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Mental Health Coaching: Dealing with stress and developing resilience

The WHO describes stress as the health epidemic of the 21st century. How we deal with stress has a decisive influence on whether it harms us or not. Building resilience and a mindful attitude is a method proven by many neuroscientific studies to support recovering faster after setbacks and  dealing with challenges more calmly. On the mental, physical and systemic level, you can start to change entrenched patterns and take much better care of yourself.

An exemplary selection of questions with which clients come to me for coaching:

How can I take better care of myself in order to actively counter stress and overload?

What exactly stresses me out and how can I deal with these stressors differently?

How can I strengthen my resilience and mental health?

What are the first signs of burnout and how can I deal with them mindfully?

How can I ensure a better work-life balance?

How can I bring my too high standards for myself and others to a healthy level?

How do I succeed in identifying and changing obstructive patterns of thought and behavior?

How exactly does mindfulness work and what can it do for me?

How do I stay healthy if I have to sit in front of a screen all day?

How can I lower my stress levels with better time management?

FAQ's on Coaching and Consulting

Interested in a free introductory call at short notice?


You can reach me on Mondays between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. and on Wednesdays
between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. on +49 178 8498304, also via Signal. If I'm in a
conversation, I'll call back.

Process

What does that mean in concrete terms?

Step 1: Get to know each other without any obligation

We get to know each other in a 30-minute phone call and discuss what expectations you have for the coaching and what our cooperation could look like in concrete terms. You ask all the questions that are on your mind. I am also happy to explain in more detail how I work and we discuss the conditions.

Afterwards, you will take your time to consider whether I am the right person to help you to handle your topics.

Step 2: Get started

Once you have decided, we will arrange a first coaching appointment, either in my coaching space at Brüsseler Platz in Cologne or online via Zoom or MS Teams. For the first appointment, I estimate at least 90 minutes, so that we have enough time to clarify expectations and can already get into your topic.

We discuss the length and frequency of the follow-up appointments together. My aim is to help you effectively in a solution-oriented manner. Of course, you are free to opt out of the process at any time.

Step 3: Implement

In the coaching sessions, we analyze your issues, activate your resources and get you into action. Outside of the sessions with me, there is always a lot going on, both unconsciously in your head and in your behavior.

By deciding to seek support for an issue, you have already taken the first and most difficult step.

What my clients say:

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