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Making relationships better through coaching, mediation, and facilitation

Few things compare to a meaningful connection with another human being. Our innate desire to belong and to be accepted is the main driving force for forging relationships with romantic partners, friends, family members, and colleagues. Research also shows that strong relationships are good for our health and overall well-being and reduce stress. Conversely, the breakdown of a relationship of any kind can cause untold heartache and often these wounds take years to heal.
Various reasons such as infidelity, dishonesty, different values and beliefs, and the inability to resolve conflict result in strained relationships. The only way to save, improve or sever ties amicably is communication. This is where Steph has had major success in her career spanning 30 years. She has been making relationships better between divorced parents and children, spouses and partners, leaders and their teams, and colleagues.
Steph uses her practical experience and training in various coaching modalities to guide her clients gently yet confidently to reach their goals.

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Welcome, March!!!

Have you read my latest Blog # 8:

“Where I come from is important…But where I am going to matters even more.”

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Blog no 9

Workshops

05 June 2019 – Introduction to Time To Think Masterclass (JHB)

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How Steph works with relationships

Few things compare to a meaningful connection with another human being. Our innate desire to belong and to be accepted is the main driving force for forging relationships with romantic partners, friends, family members, and colleagues. Research also shows that strong relationships are good for our health and well-being and reduce stress.
Conversely, the breakdown of a relationship of any kind causes heartache and a general feeling of unwellness.
Steph uses her practical experience and training in various coaching modalities to guide her clients gently yet confidently in the direction of their goals. She provides a supportive, confidential space where you do the work. Her super power is that she builds excellent rapport with clients of all ages and backgrounds.

Read more about Steph.

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