Positive psychology is a branch of psychology that focuses on the study and promotion of human well-being, happiness, and flourishing. In positive psychology sessions, our coaches explore and cultivate the positive aspects of our client’s life and well-being and use exercises aimed at enhancing positive emotions, building resilience, fostering gratitude, and identifying strengths. For more info, click here.
Life coaching focuses on empowering individuals to achieve their goals and create positive changes in various aspects of their lives. In life coaching sessions our coaches ask powerful questions and work with our clients to help them unlock their potential, maximize their strengths, and lead more fulfilling, purposeful lives. For more info, click here.
Ontological coaching centers on transforming individuals' perceptions and interactions with the world. The main idea is that our way of being shapes our thoughts, emotions, and actions. Ontological coaching sessions typically involve deep and reflective conversations between the coach and the client. For more info, click here.
Coactive coaching is a holistic and client-centered approach to coaching that emphasizes a collaborative partnership between the coach and the client. In coactive coaching sessions, our coaches and clients create actionable plans and strategies to overcome obstacles, leverage strengths, and move towards our client's desired outcomes, while fostering personal growth. For more info, click here.
Positive Intelligence centers around understanding and managing the inner conflicts and negative thought patterns that hinder personal growth and happiness. In Positive Intelligence sessions, our coaches typically utilize a structured program designed by Stanford Professor Shirzad Chamine to increase our clients’ mental fitness and positive mindset. For more info, click here.
Mental fitness coaching focuses on enhancing and optimizing an individual's mental well-being and resilience. Our mental fitness coaches help clients identify and overcome challenges related to stress, anxiety, self-doubt, and other mental barriers that may be hindering personal growth and performance. For more info, click here.