In a postmodern age we all need a room of our own. A room - or space - where we can explore and reflect on how the rapidly changing world affects us. A room where it is possible to get a feeling of who we are, and wish to be, in the middle of the buzz of our everyday lives. Where it is possible to explore our challenges and possibilities and thus become a more robust human being. Where we can think of our relationships and interactions. Where we can have a break and some relief and where we can summon the energy to act - or not to act - in our lives. Coaching is way of providing the space for such thoughts, reflections, and insights into our possibilities. Most of the different coaching methods do not adhere to a specific psychological theory. However, in this book you will meet a coaching method that is based on a specific theory - psychodynamics.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Psychodynamics and coaching: why? -- Psychodynamic coaching -- Individual psychodynamic coaching -- Psychodynamic coaching for couples: the psychology of meeting -- Psychodynamic coaching of groups -- Psychodynamic coaching in organizations -- Psychodynamic practice -- Psychodynamic coaching -- Coaching -- Drawing assignment -- Work structure for the designer team