APPROACH

What if our brain prevented us from being fully connected to our best self? 90% of what we do is orchestrated by our unconscious brain. This unconscious brain wants to do good (ensure our survival), however it does not necessarily use the best possible strategies, nor the ones that are the most aligned with who we truely are. The consequence of this : we sometimes face professional, emotional, relational, existential roadbloacks, to name a few.

However, our brain has the capacity to change, if we show it how. For the last 20 years, I have been exploring the tools and practices allowing us to (re)-connect to our best self – to who we truely are – thus feel, be, act and relate better with ourselves and others (cf. Who Am I?). In order to share these discoveries, I have developed a coaching approach integrating my 10 years experience in research and mnagement, my 20 years of personal development as well as my 10 years of meditative practice. This approach thus bridges science and consciousness. Science because I use and rely on scientifically grounded tools and practices. And consciousness because we explore together how to push the limits of our unconscious brains and develop the all too often unexplored capacities of our conscious minds.

An approach bridging science and consciousness

A holistic approach

Taking into account the whole person, both on an individual basis – in their cognitive (thoughts), emotional (feelings), behavioral (actions) aspects – and a systemic basis – relational, organisational aspects…

A conscious and experiential approach

Learning through practice, during and in between sessions, of tools and practices taken from various disciplines (behavioral, cognitive, meditative etc.), allowing to push beyond the limits of our unconscious brains and develop the unexplored capacities of our conscious mind.

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A scientifically based approach

Grounded in the latest research (cognitive neuroscience and other sciences) in order to facilitate and sustain change, understanding and awareness of self and others.

Examples of tools used

Should we work together?