|Date||12 May 2022|
|Price||£25 +VAT (FREE to Coaching Centre Members)|
Have you ever felt lost and helpless when faced with clients you don’t understand or those who are aggressive and critical of you? Do you have clients who are micro-managers with perfectionistic tendencies? Or those who seem self-aggrandising? How can you help someone who lacks confidence and assertiveness?
Schema work helps you deeply understand your clients and, more importantly, tailor your coaching sessions to create long-lasting transformations.
We will discuss transference, the 18 schemas, schema modes, and the idea of core needs. Finally, you will be given strategies and exercises that you can start using with your clients immediately.
Who Should Attend?
This is for anyone who wants to deepen their coaching work with an evidence-based psychological model and practical strategies. In particular, coaches who are interested in helping clients to eradicate problems at their roots.
Imi Lo is a psychotherapist, art therapist, and consultant for emotionally intense and highly sensitive people. She is the author of Emotional Sensitivity and Intensity, available in multiple languages, and The Gift of Intensity. Imi specialises in emotional intensity, high sensitivity, giftedness, complex trauma, and personality disorders.
She is also qualified as a schema therapist, philosophical counsellor, mentalisation-based therapist, supervisor, and mindfulness teacher.
She founded Eggshell Therapy and Coaching, where she works with intense people from around the world.
“Imi has an incredible wealth of knowledge and talent in her subject areas, and she shared it with us in a totally accessible way that felt inclusive and respectful at all times. Her humility, compassion and warmth blended with her expertise and professionalism throughout. It was a thoroughly enjoyable and informative learning experience.”Lesley C, London
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