Coach, Therapist Liège – Giovannina Fornieri

Coach, Therapist Liège – Giovannina Fornieri

I would have liked to escape the cliché of the teacher who says he never left school, but I have to admit that I somehow belong to this category. To the child that I was, if I was asked what I wanted to become later, I already answered “teacher”.

When I started kindergarten at age five, I didn’t know a single word of French. However, I learned it very quickly. These experiences of approaching the language of the other and its mode of operation, although trivial for some, turned out to be quite decisive for my future because I subsequently understood the importance of communication with others and the influence this can have on their socialization.

My entry into the professional world was my commitment to Saint François-Xavier College in 1990. It is to this Jesuit establishment where I work today, no longer as a teacher, but as assistant director, that I owe my personal learning of rigor (even if my natural and probably “slightly Mediterranean” exuberance still persists). It was in this school that I made my debut as a language teacher and completed my basic pedagogical training.

Around the age of 40, my career was floundering. I then decided to go back to school to become an adult trainer. So I followed these courses for three years at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve. I think it was a real turning point in my life. I then trained teachers for six years. The idea of becoming a coach was already beginning to germinate.
I then decided to change lanes again. You see, changes don’t scare me. I took school management training and became deputy headmistress. I tried this function in two other schools before returning to mine where I am appointed today.

In my daily work, I support teachers with all sorts of issues that are not always related to teaching. It’s more like a human resources job. This is how I understood that I could help other people in other areas and accompany them in their choice of life thanks to my great experience.

Recently, I then resumed training as a coach at IFAPME Liège. Today I am there. I am at your service to help you either to reorient yourself, whatever your age, or to see more clearly in your life, or to support you in the choices you will make.

I look forward to meeting you !

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Psychotherapy sessions

What is fascinating in many of our psychotherapy sessions, is the relatively limited time that is needed before the therapists understands your problem and has a clear picture of it. When you come to your consultation session and tell your therapist about your problem, we will first of all consider together how this problem occurs, where it comes from and the impact it has on you and your life.

A first consult

There is never a good or a bad time to take that first step and make contact with a therapist.

Whatever your problem, your worry or simply your desire to speak or to be listened to, you can call any of our therapists whenever you feel the need. It is your desire and your need that are at the heart of this process.

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