What’s missing from the phrase ‘if at first you don’t succeed try, try again’

The importance of stopping, breathing, resting and recovering in between trying new things on your personal development journey.

Trauma-Informed Training for Coaches

Trauma is a part of every client’s lives. As coaches it is our responsibility to be trauma informed and to know how to safely and ethically work with clients on trauma as they take a coaching journey to improve their lives.

Humour and Trauma Work

A common misconception about trauma processing is it involves sitting talking in hushed tones and crying a lot to heal. This can be part of the journey but does not have to be the whole journey. Humour is a hugely underrated healing tool and with the right client coach relationship can be incredibly powerful at helping a client get great shifts in processing their trauma. It is often the weight of the trauma that makes so many people never want to process it. If humour is available it can open the door to going deep into painful emotions that need to be felt to create healing for the client.