Existential Coaching – Working with Values, Imagery and Narratives

15th November 2018

An existential coach and academic registrar at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling, Sasha will consider how to work with a client’s personal narrative, and how working existentially with imagery can help to uncover tacit knowledge, in turn aiding clients to move forward with renewed energy and vigour.

Categories : Coaching psychology, Faculty talks

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