Enabling Young People to Thrive!
What is Strengths-Focused Coaching (SFC)?
For the last 12 years, Strengths-Focused Coaching has been enjoyed by many young people within settings such as secondary school, home and college.
- proven to support the mental health of our young people.
- purposeful activities that enable the achievement of a goal, whilst discovering, activating and utilising strengths.
- an effective tool for improving mental resilience, understanding of self, increasing self-esteem, positive identity and enabling a young person to thrive.
- facilitated by a positive, open relationship between a young person and a trained key adult, or ‘coach’.
- Successfully adapted into Emotional Resilience Workshops: The Thrive Workshops for young people. Contact me to discuss your requirements.
Consistently 100% of the young people who have received SFC, would recommend to a friend.
100% enjoy higher self-esteem and improved emotional management, which positively impacts them academically and socially.
I really liked all the activities and the way they linked up. My home life is a lot better and school. Thank you for helping me to change my life. (Maisie, 16)
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SFC is effective because:
- The young person owns the process. They feel in control. They take responsibility for improvement, yet they feel safe and fully supported.
- The coach is trained in key skills that enable engagement, trust and achievement.
- It is an exciting learning process.
- The young person achieves increased self-esteem which enables them to become the best they can be.
- It’s fun!
How Do Schools and Other Settings Benefit from SFC Training?
You benefit from having:
- key adults or coaches who feel confident and skilled in supporting young people
- young people who are enjoying mental resilience, increased confidence and who are thriving.
Commitment to Students and Staff:
- Having a core group of SFC coaches within your setting is a positive commitment to the mental health and academic achievement of your pupils
- SFC enhances the professional development of your staff, who have a toolkit of skills and effective activities that can be used repeatedly with your pupils.
- SFC is productive use of 1-1 time between support staff and young people.
For an overview of the SFC Provision visit: Welcome
I am very approachable and I specialise in responding effectively and flexibly to individual requirements, so do talk to me about what you or your setting needs.
Book a free no-obligation consultation. Contact me: Contact