Do You Have Questions?
We have answers (well, most of the time!)
Below you’ll find answers to the most common questions you may have on Burnout Coaching.
1. What is the difference b/w counseling and coaching?
“Coaching focuses just on the present and the future, whereas counseling exclusively focuses on the past.”
2. Is mindfulness right for me?
Being mindful isn't always easy, even though anyone can try it. In order to find out if Mindfulness is the best solution for you, schedule 15 minutes of a phone conversation with Dr. Ali.
3. What are the health benefits of mindfulness?
Mindfulness has been shown to relieve stress, improve heart disease, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, improve sleep, and improve mental health.
4. I don’t always feel like I’m in tune with my emotions, or those of others. Can mindfulness help me?
Yes, Mindfulness can help you feel better equipped to handle difficult emotions, situations and relationships.
5. Does mindfulness improve work performance?
Mindfulness has been shown to improve short-term memory, attention and the ability to perform complex cognitive tasks efficiently and effectively.
6. Can Mindfulness Help us Cope with Tragedy?
Yes, research at the University of Utah College of Social Work shows that mindfulness helps us cope with tragedy and grow from it.
7. What is Mindfulness Coaching, and How Could It Help You?
Mindfulness coaching helps individuals become more aware of their thoughts and feelings. It is the most powerful tool that can help you live with greater calm, ease, and balance. It grounds you in difficulty and humbles you in success. It uncovers your strengths and helps you feel inner joy and happiness irrespective of your circumstances.
8. How is our mindfulness coaching different?
Regular coaching is focused on helping the client acquire skills and learn behaviors that assist them to achieve their life goals. It focuses exclusively on changing the intellect. Our Mindfulness Coaching focuses on emotions and thoughts as well as intuition.
Conventional coaching focuses on the future, while mindfulness coaching focuses on being fully present to change the future. Conventional coaching affects cognition alone; mindfulness coaching simultaneously affects cognition and the subconscious.