You Deserve to Be Happy - Marriage Workshop
In this 2.5 hour workshop, Aamna Khokhar, Relationship Coach, will train participants in communication skills. Participants will learn communication models and how to use them in different situations. They will also learn how to develop healthy habits like effective listening which are building blocks of good communication.
Do you have problems communicating with your family or your friends?
Do you see yourself in any of these statements?
1. I have an inability to listen to others.
2. It is hard for me to understand why people think differently from me.
3. I am vulnerable and I regularly hold back in conversations.
4. Fear, mistrust, and suspicion often linger in me when I am in a conversation.
5. I find that I am unable to express my thoughts in speech.
If you identify with any of the above, you are not alone. Many are unable to regulate how they communicate and, consequently, are unable effectuate healthy communication with others. This may be caused by a host of issues ranging from lack of social skills, social anxiety, self-esteem issues, and trouble focusing.
In this exclusive workshop, Relationship Coach, Aamna Khokhar, will help you address barriers to communication and start establishing good practice for effective communication.
Topics covered in this workshop include:
1. Constructive and destructive environments.
2. Communication models
3. Barriers to communication
4. Healthy habits for better communication
5. Active listening and how to practice it.
Aamna Khokhar is a relationship coach with over 10 years of experience in the field of Psychology, Coaching and Mentoring. She uses tools from Neuro-linguistic Programming, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Perspective Taking and Effective Listening to coach her clients. Her coaching philosophy is rooted in the Islamic principles of integrity and compassion, as well as an unwavering focus on confidentiality. As a life and relationship coach, much of her work focuses on supporting people with relationship challenges and supporting their relationship goals; coaching is provided from a non-judgmental perspective, with an understanding of the Islamic framework and context that many mainstream services often lack.
She has a BSc in Psychology; PGCE in Social Science; MA in Education and Professional Practice; ICF Accredited Coaching Qualification.