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State of Resonance Coaching

Imagination Coaching for Career Change - Inspired by Central London Art Spaces

Imagination Coaching for Career Change - Inspired by Central London Art Spaces

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A 3 hours meeting, in one of the most inspiring cultural places in Central London (British Museum, Tate or The Royal Academy of Arts) . This is a deep dive into your creativity to see what you don't see, explore parts of yourself you are not aware of and discover possibilities for your career transformation

Case Study - A Self Portrait

The self-portrait is an art in coaching concept that can reveal a lot about a person who communicates how he or she sees him or herself. This can be less threating than a verbal introduction for instance.

This can be as wide open or limited as you choose. Whether you want to set limitations around this idea is totally up to you. One idea for limiting this type of art is by providing a boundary around how the person relates themselves to the rest of the world. What would you like to be remembered for? How do you think others see you? What are your best qualities? Specific questions are good ways of narrowing the focus of a self-portrait. You can create a variety of self-portraits that paint an overall picture.


Self-portraits in art coaching can offer a range of benefits for individuals. Here are some of the potential benefits:

  1. Self-awareness: Creating a self-portrait can help individuals become more aware of their physical appearance, emotional state, and internal experiences. Through the process of creating a portrait, individuals may discover new insights about themselves and their identity.
  2. Self-expression: Art coaching  provides an opportunity to express oneself creatively, and self-portraiture can be a powerful way to do this. It can allow individuals to communicate their feelings, thoughts, and experiences through art, and to explore and express their emotions in a safe and non-judgmental space.
  3. Self-esteem: Creating a self-portrait can also help individuals develop a greater sense of self-esteem and self-worth. By engaging in a creative process and producing something that represents themselves, individuals can feel a sense of accomplishment and pride.
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