Connection with the Field

On a certain day I felt miserable, I had lost a son, two years before, and his birthday was coming up. I sat down with

Facilitation of teaching: a framework

by Anneloes Welling-Maassen introduction Many methods for coaching, mentoring and therapy can be understood and taught effectively using the framework “teaching facilitation”, which I have

Vulnerability and the Field

by Robert Stamboliev What inspired me to write this little article is the report of Anja, one of my coaching clients, who offered to share

Be grateful for whoever comes

This being human is a guesthouse. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness. Comes as an unexpected visitor.

Self-directed learning

by Dick Ratering In my view, improving personal efficiency means increasing one’s grip on difficult situations in a positive way. However, existing teaching-methods for improving

The Classic Voice Dialogue

By Ruud Zuurman Voice Dialogue and the Psychology of Selves is gaining increasing recognition the world over. The clear theory, combined with the powerful effect

Judgment and what to do with it

By Hal Stone Ph.D. and Sidra Stone Ph.D. This article is about judgments and their effect on relationship. Without question, ongoing judgment is the most

Cross-cultural communication

By John Kent Cross-cultural communication seminars have become fashionable over the past few years. They provide participants with a wealth of information about the target