Concepts for Life Coaching
Empowering women to thrive through boutique individual programmes.
What kind of results do people see with the Davis Concepts for Life℠ program?
Those who have completed this programme experience many positive changes, including:
increased self-awareness and self-empowerment
better able to manage stress and anxiety
an increased ability to focus for periods of time
able to monitor and self-regulate their energy level
improved time management
better organisation and ability to complete tasks
Do any of these sound familiar?
Many of us experience difficulty with some (or all) of the following:
a sense of self,
elevated stress and anxiety,
focusing on tasks and conversations,
regulating energy and emotions,
maintaining positive relationships.
Sometimes these challenges can be associated with a different way of thinking, learning, and seeing the world – neurodivergence (think ADHD and autism). But there can be other reasons we struggle too.
Taking control of your life
No matter whether you are neurodivergent or neurotypical, if you are experiencing challenges in your life, the Davis Concepts for Life programme may be just the solution that can help you reclaim your life.
This programme has been developed with a unique approach that is gentle, respectful, and effective. It is grounded in the philosophy of embracing, celebrating, and respecting every individual, nurturing growth, and building on each person’s strengths to overcome challenges.
To have a conversation to see if this, or another programme may be right for you, book a free discovery call.
The Davis Concepts for Life Programme
A life-changing programme blending personal coaching, experiential learning and resources.
The goal of this programme is not to remove your superpowers, but to remove the barriers you experience that prevent you from living your life in the way you choose, empowering you to shine.
Fundamental Life Concepts
Identity and Self-Perception
Self-Regulation and Responsibillity
Relationships and Social Integration
“I see how the stronger sense of who I am has allowed me to say no to what isn’t for me and say yes to what makes me happy. I no longer have to be reacting to everything happening around me. I can be centered and decide what is for me and what is not for me. I chose to respond rather than react. It feels so freeing.”
Text on this page is used with permission from Ron Davis Autism Foundation.