Kate chats with qualified life coach, natural horsemanship instructor and secondary school teacher Helen O’Hanlon. In this discussion, they cover a variety of topics including cognitive behavioural coaching, mindfulness and positive psychology.
Helen is a fully qualified life coach, natural horsemanship instructor and secondary school teacher, and lives in County Cork, Ireland. She is a member of the Association of Coaches, The British Psychological Society and a member of the Teaching Council. She holds two first-class honours Masters in Education and Coaching Psychology from University College Cork.
Helen specialises in the areas of confidence, resilience, and problem-solving. In her practice, she uses a wide range of approaches; including cognitive behavioural coaching, mindfulness, positive psychology, and bodywork. Having suffered from confidence issues as a result of a fall in 2006, Helen has huge empathy and understanding for clients who find they are dealing with confidence issues.
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