“The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them.”- Albert Einstein


In the most cases, a coach, as a motivator and advisor, is required when the person is in a transition phase and needs support.

Generally speaking, a coach – is the one, who helps you identify and change those areas of your life which you find unfulfilling or unsatisfactory.

The most common reasons to ask for a coach guidance are:

  • lack of motivation and passion

  • underperformance

  • indetermination

  •  life goals recession

  •  career changes

Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, just as any type of coaching, is a goal-directive process. It is based on adaptation of the techniques of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to coaching, applying it in a non-therapeutic way to the problems of everyday life, to enable individuals to securely and efficiently reach their goals.

Precisely speaking – Cognitive Behavioural Coaching is  a fusion of cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused approaches, goal setting theory, rational emotive therapy and social cognitive theory.

CBC  is a goal-focused and a time-limited way, focused on the present. It is a non-therapeutic approach dealing with non-clinical problems and challenges.

Cognitive Behavioural Coaching  primarily aimed at assisting  individuals in:

  • challenging  regressive beliefs,

  • developing capabilities,

  • enhancing motivation, self worth, problem-solving abilities,

in order to eliminate all possible psychological obstacles which interfere with the effective goal achievement.

Some questions to ask yourself before considering a coaching journey:

Is the improvement of your situation affected by stagnation due to the existing problems?

Do you have a goal besides the intention to solve the problem? What is the priority? Are you unsure about it?

Do you feel you need the independent professional confident guidance and support?  











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