A 3-part programme covering the basics of how to avoid common pitfalls and navigate relationship dilemmas with practical tips.
- 4 components of listening
- Communication pitfalls
- Conflict resolution
- Division of labour
- Developing empathy
- Creating connections
- Love languages
- Active listening
For specific issues attendees would be encouraged to book a session to speak about their unique context.
• Fostering a greater self-awareness of one's needs (when looking for a spouse)
• Relationship coaching for couples
• Post-divorce relationship coaching
• Reconciliation coaching for couples
• Coaching to support individuals deal with wider family challenges (siblings; in-laws; parents)
Aamna has over 10 years of experience in the field of Psychology, Coaching and Mentoring. She employs a wide range of coaching, mentoring and therapeutic skills including Neurolinguistic Linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Perspective Taking and Effective Listening amongst others. Aamna has a Masters in Education and Professional Practice, as well as a PGCE from the Institute of Education. Aamna also completed her Level 1 in Islamic Counselling and Psychology with the Al-Balagh Academy.
Aamna's coaching philosophy is rooted in in the Islamic principles of integrity and compassion, as well as an unwavering focus on client confidentiality. Aamna is aware that relationship challenges are a part and parcel of our every day life, and believes that will a little coaching, we can all live healthy, fulfilled and wholesome lives with supportive relationships all around us.
"I explore the purpose and direction in clients lives, we focus on values and whether or not we are living in alignment. spiritual development is a core part of the work I do with individuals and couples. My work with couples is focusing on building connection. improving communication and exploring ways of reaching common ground to build a positive future together." - Aamna Khokhar