What is the Neuro-Activ Coaching® method?
The short of it is this… the Neuro-Activ Coaching® method is based on identifying and modifying neural pathways. It’s our neurology that manages our feelings, behaviours, and habits. The method was developed in France by Florent Fusier; I’ve adapted the content for English speaking audiences.
How do my clients benefit?
Everyone learns at their own pace and in their own way. From 30,000 feet above, life may seem like a series of decisions (reactions) and consequences (outcomes), that present more decisions and consequences until the end of our journey on this plane of existence, but when you look closer at day-to-day experiences, they appear as a series of events (change) that bring about new and sometimes recurring challenges for us to face.
The events may seem out of our control, but that is an illusion. How you react or decide your next course of action isn’t predetermined, but can be heavily influenced by the way you perceive your environment, your surroundings, your options, and even your conception of right and wrong.
The Neuro-Activ methodology provides a framework to improve yourself and your life by taking stock of what’s true and what you’ve convinced yourself is true. The latter toxifies your life as a set of limiting beliefs responsible for influencing many of your decisions over time, ultimately becoming an obstacle to attaining a sense of fulfillment and enjoyment.
The primary benefit of my approach is uncovering a better version of you.
Why is this approach called Neuro-Activ?
Everything you learn and experience is recorded by your brain as neural pathways. The more you repeat steps or actions, the stronger these pathways become.
For example, when you first learned how to drive a car, you may have been overwhelmed with the details. But today, with practice, driving becomes second nature.
This approach determines what activates your neural pathways. Together, we work to modify and reboot those pathways so they better reflect the person you are today.
What’s my role in all of this?
I’m your personal guide, your wise advocate, helping you see your life from a clearer perspective by helping you identify and deconstruct the limiting beliefs that cloud your judgement and bring about negative outcomes. I will teach you to negotiate life with a strong sense of self, looking at challenges through lenses of truth rather than limiting beliefs, allowing you to make better decisions, which result in positive outcomes.
Although some of the work you undertake may be unpleasant, my approach provides the support you need to stay invested in your journey, as we work to refocus your energy to build new neural pathways and disrupt old patterns.
I want to help you become a firm believer in the better future that awaits you.
Out with the old, in with the new
The human psyche is powerful and complex, and it’s quite normal to require help from a professional coach like myself to help create a better version of yourself. I’ve had great success collaborating with my clients, and I can do the same for you. And, of course, there’s more to my approach than just what’s outlined on this web site.
I’m interested. What are next steps?
Please answer the short questionnaire below so I get to know you a little better and understand what areas I can help you with. I’ll contact you to set up a free discovery meeting (in person or via Skype) that lasts 20-45 minutes and, by the end, we’ll decide if we’re are a good fit to work together. During our meeting, we get to know each other, discussing your needs, answering your questions, and setting expectations for future meetings.
You’ll determine the frequency of our interactions and together we’ll establish your personalized action plan. Great strides can be achieved in just a handful of meetings together. However, complex issues can take time and effort to work through. I’ll work with you to ensure you get the most personal value possible, at a pace that’s right for you.
It’s that simple. A better version of you wants to emerge. Haven’t you been sitting on the fence long enough?