Psychology of Lasting Change
For many, the field of psychology is shrouded in mystery and approached with a degree of trepidation. Yet, in essence, it is no more than an aggregate of disciplined approaches to understanding the true nature of why we are who we are and why we do the things we do, sometimes against our own better judgment.
As a professional coach, I carefully apply a Jungian lens through which to clarify both personal and collective challenges, and in turn, facilitate much-improved outcomes. Whether an individual or organization, you can learn to meet challenges thoughtfully rather than reactively. Enhanced awareness and purpose transforms personal and work-life.
The journey of transformation starts with understanding what is going on under the surface, then learning how new approaches produce new results. This is an affirming process that evolves from a positive one-off experience into long-term sustainable change.
Rather than rely on "quick fixes" that only engender superficial and short-lived results, our collaboration moves us to a point of mutual authenticity and sets the tone for future change. The process frees us from illusory strategies and unconscious game-playing that drain resources and block effectiveness. This can be hard work but the rewards are worth it.