Conflict Coaching

We all have times in our lives when we need support navigating challenging situations. Although we have friends and family members available to help, Coaching is a unique process to consider.

Coaching is a confidential, one-on-one, and voluntary process, with a proactive approach to problem-solving. It is a goal-directed interaction with a focus on developing skills, knowledge and competence to more effectively resolve or manage interpersonal conflict.

With an objective point of view, Coaches are able to help you problem-solve, and provide suggestions on how best to move forward. Ultimately, you are the decision-maker and responsible for your own actions, but a Coach can help you think more critically about what is the best course of action, while maximizing your strengths along the way.

Coaching may occur in a variety of methods such as direct consultation (eg. phone, video call, in-person) or via email (including email review & editing).

Working with a Coach may have the following positive outcomes:

  • awareness of other perspectives;
  • use of creativity and logic when problem-solving;
  • learning new communication strategies to reduce conflict engagement;

With over twenty years of Coaching experience, Paul is available to help with the following areas:

  • strategies to inform your children and family about your separation;
  • communication or conflict with a former partner/ other parent of your child(ren);
  • communication or conflict with extended family;
  • workplace communication or conflict;