In this episode of the Animas Podcast, experienced coach Teresa Wilson talks about her work coaching in prisons, sharing reflections and insights from coaching in this unique environment. She also talks about the importance of authenticity and our ‘true selves’ in the coaching space, as well as discussing her current book project which focuses on the relationship between creativity and coaching.
Teresa is a very experienced coach, having delivered over 700 coaching hours to more than 100 clients. Much of this work has been delivered in prisons, as she has a passionate belief that everyone should have access to the life-changing potential of coaching, and that if the most vulnerable in our society can make positive changes in their lives then the ripple effects of those changes benefit us all.
Categories : Working as a coach
Understanding Social Impact: In Conversation With Animas Social Impact Volunteer Orestis Leontaritis
How we come to define and understand social impact for ourselves, and in wider society, has seen a flurry of conversation in recent years. Social impact can be ever changing and deeply personal to the individual who is looking to enact positive change. I sat down with fellow Animas social…
Categories: Social Impact
In this lecture, existential coach (MA), positive psychologist (MSc) and Animas graduate Yannick Jacob explores what it takes to live a happier and more fulfilled life and what positive psychological science may contribute to the process. He also looks at how we as coaches may deal with clients who are…
Robert Stephenson sat down with Lilian Flynn to talk about some of the amazing experiences and projects she has been involved with since completing her Animas Diploma in Transformational Coaching a year ago. Lilian talks about: Getting client referrals, setting up her own company, youth coaching in schools, developing emotional…