Life Coaching Programs

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Life Coaching Programs can be beneficial if you are:

Whether you feel like you are stuck in a dead end relationship, or feel like you are not able to maximize your potential at work, we all feel frustrated and held back in life at times. But there are ways to counter that, and regain control of your life and be happy. The life coaching programs focus on the following aspects:
 Understand one's personal goals, dreams, and above all your 'Self'
☆ Evaluate and reevaliate your life and career planning
☆ Construction of evidence based goal-setting programs for your happiness, health, and success

Emotional health is central to your success and health. Life can be difficult and stressful, but with the righ guidance we can all larn to cope with those difficulties (stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, etc.). The life coaching programs focuses on the following areas:

☆ How to deal with failiure and difficulties of life
☆ How to manage and cope with our life stressors
☆ Strategies and techniques that keeps our life stressors minimized
☆ Behavioural strategies that increases our coping resources

Our overall health is a direct indicator of our potential to succeed in any aspect of life. Unfortunately, life in the 21st centruy is fast-paced, ruthlessly competitive, and it is often that our health is what we often choose to compromise over many other things. With so much going on in our lives, it's easy to overlook our dietary and health needs. The life coaching programs are focused on the following areas:

☆ Dietary plans approved by certified dietitians
☆ Strategies to maintain a healthy diet
☆ Looking after your health indicators
☆ Preventive health measures
☆ Physical activies programs to maintain your health

Whether you are grieving over the loss of a loved one, lost a job, or struggling with any other kind of accute trauma, there are lots of ways you can bounce back and improve your situation. Dealing with trauma is a process, and it is important to process your pain properly as you go through the stages of that process. The life coaching program emphasizes on each of these steps, teaching clients various evidence based coping mechanisms to help them overcome their struggles effectively.


Know Yourself

Despite evident potential, many of us often feel stressed or dissatisfied with life because of our lack of understanding of who we are. The human mind is complex and dymanic, and at times understanding our own desires and goals are the most difficult of them all. The life coaching program is aimed at helping you understand the most difficult part of you - You.

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Mental and Emotional Health

A central concern of the life coaching program is to educate clients about symptoms of various forms of mental and emtional health problems and empower them with various self-help tools and strategies to prevent and cope with such problems.

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Stress is a natural physiological response of the body that is triggered by external environmental stimuli or events, normally something that is perceived as threat by the primitive part of our brain (amygdala).

Stress prepares our body for immidiate action, popularly known as the fight or flight respons. For example, if you see a crocodile on the loose, your sympathetic nervous system will cause an increase to the blood flow, glucose level, perspiration, and heart rate, essentially enabling you to run for your life immidiately.

While a certain amount of stress may be desired and has have been proven to be beneficial for our survival for millions of years, excessive or chronic stress is recognized as a psychological pain by medical science.

Unlike prehistoric times, modern humans do not face frequent life threatening situations like dangerous predators or acute disasters, but the brain responds the same way anytime it perceives a threat. For example, in a modern day situation, if your boss yells at you or if you are about to miss your homework deadline, your brain will prepare the body the same way as if you are about to run from a crocodile - that is, increased blood, heart rate, glucose, and extra energy for robust physical action. But you won't be using that extra energy because you cannot physically attack your homework or your boss.  Hence, all the extra energy will go unused, creating a physiological imbalance in your system, effectively making you tired or exhausted aftewards.

Chronic stress has been associated with various health problems, such as anxiety, depression, heart diseases, headaches, high blood pressure, skin rashes, and loss of sleep.

Prevention and treatments: While there is no definitive treatment or cure for stress, nor would you want to eliminate stress from your life altogether, but you can certainly learn to cope with it, and manage stress in a way to use it to your advantage without allowing it become harmful.

1. Understand what stress is and how it works

2. Improve your physiological capacity by improving your fitness levels, and overall health, Some common ways to achieve that is by eating healthy, adequate sleeping, and visiting the doctor when needed,

3. Increase your coping ability by improving your mental capacity and resilience. Yoga, meditation, and relaxation exercises can help improve your capacity to cope with stress or stressful situations.

4. Avoid or manage stressful situations where possible. You cannot quit your job or give up school just because they are potentially stressful. But you can do your part to minimize the risks of being stressed, such as, manage your time well, and reshuffle your priorities, so you are never late for work or a deadline, or avoid behaviours that promotes stressful situations, such as aggression.

Anxiety is an emotion characterized by symptoms and responses very similar to stress. However, the key difference is that stress is a response to fear from an immediate perceived threat, and anxiety is a response from an anticipated fear about a perceived threat in the future.

For example, if you were terminated from your previous work for negligence, let’s say someone got injured because you forgot to put the ‘wet floor’ sign after spilling some liquid on the floor. This may cause you to feel anxious in your future roles in different ways. Next time you start working at a new workplace, you may start to panic frantically over a minor mistake, such as spilling some water on the table or breaking a stapler. Here, you are not really responding to the immediate threat (that is splining few drops of water or breaking the stapler), you are fearful about the consequences of your mistake in the future, such as, losing your job again, or going through various forms of economic hardships as a result.

When people form anxiety disorder, they tend to develop a sense of doom – the mere sight or thought of specific objects or ideas can trigger their anxiety. A survivor of a shark attack could be afraid of ever entering a swimming pool again, or the very word ‘sea’, or pretty much anything that reminds them of sharks. This process can often be very spontaneous and it’s very important to intervene and get professional help before it gets too bad.

Much like stress, anxiety is highly associated with various health problems and illnesses, such as sleep disorders, depression, type 2 diabetes, digestive problems, fatigue, high blood pressure, muscle and joint pains, cardiorespiratory problems, and coronary heart diseases.

Prevention and treatments:

Unlike stress, anxiety has a bigger cognitive component and involves various thought processes. This provides therapists a greater opportunity to intervene using cognitive methods. A common pattern among people suffering from various types of anxiety is the formulation of irrational thoughts or fear. One way to intervene is to understand the antecedent of such fear and rationalize them where possible. For example, a therapist may try to help a client understand that the likelihood of being attacked by a shark in a swimming pool is very low, and a client shouldn’t be afraid of losing his/her job for mistakenly breaking an inexpensive stapler. The intervention techniques may vary in terms of levels of intensity starting from talk therapy or cognitive behaviour therapy, to more radical approaches such as hypnosis or rapid eye movement therapy.

And much like stress, effects and symptoms of anxiety disorder can be reduced by maintaining a healthy diet, regular exercise, and a positive approach to life.

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Health and Wellbeing

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Unleash your Potential and find your Inner Peace

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Whether you are a high school or college student who wants to keep your career options open, a university student who is unsure of the right major, or a graduate student not sure of the direction you should take next, there is something for everyone in the academic counselling program.

It is very important to understand who you are. If you don't you will be confused and you would probably pursue something in life that is not suitable for you. 

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“The scope of one’s personality is defined by the magnitude of that problem which is capable of driving a person out of his wits.”
― Sigmund Freud

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