Coach Brussels – Rixensart – Elisabeth Meinertzhagen
Getting to know yourself better to better manage your stress
After several years as a professional in marketing, communication and event organization in Rome, I changed my professional focus when I returned to Belgium in 2011. A training in MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) opened my eyes to the importance of the culture of personal alignment and self-respect in the development of well-being. My innate listening capacity and empathy, naturally led me to coaching.
Today, I’m a trainer in stress prevention and sustainable well-being development in addition to being an ACC – ICF Coach (International Coach Federation) for private and corporate clients wishing to get out of the stress spiral or simply to take stock and “realign” themselves.
If you notice that stress is nagging at you and making your life miserable, that you feel the need to slow down and take back control of your life, now is the time to act! Indeed, awareness and the desire to take charge of things are “THE” starting points for your change thanks to coaching.
Coaching processes include an average of 6 sessions, scheduled every 2 to 3 weeks. This pragmatic and targeted approach is totally adapted to your needs and respectful of your pace. Step by step, the process will allow you to progress towards the achievement of your goal, thanks to awareness, exercises and action plans.
I work in Rixensart or at the Maison du Mieux-Être in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, in a warm, relaxed and caring setting. My approach is based on certified trainings and several years of practice and is mainly inspired by neuroscience, NLP, Process Communication, emotional intelligence and Transactional Analysis. I also enjoy working with mindfulness and somatic coaching, as these approaches have the common characteristic of allowing the body to express itself. I accompany my clients in French, English, Italian and Dutch face to face and via Skype.
Examples of themes covered in the sessions:
- understanding the individuality of stress
- how to tame “my” stress
- my energy balance
- identification and respect of our values and fundamental needs based on our personality
- time and priority management, organization
- emotion management
- relationship and conflict management; assertiveness
- the 4 Toltec agreements
- support for professional reintegration after burn-out
- tips, tricks and easy tools for managing stress