In today’s modern high pressure world in which we live it is very difficult to de-stress.
What do you use at the end of each day to relax
Counselling can be an effective way in giving people the skills to cope and more importantly to make your life meaningful. Coaching as well can be seen as an invaluable tool of educating people in their day to day lives and in their working environment.
We know that the job market continues to be very challenging & stressful. This is why it becomes more important to maintain a supportive loving home life.
The line between both becomes somewhat blurred. What I would like to concentrate on here is to state that as a life coach one presents future solution focused, short-term, structured approach.
It is goal oriented and looks at the present and a future aspect of the clients working life (predominantly). This does not dwell on the psychological side of the person.
The Registered counsellor on the other hand in addition to the above, can look at a more broader scope of the clients life – in keeping with the academic training, internship and ongoing supervision. We as Registered counsellors are registered with Board of Healthcare Funders as well as the HPCSA by which the invoices/receipts we issue can be claimed by yourselves from your respective medical aids. If you do not belong to a medical aid then it is advisable to retain and submit with your Income Tax return.
We are often bombarded with statistics regarding the breakdown of marriages. There are many reasons cited for this happening, but your main goal is to ensure you don’t become one of those statistics.
Counselling can be seen as a productive journey involving you, your partner, and possibly your family together with the Counsellor as being the players of this journey, with the main aim being the restoration of sound family relationships.
The emphasis of my brief would be to assist you in bringing back harmony, and “fun” which your relationship initially enjoyed.