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Hi, I’m Rebecca-Monique: an ICF accredited (PCC) grief and trauma coach, and coach supervisor. My work is centred around supporting individuals through their healing and growth.
My specialist areas are grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, sense of Self (identity), boundaries and confidence. My modes of coaching are somatic (i.e. embodied awareness) and transformational (i.e. a focus on attitudes, values, beliefs, behaviours, etc.).
I have particular interests in social sciences and human-centred disciplines, including psychology, psycholinguistics, sociology, spirituality and philosophy.
I live in London, UK with my son (who is also blessed with the awesomeness that is hyphenated first names!).
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Hi, I’m Rebecca-Monique – an ICF accredited coach and coach supervisor – and these are my passing thoughts.
We tend to place importance on what others think of us and how we live our lives. But, the two people who matter the most are our 8-year old self and our 80 year old self.
This aphorism is powerful because it unites the past, future and present.
Our 8-year-old represents our inner child. The part of us that deeply wants to be seen, heard, understood, protected and loved. We might ask ourself: Have I become the person I wish I had when I was younger?
We hope that by 80, we would have lived a full life, with minimal regrets and what ifs, And, overflowing with a reservoir of wisdom that we can pay forward.
The dreaded questions at this age would be: Who might I have become, what might I have achieved if I had been more courageous and brave, and truly believed in myself?
Both ages seem so far apart yet children and elders share a simple, refined perspective of life. In between is the messy process of becoming our authentic self and perusing a fulfilling, meaningful life; one where we’re presented with an abundance of opportunities to make these versions of ourself proud.
My two part question for you this week is:
Speak to you next week. Until then, be well.