Nowadays, Coaching has gone from something we only hear about in sports to a topical issue where we see an increasing number of schools, trends and different approaches.

My approach to Coaching is Ontological, which has everything to do with our way of “BEING” and “EXISTING”;during all my years
of practice, I have developed my knowledge of this concept. We cannot divide ourselves;
we are part of a whole in constant “interaction”.

Coaching lives in me like the creation of a space of infinite possibilities, where the process itself only develops in the presence of interaction with those involved.

Each interaction is “unique” therefore in this process there are no specific guidelines,
only those that arise as the right ones for the individual.

In order to make progress we have to INTEGRATE all our parts.

“We receive the past in the present to create our future.”

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“The departure point is where you are here and now.”

“We experience the world as we interpret it.”
– Rafael Echeverría

What do you achieve from a Coaching process?

Our world is made out of our thoughts, our language and our ways of being.

“If you change the way you see and interrelate with things,
they will change for you to create a new reality.”

The definition of ‘madness’ according to Einstein is “to do the same thing and expect different results”.

This somewhat overused phrase is a driver for getting out of the comfort zone and doing things differently. To start to LIVE fully you have to leave the comfort zone which, to be honest, is not
a comfort zone where we are actually comfortable, but a place we are accustomed to.

During the Coaching process you will be surprised by the capacities you never imagined you could have, thereby improving all aspects of your LIFE.

“If I really want to improve my situation, I can work on the one thing over which I have control - ‘MYSELF’.”
– Stephen Covey.

Coaching facilitates the transformation of the beliefs we have to live our lives, becoming aware
of our natural abilities and those habits and patterns that do not allow us to move forward.

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“No problem can be solved

from the same level

of consciousness that created it.”
– Albert Einstein

Focusing and Coaching

What Einstein was trying to say with this phrase is that it would be difficult for us to find an answer to a problem from our current consciousness; Eugene Gendlin (the creator of Focusing) calls it
a blind alleyway in traditional therapy.

“It is not enough to be aware of something to change it.”
Being aware that eating to excess is harmful to our health is not necessarily a reason
for changing the habit.

Focusing invites you to confront this problem from another space, through our body, thereby giving us a greater perspective that will allow you to find the answer.

“A change in the body is worth more than a thousand words.”
– Eugene Gendlin

When we talk about that Coaching facilitates a change in the way we perceive and relate
to ourselves, Focusing comes to be the perfect brace for supporting us during this process.

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“When we integrate Focusing into the therapeutic process,

we do not listen to the client from our ears,

we listen to them from our way of being, our corporeality.”

Training coaches in Focusing

The more I applied Focusing to Coaching and Coaching to Focusing,
I came to realize its potential so ,I developed a special program
for coaches and therapists.

f you are interested in Coaching and Focusing

Contact me if you want to know more about the program. We can do it individually or as a group.

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Having a coach, therapist or companion is not

synonymous with weakness or that something is wrong.

How to choose a coach (therapist)

This is aimed more at exploring personal experiences
that allow you to have a greater understanding, resulting
in emotional wellbeing and deepening our relations,
starting with yourself and life.

Some recommendations:

  1. Trust your intuition to see whether this person is the right one for you.

  2. This person should be congruent and you should be able to see a progress in his/her own processes.

  3. Choose someone whose development has not concluded; you should notice that this person
    has more interest and openness to continue growing.

  4. This person must have a personal process that includes some type of accompaniment, regardless of whether it is called a coach, therapist, supervision group.

We are perfectly imperfect.

“Help the helpers”

I feel that it is a calling to dedicate oneself to personal development as coaches, educators, psychotherapists and any type of therapist; our entire being is involved in this process, not just our learning and skills, which is why we need help with our own processes.

remember when I went to the therapist; I didn't want anyone to see me, even more
so when the therapist in my eyes was perfect.
I felt ashamed at having to ask for help. I felt that she knew something that I didn't, which made me doubt
my own decisions and generate a codependency.

Contact me if you would like me to accompany you on this help process.

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