At Back on Track Coaching we are about moving forward rather than looking back. If you want to move forward in your life your first step should be choose a coach who can guide you in the right direction and give you techniques to stay on track.
We’ll help you change your limiting beliefs and eliminate negative thoughts, negative values and bad memories. We’ll help you map out a whole new positive approach to your life journey.
There is no going to sterile clinics or threatening consulting rooms with a Back on Track life coach. Your coach will meet you wherever you feel most comfortable. Typically it’s a relaxed coffee session at your favourite café.
Post-traumatic stress disorder can wreck lives and stop people from achieving what they could and should achieve. It happens to soldiers returning from war zones after witnessing atrocities, it can be caused by child abuse, domestic violence and sexual abuse. It distracts people’s minds from their studies, from performing well in their work and social […]
The human brain is organize as a “mental society”, which means that alongside the verbal system there are several “mental units” that can exist, can have memories, values and emotions. All of these can be expressed through various responses. The eerie thing about this process is that these systems may not be in touch with […]
Leah Zartz is the founder of Back on Track Coaching. She has lived in three different countries and experienced the highs and lows of relating to people from diverse cultural backgrounds and all walks of life.
Born in Israel, Leah graduated from university in Politics and History of the Middle East. She then moved to the UK working in sales and marketing, market research and customer service. After emigrating to Australia she qualified as a life coach specialising in helping young people get back on track and make the most of their potential.
The coaching was good. Leah is a no-nonsense type of person. I felt a little admonished for thinking negatively when I really do know better, so you don’t support poor thinking choices. They are good sessions, and I think the room of the mind is a helpful association.
l enjoyed the sessions. I got a nice feeling of rapport and company-friendship.
Our session were quite comfortable for me. I felt supported by my coach emotionally. I felt that my coach really wanted to help me to find solutions in my requests. I got another view on my situation. My coach helped me to listen to myself deeper. I could articulate what I felt and, maybe, was afraid to admit to myself. Also I was learning from my coach. I felt that my coach is a wise person and she shared with me her knowledge and attitude to life. Our Communication was interesting to me to know another style of coaching process.
I liked these sessions. The supportive environment created by Leah gave me a big space to investigate the topics. I expected to get new experience of coaching approaches from different kinds of coaching schools, and l have obtained this experience. Leah shares with me her experiences and used the consulting approach. Her recommendations were valuable from practice point of view.