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Working effectively with others.


Cognitive behavioural coaching is based on the premise that the ways we think about events profoundly influences the way we feel about them.

Accordingly, any negative internal dialogue may make us doubt our competence and self-worth, and act as a barrier to achieving our goals.

CBC aims to raise the client's self-awareness of any cognitive and emotional barriers to goal attainment.

Barriers may include negative automatic thoughts and unhelpful core beliefs.

The process of CBC can then empower the client to challenge and change unhelpful thinking habits.

See also

Other link

How to pick the right executive coach, Association of Corporate Treasurers