Life Coaching

Life Coaching based on CE principles.
Life Coaching services by CE professionals (conductors, CE teachers) are different from consulting, mentoring, advice, therapy, or counseling. However, in respect of CE principals, it is an amalgamation all of those above.
The coaching process addresses the individual’s specific personal life and facilitates his emotional, social and physical conditions in need. It conducts the person with ( often complex) disabilities to overcome everyday life difficulties by examining what is going on right now, discovering what obstacles or challenges might be, and choosing a course of action to make everyday life easier.

Life Coaching is a deep relationship between conductor coach and the individual where the coaching relationship continually gives adequate support for the client. The client is the only expert in his life who truly knows who he is and what he needs. He is the only expert who can recognize what will work for him however, the CE coach simply has the expertise to facilitate the process. The coach helps discover what the “best” might be. These choices may range from profound to trivial and each one has an effect that makes our lives more fulfilling or less fulfilling, more balanced or less balanced, that make our process of living more effective or less effective. Life coaching helps to learn how to make choices that create an effective, balanced and fulfilling life.

Conductors are highly trained in many aspects of life with disabilities. The life coach addresses the following areas:

  •  Life confidence
  •  Be legally visible
  •  Physical existence
  •  Self & identity – surviving with having a disability
  •  Self-worth & self-esteem
  •  Self-determination: to be listened to, to make decisions
  •  Self-care
  •  How to get other help
  •  Community life & relationships
  •  Money
  •  Career, searching for workplaces that work, employment
  •  Juggling a life
  •  Living purposefully
  •  Managing negative emotions; anger, frustration, stress, managing grief, loss,    sadness, and change
  •  Parenting
  •  Housekeeping, environmental activism, and permaculture
  •  Artists – creativity & art
  •  Food, nutrition, & optimal health