Personal Work/Life Coaching
Coaching is for individuals who are not in distress but who want to proactively manage a transition in their career/life, increase life and/or work satisfaction or work towards achieving personal or professional goals.
Research from the fields of Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology has identified a number of benefits associated with undertaking a
structured evidence-based personal work/life coaching program, including:
Increased Life Satisfaction
Increased Work Satisfaction
Improved Mental Health
Enhanced Work/Life Experience
Increased Well-Being (Happiness)
Increased Goal Striving & Goal Attainment
Coaching takes the form of a conversation based on a process of Appreciative Inquiry and is solution focused. Generally the coach will work with the client for 3 – 12 months on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis depending on the client’s individual goals and needs. In between sessions the client actively works on enacting change. The first session is always face-to-face but subsequent sessions can be either in person or by telephone.
You may sign up for a set number of sessions over a set period and pay in advance or you can pay for each session of coaching as you go, over what ever period of time is necessary for you to achieve your goals.
Sessions generally take place at the Positive Transitions consultation room at 38 Ken Tubman Drive, Maitland. Sessions at other locations attract additional fees based on travel time.
Why choose a Coaching Psychologist?
Firstly Coaching Psychologists are registered psychologists. They are bound by the Code of Ethics of the Psychologists Registration Board
Secondly Coaching Psychologists have specialist post graduate tertiary qualifications in Coaching Psychology.
A Coaching Psychologist will have a minimum of 5 years university training in the workings of the human mind and human behaviour, in addition to work/life experience.
Private Health Fund Rebates may apply.
At Positive Transitions we provide Focused Psychological Strategies for individuals who are experiencing Depression, Anxiety, Stress or Adjustment Issues. We will work with you to assist you to improve your well-being and reduce your sypmtoms. Our goal is to help you to be happier, more relaxed and enjoy life more.
You do not need a doctors referral to be seen by a Psychologist. However if you have a referral from your GP under a Mental Health Care Plan you will be eligible for a Medicare rebate that will subsidise the cost of 12 sessions within a calender year.
Private Health Fund rebates may also be applicable.