Mentoring sessions give you a place to talk about your practice, clients or business, get help and to connect with someone who cares about your welfare. You can get support and guidance about client work, and it's a place to ask questions or talk over anything regarding your work as a therapist. Sessions are completely confidential, and can be fun and interesting as I offer kinesiology balancing along with discussion and coaching.
I offer mentoring for newly qualified Creative Kinesiology practitioners, kinesiologists from different schools, or practitioners of any therapeutic discipline and the caring profession. Mentoring is not just for new practitioners, it is invaluable for any therapist wishing to be successful, grow and develop, and keep balanced, healthy & effective with clients.
What is a mentor?
A mentor is a more experienced person working in the same or similar field to you, with whom you can discuss difficulties or questions to do with your professional practice or business. Your mentor can give advice, coaching or help from the benefit of their own experience in private practice. Check out my Mentor profile on the Creative Kinesiology Website.
What happens in mentoring?
The personal sessions of mentoring I offer, tend to involve a mixture of discussion and Creative Kinesiology. I also give coaching about technique, if relevant, and ways of handing different situations within professional situations. Issues that are addressed can be anything arising from within your sessions as well as the bits round the edges, such as:
clients cancelling or not returning
anxiety about clients coming
difficulty with money and charging
being triggered by your client
not knowing how to handle a situation/client
Who is mentoring for?
I offer mentoring to Creative Kinesiologists, kinesiologists from other schools, holistic practitioners of any discipline such as Reiki, Shiatsu, speech therapy, massage. Healthcare practitioners or anyone managing other people and working in a caring capacity are also most welcome. If you're newly qualified, come along for some extra support, and if you have been practising for a while, then mentoring can be great to inspire or restore.