I trained as a coach in 2014 through The Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in the Co-Active Model. CTI is a pioneer in the coaching profession and is known worldwide for the quality of coaches their program produces. The Co-Active approach to coaching is “a tried-and-true approach that provides a powerful process for engaging with others and is supported by current scientific research. [The CTI] program is built on the cornerstone that we are all naturally creative, resourceful and whole and that we all possess the capacity for knowing what is best for ourselves. From this place, the Co-Active Coach comes from a place of authentic being, listening and encouragement, to uncover the best in oneself and others.” (www.coactive.com)
I am a registered member and a certified coach (Associate Certified Coach or ACC) with the International Coaching Federation. As an ICF certified coach I follow a set of professional ethics & standard of conducts. You can find these and other guidelines on the website of the International Coach Federation: https://coachfederation.org/icf-ethics/.
As an ICF certified coach I am committed to ongoing professional development in my field. I have done further training in coaching with couples, partnerships, and teams through CRR Global (www.crrglobal.com) in the Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) model.