Christina, Provides cultural sensitity training & Relationship Expert
Ilona, an International Couch & Clinician, speaks 5 languages
We assist individuals and organizations improve overall functioning, offers cultural sensitivity training, we provide workforce assessments, counseling & trainings services. The overall objective is to prevent conflicts between your employees, we creat success by making your life, your company or institution better adapted to dealing with customers or clientale from different background our motivation . We assist in building cultural awareness in your workforce through workshop presentation, lunch & learn sessions.We help you cultivate a workplace environment that encourages discussion and teamwork also reduces cultural issues.
We provide Assessment that are culturally sensitive to address the needs of culturally diverse communities such as )
Our experts represent a diverse background; they are culturally skilled elevator/counselor possess knowledge and understanding about how oppression, immigration issues, racism, discrimination, and stereotyping affect them personally and in their work. This helps clients to acknowledge their own attitudes, beliefs, and feelings.
Professional Life Coach:
Our professional are skilled coaches with training and expertise in the use of traditional assessment, skills to bring positve changes and sucess to an individual or business. We not only understand the technical aspects of the instruments but are also cognizant of their cultural limitations. This enables us to use test instruments for the welfare of different clients. We do our best to eliminate biases, prejudices, and discriminatory contexts in conducting evaluations and interventions
I.Able Coaches are awareness of thier own values, biases, attitudes and beliefs, First,we believe in the self-awareness and sensitivity are critical to bringing true change. 2. Able Coach is skilled professional who is aware of his or her own background and experiences that influences attitudes, values, and biases about coaching processes. 3. Skilled Coaches are able to recognize the limits of their own competency and expertise. 4. Our coaches recognize their sources of discomfort with differences that exist between themselves and clients in terms of race, ethnicity and culture. Second, A skilled coach has specific knowledge about his or her "self" and how it personally and professionally affects definitions and biases of normality/abnormality and the process of counseling. 2. A skilled coach possess knowledge and understanding about how oppression, racism, discrimination, and stereotyping affect them personally and in their work. This allows individuals to acknowledge their own racist attitudes, beliefs, and feelings. Although this standard applies to all groups, for White counselors it may mean that they understand how they may have directly or indirectly benefited from individual, institutional, and cultural racism as outlined in White identity development models. 3. Culturally skilled coach possess knowledge about their social impact upon others. They are knowledgeable about communication style differences, how their style may clash with or foster the counseling process with persons of color or others different from themselves based on the A, B and C, Dimensions ,and how to anticipate the impact it may have on others. C. Skills 1. A coach seek out educational, consultative, and training experiences to improve their understanding and effectiveness in working with culturally different populations. Being able to recognize the limits of their competencies, they (a) seek consultation, (b) seek further training or education, (c) refer out to more qualified individuals or resources, or (d) engage in a combination of these. 2. Culturally skilled counselors are constantly seeking to understand themselves as racial and cultural beings and are actively seeking a non racist identity. II. Coach Awareness of Client's Worldview A. Attitudes and Beliefs 1. Culturally skilled coach are aware of their negative and positive emotional reactions toward other racial and ethnic groups that may prove detrimental to the counseling relationship
II. Coach Awareness of Client's Worldview A. Attitudes and Beliefs
1. A skilled Coach are aware of their negative and positive emotional reactions toward other racial and ethnic groups that may prove detrimental to the relationship. They are willing to contrast their own beliefs and attitudes with those of their culturally different clients in a nonjudgmental fashion. 2.Able Profesional Coaches are aware of their stereotypes and preconceived notions that they may hold toward other racial and ethnic minority groups. B. Knowledge 1 .A Professional Coach possess specific knowledge and information about the particular group with which they are working. They are aware of the life experiences, cultural heritage, and historical background of their culturally different clients. This particular competency is strongly linked to the "minority identity development models" available in the literature. 2. A skilled coach understand how race, culture, ethnicity, and so forth may affect personality formation, vocational choices, manifestation of psychological disorders, help seeking behavior, and the appropriateness or inappropriateness of coaching approaches. 3. Our Coaches are skilled to understand and have knowledge about sociopolitical influences that impinge upon the life of racial and ethnic minorities. Immigration issues, poverty, racism, stereotyping, and powerlessness may impact self esteem and self concept in the counseling process. 1. A Coaches are trained in psychology and are familiar with relevant research and the latest findings regarding mental health and mental disorders that affect various ethnic and racial groups. We are constantly seeking out latest reserach and other educational experiences that enrich the knowledge, understanding, and cross-cultural skills for more effective behavior. 2. Coach must become actively involved with culturall diverse persons outside the coaching setting (e.g., community events, social and political functions, celebrations, friendships, neighborhood groups, and so forth) so that their perspective of minorities is more than an academic or helping exercise.