Coaching Tools to Manage Stress
Do you understand your stress and already have good techniques to manage it?
Do you want to go further and use the stress management tools that coaches or many other professional counsellors or therapists master?
Here are 5 videos that will help you get over the stress wall.
Question and change your perceptions (8'08)
Do you prefer to be right or to be happy ?
“Things are neither good nor bad. but thinking makes it so. We are victims of the narrowness of judgement we pass on the world” wrote William Shakespeare. Here are 5 steps (4 questions and a turnaround) used in coaching that will allow you to shake up some certainties that do not serve you.
Positive visualization and Law of attraction (11'15)
Let’s explain and experience what positive visualization is.
You can practice classical visualization simply to relax and realign when you are tense. You can also practice positive visualization for any future high-stakes event such as a public presentation.
Here is a demonstration with the openness of your 5 senses.
Mindfulness, full-consciousness meditation (9'53)
Mindfulness meditation is the fruit of the encounter between Eastern philosophical tradition (including Buddhist meditation practices) and Western scientific research (especially neuroscience). As early as the 2000s, mindfulness programs were entering the corporate world. What is mindfulness? What are its benefits? And above all, how can it be practiced?
The practice of EFT – Emotional Freedom Technique (9'50)
The goal of EFT is to alleviate the emotional and psychological suffering of individuals.
It is practised through the stimulation of points located on the meridian paths listed by Chinese medicine. In this video I will explain a simplified protocol of EFT and demonstrate its application in a particular situation of work stress.
Self-empathy meditation and mindfulness (17'05)
Practicing self-empathy is to express empathy towards yourself. Being able to look at yourself, talk to yourself, treat yourself with kindness and dare I say the word, with love. In this video I will describe the 5 steps of the practice of self-empathy: 1 welcome what is, 2 position yourself in a benevolent distance, 3 mark a time of silence, 4 let words or actions emerge, 5 take care of yourself.