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Collage as a Creative Coaching Tool
A Comprehensive Resource for Coaches and Psychologistsav Andrea Watts381
The first book to explore collage as a creative coaching tool. Includes principles from art therapy and mindfulness and encourages coaching to integrate a creative, research-based element into their practice. Case studies and primary research sources included throughout. Ties into current interests in journaling, colouring for adults etc.
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"This book is an informative, well researched and evidence-based resource for coaches wishing to incorporate the power of collage into their approach. Having seen and experienced it in action, Andrea Watts' innovative, considered and thorough approach is second to none. It speaks to Andrea's generosity that she has been willing to demystify and codify the process for all within the pages of this great read. This book, its approach and wisdom will help to transform your approach with working with clients, helping you and them to reach full potential." Jenny Garrett, OBE, Award-Winning Career Coach, Leadership Trainer, Speaker & Author "CCT offers coaches a new approach for fostering creativity within coaching sessions. Drawing on art therapy and the potential to explore both the conscious and unconscious representations we hold as individuals, the technique can be a powerful addition to unleashing the creative potential within clients through collage, story and wider art-based methods." Jonathan Passmore, Director Henley Centre for Coaching, Henley Business School "A must read for coaches looking to engage in more creative techniques. Andrea captures the essence of art-based methods and their impact on the coaching process, whilst drawing on personal experience, client feedback, and a wealth of scientific evidence. The chapter of storytelling really gets to the crux of why collage is such a powerful tool in a coach's toolkit. Andrea highlights that "By circumnavigating external influences, editing and fact-checking, their collage represents an honest, outer expression of their internal processing and the resulting sense of self" - and in using images, as is explained in the chapter "Coaching With the Unconscious", gets the client out of their usual mode of thinking to enable a deeper insight into their unconscious. For me, the best thing about the way this book is written is that although it is not designed to be a guide as to how to integrate collage into coaching, in explaining the process and underlying science, Andrea also shares so much of her own expertise and client's experiences with the CCT, that you get a real feel for how this would work in your own coaching practice." Lynsey Mahmood, Lecturer in Organisational Psychology, City, University of London
Andrea Watts is the first UK specialist in coaching with collage. She founded her practice UnglueYou (R), in 2012. With a vision to "See the Collage Coaching Technique (TM) used globally as a creative coaching tool for releasing people's potential," she shares her knowledge and passion by training coaches and guest lecturing at universities, including City, University London.
Introducing Collage as a Creative Coaching Tool Introduction to Coaching Creatively With Collage The Author's Story Beyond the Vision Board The History and Application of Collage The Collage Coaching Technique (TM) Coaching With Collage | The Science Behind the Art The Power of Visual Communication Coaching With the Unconscious Symbolic Images and Visual Metaphors Part 1: Symbols and Metaphors for Meaning-Making and Self-Awareness Part 2: Clean Language and the Coaching Conversation Part 3: Archetypal Symbols Creativity Part 1: A Compelling Case for Creativity in Coaching Part 2: The Creative Process as Expressions of 'Self' Part 3: Creativity in Practice Storytelling and The Coaching Conversation Part 1: Individual Storytelling Part 2: Storytelling in Groups Putting it Into Practice Facilitating a Safe Space for Coaching With a Creative Technique Holding the Silence in Coaching Preparing a Group to Work With Arts-Based Methods Coaching With Collage Online Resources Acknowledgements Index