Training and Certification as a coach
The basis of my life-coaching approach comes from co-active coaching by Laura Whitworth and Henry Kimsey-House of the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) from the US, and process work by Arnold and Amy Mindell.
Wholeness, strength and connection are the most important aspects of this. It’s about the opportunities we all have to shape our lives. For example, there are often themes that have to do with:
- Where do you experience your life satisfaction, what does this mean for you?
- Where and how do you experience flow and how do you deal with yourself when this is missing?
- Can your experience really be there?
- How do you learn from both the ups and downs in your life and how do you integrate those experiences?
I draw on my own learning from Buddhism, mind-body work (aikido), integrative work (Hoffman process, working with identity, process work) and transpersonal work (breathing) and relational work (body-oriented relational therapy). On my linked-in profile you can find more about my courses.
Accreditation as a coach, more than 10 years of experience
I have been certified by the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) since 2008 as a certified professional co-active coach (or CPCC).
In addition, Since 2011 I have been accredited by the Dutch Association of Professional Coaches (NOBCO) and the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC).