Kaleido Journaling Gallery
Coaching with Creativity
I help people get in touch with the inner self by combining life tools and creativity. Examples include self-portrait, gratitude spiral and body compass. But instead of black and white worksheets, I help clients bring the tools to life through color, images and words. The Kaleido Journaling Gallery showcases three tools in action.
This is one of my favorite coaching tools because it reminds us of our strengths and boosts our self-esteem. This can be a real game changer when you need encouragement to make changes and/or chase your dreams. I walk participants through a process that helps them identify their strengths. Then we take the time to create our portraits. Oh, and just so you know, the three women who created these portraits are incredible artist so don’t go judging yourself by thinking you can’t draw your portrait. You can. I will help you.
Being grateful is the quickest way to becoming joyful. As human beings we can really focus on what’s going wrong in lives. This coaching exercise helps us focus on what’s going right in our lives. AND that is good for our emotional well-being. By creating a visual image of gratitude, we become more aware and can more easily connect to our joy and happiness.
This is a fantastic exercise that can help us get unstuck and find direction. Dancer Martha Graham said that the body never lies. Our bodies have a lot of information to share with us if we just listen. This exercise allows us to tune into bodies and create a visual body compass map for future use.
Creative Life Tools
Working with color, images and words helps us dive deep into our belief system and uncover what we need in order to heal the mind, body and spirit.
Mental Razor Blades I have a confession. I used to play with mental razor blades. After I had a heart attack, I knew I needed
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly. ― Richard Bach Level Up Transformation is a radical change or
Muddy Waters In the last two years, I’d like to think that I’ve grown in mind, body and spirit. I’ve learned to be patient and
Glow in the Dark Why did I need a creative plan for radiation treatment? I took a cue from the woman who discovered radium. Madame
“Saying no can be the ultimate self-care.” –Claudia Black Saying No The power of no can be the ultimate self-care. I find that most women
Magical Phytonutrients I believe that food is the foundation of good health. Especially when you’re trying to recover from an illness like heart disease, diabetes,
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