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Mentors as facilitators of learning

Image Credit: clarathecoach.com The Alhambra, Granada, May 2016

An interesting discussion broke out on a call this week about mentees who don’t bring anything to talk about to their mentoring session.   332 more words

The Positivity of Humility.

Brother Patrick Nora, M.Afr, from Ghana but based in Tanzania gave us a spiritual and illuminating retreat in Kasama from May 8 till 16, 2017. … 2,585 more words

Qualities of the effective coach - a way of being

Image Credit: clarathecoach.com View from Knocknarea, County Sligo, August 2016

Carl Rogers, the eminent American psychologist, is perhaps best known for the person-centred approach, which he applied not only to his therapy work but to education too in the form of student-centred learning. 285 more words

People and Sunsets....

…People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don’t find myself saying, “Soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner.” I don’t try to control a sunset. 57 more words


The Type of Love that is Healing in the Therapeutic Relationship

Some authors who have written on the topic of love in relation to working therapeutically with clients have been very clear about the different types of love. 923 more words

Practice, makes as good as possible

Practice = the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method as opposed to theories about such application or use.

There’s no mention of the word “perfect” here. 768 more words


New adventures in writing

I’ve been very quiet on here lately, and this is partly because I’ve had to make some decisions to make – about my career and my writing. 624 more words