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Today, with effective treatment, people living with HIV can live long and healthy lives, but we know that mental health can be a struggle, and access to support can be difficult.
Life Coaching is an innovative approach to improving mental health and wellbeing for people living with HIV in Scotland. By focusing on the mental wellbeing, we can ensure that people are supported not just with their HIV treatment, but holistically as a person. Traditional counselling or psychotherapy might not be your preferred choice, or you might just want some extra encouragement and support to get on the right path to personal fulfillment.
At times like these, our communities may be feeling a bit of uncertainty or anxiety about the road ahead. Through life coaching, you can explore and find a path towards the life goals and experiences that you are seeking.
Life Coaching is designed to provide people with positive, action-oriented goals to improve wellbeing and create a personalised map of the way ahead. Our ICF-Approved Coach, Antony Nash, will work with you to guide, encourage and, where necessary, challenge you to move forwards as you explore and own a path that feels right for you.
Please also look at Our Therapy&Counselling because it may be what you are looking for!
The coaching partnership is a conscious, intentional agreement between you and your coach to work together to enable you to reach the goals you have for yourself and your life. The coaching relationship consistently gives the power back to you in the understanding that you are the expert on you! The answers are always to be found within yourself and the coach’s role is to guide, encourage and challenge you as you work to discover the understanding you are seeking.
Through Life Coaching, you will gain a better understanding of:
Register for our Wellbeing support project and your details will be shared with our assessor to see if life coaching is for you!
Register for Wellbeing Support
* Life coaching is not a substitute for professional advice by legal, mental, medical or other qualified professionals. Life coaching is not a substitute for counselling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, mental health care or substance abuse treatment services.
Thanks to Gilead Sciences, Viiv Healthcare, Edinburgh Community Health Forum and the Scottish Government's Wellbeing Fund for supporting HIV Scotland Life Coach.