Neurolanguage Coaching® introduces an understanding of the theory and principles behind 🧠🧠 brain-based coaching and how neuroscientific research can assist in understanding and formulating powerful coaching conversations.
One of the reasons that Rachel created the method and approach was to bring a “crystallised definition and structure” to the general term of language coaching, but with the added extra of neuroscience and how the brain functions, learns and reacts. Rachel personally began with this quest 22 years ago, when she was first introduced to the concept of language coaching in Germany.
Neurolanguage Coaching® is focused on and ever related to the learning, improvement or enhancement of a language that is being learnt, practised or utilised by the coachee. It encompasses all that we have said relating to the world of coaching: coaching models, tools, structure, practices, philosophies and in addition the ethics and standards of the International Coach Federation
When completing the full Neurolanguage Coaching certification courses, Neurolanguage Coaches are trained in the practical application of neuroscientific principles, relating to how the brain learns, functions and reacts, in particular in relation to emotional triggers when learning a language, drawing Krashen´s affective filter into the scientific evidence arena.
Pure language coaching does NOT normally draw upon the neuroscience and how the brain functions and learns.