Having over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and clinical supervisor on 4 continents has allowed me to work with hundreds of people, groups and organisations. In organisations I help implement organisational transitions, raise awareness on harassment and co-develop cultural adaptation strategies. In addition, I treat troubled employees suffering from burnout and help them to acquire coping skills, and assist them and the organisation in the re-integration process.
Having often been called “the coach’s coach”, Marcie is an enthusiastic, creative and experienced public speaker and trainer. Her down-to-earth style and her narrative approach help make the analysis of even the most complex issues very understandable and enjoyable.
Her expertise contributes wisdom, insight and a special richness to her seminars and workshops.
Paul Schuchhard (Brussels +32 478 389 257)
Over the years I have worked with numerous organisations and individuals to support, educate and motivate them to redefine their purpose and goals. As a qualified counselor and coach I work with different psychological tools (CBT, NLP, Systems, TA). As a certified sports nutritionist and functional fitness trainer I help people deal with the physical symptoms brought on by stress and an inactive lifestyle.
The integration of mind and body is vital to holistically manage life stressors and create lasting results and maintain health.
Through extensive personal experience and knowledge of the business environment and new technologies I can gear my coaching and training towards people in business helping them to develop coping mechanisms to prevent burnout and to recognise and address the underlying causes.
Life5 Workplace Wellness
Creating wellbeing and purpose in your organization
We aim to prevent burnout and disease for employees in organizations and
offer integrated mind-body workshops to achieve this goal.
Our goal is to energize people and increase psychosocial risk awareness in
organisations through training, coaching, counseling and strategic wellness
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Trainers were very energetic and trustworthy. They were very open, honest, were giving many examples from their and others lives. Most of all, they were professionals who know what they are talking about, they were supporting their workshop with theories and facts. Very friendly, positive attitude, engaging audience. It was a pleasure to attend a training with them.”
I enjoyed the quick tips on how to get rid of the stress. Especially the visualization and the body parts relaxation. I started practicing it from time to time, just to get a break from work… The role play was interesting, too. I had a couple of takeaways from that.
It was a great workshop in terms of content and delivery, very pleasant, interactive and useful. I felt I got some very useful tips.
I really liked the explanation of the REASONS why certain things work the way they do. I have heard already that we need to eat healthy and do exercises for our health, but the explanation WHY drove the message home in a very effective manner.
Good balance being with 2, switching timbre, plus for the exercises. Because in work as well as in private life it is necessary to step back sometimes and look at the whole picture of our daily activities in order to identify what is working and what isn’t and to reach a balance between our different demands.
Going through an organizational change as we speak, it was good to see how easy it is to forget that we cannot change the organisation successfully without providing sufficient emotional transition support to our people. To have a draft ‘transitioning’ structure and scenario outlined during this session was very helpful to many of us I would say.