Session on 15 November 2021 12:00 UTC - View on timetable
As a manager, coach or other helping professional, it’s tough when your best efforts at helping feel ‘stuck’. Whether you prefer to collaboratively face such “stuckness” head-on or figure things out for yourself, two strategies tend to provide fast-action results.
One is to constellate around a ‘search for strengths’… and the other is to work with a supervisor who will help you reconnect with yours. Discover how to hone your craft as a practitioner or shape the skills of a supervisor – join us as we demonstrate some of the hands-on principles which underpin either approach.
Session contact details:
Andrea – Whatsapp/SMS: (+44) 7454006878
Dr Andrea Giraldez-Hayes is Clinical Director of the positive psychology and coaching psychology arm of wellbeing and psychological services clinic with the University of East London’s School of Psychology. A London-based coaching psychologist and supervisor in private practice, she uses creative and arts-based approaches helping individuals and organisations to flourish. Andrea is associate editor of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, the International Coaching Psychology Review, the International Journal of Coaching Psychology and co-editor of Philosophy of Coaching. Always committed to social causes, she regularly works as a volunteer coach for Parent Gym, UpRising, Lon-Art and the Humanitarian Coaching Network.
Max Eames is Clinical Director of the counselling arm of a wellbeing and psychological services clinic with the University of East London’s School of Psychology. A London-based coach and psychotherapist in private practice, he facilitates long-lasting personal transformations for those who recognise the need to challenge both self-defeating behaviours and self-limiting beliefs. Max grew up in California but settled in the United Kingdom after completing an honours degree in Florence, Italy. His varied career includes work as a chartered architect and a restaurateur.