Meet Coach Sharon
“I believe (and have seen in my own children) that the skills taught in the WISDOM program are skills that will serve our children right through to adulthood – and for the rest of their lives”
Hi, I am Coach Sharon and I am a Certified Wisdom Coach for Children and Teens
I have been studying Life Coaching with the Coaching Institute based in Melbourne for the past five years and consider myself a life-long learner of human behaviour.
I am first and foremost a very proud Mum, who raised my two boys (now 17 and 18) using the powerful principles of WISDOM Coaching for Children.
Children learn these concepts, that lead to growing self-esteem and confidence, at such a rapid rate. They have no resistance around it because to feel good about themselves is still their natural state and they return to it quickly when shown the way.
“To watch them light up and go from strength to strength makes my day”
I believe that ‘strong mental health begins in childhood’ and this has become the mantra of our coaching business. Through coaching adults I have realised that most of the limiting beliefs that were keeping my clients stuck in life had been formed many years ago as children. This realisation led to my passion of wanting to make a difference much earlier in a person’s life and my decision to become a Certified WISDOM Coach for Children, using the same program I used to raise my own two boys (who by the way are now awesome young men and often help out in the group coaching programs. Jordan works at PCYC as an activities officer and Ryan is constantly volunteering at the PCYC as well. The kids love their presence in our group programs).
As a Mum and a Life Coach I am passionate about the WISDOM program because it provides our children with the skills they need to thrive in today’s face paced and changing world. I believe that children today, more than ever before, need to learn the art of emotional intelligence, self-confidence, self-leadership and most importantly the art of managing their own thought process.
I believe (and have seen in my own children) that the skills taught in the WISDOM program are skills that will serve our children right through to adulthood – and for the rest of their lives.