quality coaching will enable you to take stock of your life, explore new options as they arise and make fully conscious and wholehearted choices in all areas of life.  It will help you to explore what you want more or less of, how and who you want to be.
The starting point for any meaningful change is our capacity to observe ourselves, to get to know ourselves better.  I work at your pace, with your agenda and you design the steps that feel right for you. You can accelerate or wait for any changes you may want to experience.  As a professional coach my role is to ask you powerful questions that open up new doors to new ways for you to look at things.  By letting in fresh new air and light, you are inviting in new ways of seeing things and new ways of being.
Together we could uncover what or who you might think is getting in your way. We might even get to see them as opportunities for growth. We will explore your strengths and boundless possibilities.
I will provide a safe and non judgmental, free from opinions space,  where you can explore your thoughts and ideas, enabling you to become aware of your true desires, as I believe that all our answers are within us. Coaching involves a kind of conversation that may feel unfamiliar and I will honor your courage in taking this brave step.

ICF Coaching Ethics

ICF is committed to maintaining and promoting excellence in coaching. Therefore, ICF expects all members and credentialed coaches (coaches, coach mentors, coaching supervisors, coach trainers or students), to adhere to the elements and principles of ethical conduct: to be competent and integrate ICF Core Competencies effectively in their work.
To elicit the best in others ICF Members and coaches are committed to:
Ethical behaviour as the foundation of the coaching profession.
Continued learning In the field of coaching as required.
Search for continued self-awareness, self-monitoring and self-improvement.
Acting and being an ethical individual in all professional interactions.
Full accountability for the responsibility undertaken as an ICF Member and coach.
Complete engagement with and commitment to the coaching profession, setting an example both to the profession overall and to the community.
Uphold the highest standards in a manner that reflects positively on the coaching profession.
Be fully present in each and every interaction in which we engage.
Recognise and abide by the applicable laws and regulations of each country,
Municipality and local governing body.
Provide a safe space for trainers, service providers, coaches and coaches-in- training to learn, excel ethically and strive to become professional coaches of the
Highest caliber.
Embrace diversity and inclusion, and value the richness of our global stakeholders.
In line with the ICF core values and ICF definition of coaching, the Code of Ethics is designed to provide appropriate guidelines, accountability and enforceable standards of conduct for all ICF Members and ICF Credential-holders, who commit to abiding by the following ICF Code of Ethics:
PART ONE: DEFINITIONS:
COACHING; Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential.
ICF COACH; An ICF coach agreed to practice the ICF Core Competencies and pledges accountability to the ICF CODE OF ETHICS.
Professional Coaching Relationship: A professional coaching relationship exists when coaching includes an agreement (including contracts) that defines the responsibilities of each party.
Roles in the Coaching Relationship: In order to clarify roles in the coaching relationship it is often necessary to distinguish between the client and the sponsor. In most cases, the client and sponsor are the same person and are therefore jointly referred to as the client. 
For purposes of identification, however, the ICF defines these roles as follows:
Client The ‘Client/Coachee’ is the person(s) being coached.
Sponsor The ‘sponsor’ is the entity (including its representatives) paying for and/or arranging for coaching services to be provided. In all cases, coaching engagement agreements should clearly establish the rights, roles and responsibilities for both they client and sponsor if the client and sponsor are different people.
Student The ‘student’ is someone enrolled in a coach training program or working with a coaching supervisor or coach mentor in order to learn the coaching process or enhance and develop their coaching skills.
Conflict of Interest A situation in which a coach has a private or personal interest sufficient to appear to influence the objective of his or her official duties as a coach and a professional.

 

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