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RESISTANCES
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SOCIAL CONTEXT
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Fear of Success
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Physics - Energy, Power & Work
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Mind Maps with GoConqr
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MOTIVATION DIRECTION (NLP)
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Rise Above Coaching
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Procrastination
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Improving TIME MANAGEMENT
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ACTIVE LISTENING
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Labelling Placing superficial diagnostic categories on clients and their behaviour
Humouring Trying to make clients feel better, yet not acknowledging their true feelings
Interrogating Using questions in ways that threaten clients, with unwanted probing
Over-interpreting Offering explanations that come from your own internal viewpoint and that bear little similarity to client's thoughts
THE CORE CONDITIONS (DEFINITION) CREATE A CLEAR FRAMEWORK FOR ESTABLISHING A WARM TRUSTING RELATIONSHIP
THE CORE CONDITIONS ARE:- EMPATHY CONGRUENCE UNCONDITIONAL POSITIVE REGARD
V.A.P.E.R. five dimensions of voice messages: volume / articulation / pitch / emphasis / rate
VICARIOUS TRAUMATISATION the cumulative build up of clients' trauma, fear, abuse, etc. on the coach, and affecting the coach's perspective
Blaming Assigning responsibility for what happens to clients in a finger-pointing way
Moralising Telling clients how they should behave
SWOT Analysis of: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats
Core Beliefs Core beliefs are the most basic assumptions about our identity and place in the world. They are the deep-seated beliefs, generally developed during childhood and it is precisely because they develop at such a formative time in our development that we rarely think to question these beliefs as adults
Laddering an interviewing technique where a seemingly simple response to a question is pushed by further step-questions in order to find subconscious motives or core beliefs
ANTS "Automatic Negative Thoughts"
Behaviour Drivers the messages given to us by our parents as to how to be ok with them, such as 'Be Perfect'; 'Please me' etc. There are 5 (or 6).
Belief System the unconscious life plan derived from early experiences that govern the way we live our life
Chronic Stress The response to emotional pressure suffered for a prolonged period over which an individual perceives he or she has no control.
Cognitive Empathy simply knowing how the other person feels and what they might be thinking; sometimes called perspective-taking
Compassion Fatigue Physical, emotional and spiritual exhaustion from caring for others over a sustained period, also known as 'Secondary Post Traumatic Stress Disorder'
'Secondary Post Traumatic Stress Disorder' Also known as 'Compassion Fatigue'. Physical, emotional and spiritual exhaustion from caring for others over a sustained period
Congruence All parts of the person are in total alignment with what they are doing at that moment
Congruence All parts of the person are in total alignment with what they are doing at that moment
Discounts The choice to respond to a situation by discounting yourself, someone else, or the situation itself
Disputing Standing back from negative thinking and examining it in an objective way; asking questions that 'dispute' the thoughts behind the troubling emotion
Drivers Behaviour Drivers; the messages given to us by our parents as to how to be ok with them, such as 'Be Perfect'; 'Please me' etc.
Emotional Empathy when a person feels physically along with the other person, as though their emotions were contagious
Emotional Hijacking The process where we react emotionally so swiftly to a situation before we have time to think
Emotional Intelligence The ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional knowledge
Empathy the power of understanding and imaginatively entering into another person's feelings; different from sympathy
Empathic Concern the power of understanding and imaginatively entering into another person's feelings; different from sympathy
EQ Emotional Intelligence Quotient
Procrastination the act of procrastinating; putting off or delaying or defering an action to a later time
Cortisol hormone manufactured in the adrenal glands and released in response to stress
Adrenaline (ka Epinephrine) is a hormone and a neurotransmitter- has many functions in the body, regulating heart rate, blood vessel and air passage diameters, and metabolic shifts; epinephrine release is a crucial component of the fight-or-flight response of the sympathetic nervous system
Epinephrine Alternate name for 'Adrenaline'
Melatonin A hormone that is produced by the pineal gland in response to darkness, and is intimately involved in regulating the sleeping and waking cycles, among other processes
Serotonin a naturally occurring chemical in the brain (neurotransmitter) that is responsible, in part, for regulating brain functions such as mood, appetite, sleep, and memory.
Neurotransmitters chemicals released from a nerve cell which thereby transmit an impulse from a nerve cell to another nerve, muscle, organ, or other tissue. A neurotransmitter is a messenger of neurologic information from one cell to another.
Alexithymia Alexithymia is a maladaptive psychological disorder characterized by the inability to identify and verbally describe emotions and feelings in oneself as well as in others
Amygdala The area of the brain which is the centre of emotion. There are two - one on each side
Anhedonia The inability to experience pleasure from activities usually found enjoyable, e.g. exercise, hobbies, sexual activities or social interactions
Anticipatory Scanning Identifying in advance cues, such as body language or other signals in a client, so as to be prepared
Adrenal Fatigue (Hypoadrenia) A deficiency in the functioning of the Adrenal glands
Hypoadrenia (Adrenal fatigue) hypo = lower. A deficiency in the functioning of the Adrenal glands
Adrenal Glands Situated on top of each kidney - size of a walnut/weight of a grape - main regulators of hormones in the body
Alexithymic Relating to or a person suffering from Alexithymia (the inability to identify and verbally describe emotions and feelings in oneself as well as in others)
PPD Postpartum Depression (postnatal)