LYNETTE LE ROUX – TRIBE SOBER HEAD COACH
I chose to become a coach because coaching was immensely helpful to me in my recovery, as well as in finding my own true north.
Together with Tribe Sober, it became the cornerstone to helping me think, reflect and navigate my way through obstacles and dysfunctional habits, enabling me to become more self-aware, as well as achieving goals that improved the quality of my life.
Coaching provided me with the training to manage my thoughts, emotions, actions and therefore results. I discovered that my brain is my most powerful tool.
When coaching, I listen to what a person is saying, not only with their words, but also with their tone of voice and body language. I coach the whole person – the mind, the heart and the body. The most important part of the coaching experience is to feel that it is a safe and confidential environment, as honesty is the key for both Coach and client in order for transformation to take place.
I have completed my Coach Practitioner Certification with the South African College of Applied Psychology, which is accredited with the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and COMENSA, which is the SAQA-recognised non-statutory professional body for coaching and mentoring in South Africa.
I am passionate about ongoing learning, mindfulness and the field of neuroscience in coaching. Recently I completed an IFC accredited course through Coaches Rising on Neuroscience of Change 2020. In August 2021 I was certified as an “Inner Mammal Trainer” with the Inner Mammal Institue. I am also a member of Self Coaching Scholars at the Life Coach School
I offer 20 minute introductory chat for prospective Tribe Sober Members. Please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or whatsapp / call me on +27 (0)82 929 5264
Check out Lynette’s Path to Purpose Group Coaching