Integrative coaching helps clients examine and observe the dis-harmonies of our personality – the shadow and the ego – in order to do deep personal change work. In this episode Jenny Devine, PCC shares her experience as a fully qualified integrative coach, explaining the Jungian foundations for practice and gives helpful tips on how to use these ideas.
Broadcast date: 24th October, 2014
1. Jenny’s website is www.jennydevine.co.nz
2.The Ford Institute www.thefordinstitute.com
3. Christian de Quincey www.christiandequincey.com/
4.David Eagleman wrote the book “Incognito”
5. The Shadow Effect – the movie and book www.theshadoweffect.com/
6.Debbie Fords best seller was “The Dark Side of the Light Chasers”
7. Our upcoming events pages www.frazerholmes.com/events
Robert is an expert in the science of human behaviour and performance enhancement with a passion for neurology, leadership and the psychology of potential. He believes it is important to bring hard science to coaching, and that coaching practices be evidence based and research backed. Robert is a founding partner at Frazer, Holmes Coaching and current Director of Brand and Marketing for the International Coach Federation Australasia (ICFA). Robert is a professionally certified coach (PCC) with over 20 years of business experience and an ICF Accredited Mentor Coach. He is an Associate at the National Speaker's Association, a member of the Coaching Psychology interest group at the APS, a certified Action Learning Coach, a Member of the Australian Institute of Management Consultants.
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