Coaching is essentially a transformative conversation. Aiming to: shed light on obstacles, reveal options, and dismantle outdated and unhelpful thoughts/rules/'truths'.
A conversation that usually leaves us with more insight, capacity, and access to our genuine personal resources.
Is a process that is a mix of coaching, and 'passed on' experience and knowledge.
Some moments may be like training, or consultation where you ask questions.
The three areas Julia is most often asked for mentoring are in neurodiversity, business, and parenting.
For adults and children, this is a safe, low-pressure, supported, relational and healing practice.
Many of us, and especially Neurodivergent individuals 'carry' the impacts of past experiences.
Without having to explain or explore in words, Therapeutic Play helps us release the energy and burden of those experiences, without the risk of re-traumatising.
Occasionally useful for everyone, and often useful to individuals and families early in their neurodivergence journey.
Receiving and understanding a diagnosis can help us. Or it can leave us with more questions, undermine our sense of self, or both.
Understanding how our brain and neurology work in relation to our health, environment, and social interactions, can help us make sense of our experience, instincts, and options.