You want a better life but making changes on your own can be hard. Those closest to you may not be equipped to give you the support you need. Having the support of someone outside your day-to-day relationships can give you the freedom to explore new pathways to a fulfilling life and help keep you on track.
Back on Track Coaching provides personalised life coaching which combines a wise and experienced understanding of life with skilled use of a range of life-changing techniques.
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.
Did you know that 45% will experience a mental disorder in their lives? And the percentage keeps growing. Worse that that – more than a third of our young people have had an episode of mental illness before the age or 25. What are we waiting for?
Anyone who has been through counselling knows that therapy through talking takes long time and very often doesn’t work. The reason is that traumas, emotional issues are stored in our sub-conscience plus 80% of our decisions are made there.
Leah founded Back On Track Coaching in 2016, helping young people to find their purpose in life and achieve it. Now specializing in helping returned soldiers from war zones to get over traumas that haunts them after witnessing atrocities in battlefield.
Forty five percents of people will experience a mental disorder in their lives – and that percentage keeps growing. Worse than that – more that a third of young people have an episode of mental illness before they are 25. Leah offers a drug-free, gentle and powerful way to overcome this issue. Having done a lot of training and studying depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, Leah’s way of overcoming these problems does not require endless and expensive sessions and works on the sub-conscience, where traumas are stored and most decisions are made.
Leah 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.
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 at the 8 mark on the 10 mark’s scale. The supportive environment, created by Lean, gave me a big space to investigate the topics. I expected to get new experience of coaching approaches from different kind of coaching school, аnd l have obtained this experience. Sometimes you share with me your experience and used the consulting approach. Your recommendations were valuable from practice point of view, however, such method is recommended to use with limitation. In general the coaching is in demand for people who looking the discovery new opportunities in their development. Would you recommend this treatment to other people that you know could benefit from it? Sure, I will do.