The method of “Back on Track Coaching” is a result of 20 years of researching mental issues, and has so far had a very high rate of success. The therapeutic process becomes quicker and easier, it cuts down the chatter and reduces the number of sessions needed, as it gets more quickly to the source of the problems and brings it up to the surface. It also makes the treatment less expensive, since our first priority is to achieve results for our clients.
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.
Family violence and child abuse are on the increase, due to the lockdown. The consequences of these issues are well known – depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder. Mental problems cause people to waste their potential and talents, and consequently their lives. Under performance in studies, at work, in relationships are just a part of it. […]
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 or first responders – police people and firemen, it can be caused by child abuse, domestic violence and sexual abuse. It distracts people’s minds from their studies, […]
What makes some people greater than others? What makes Oprah Winfrey and Richard Branson achieve so much, despite their humble background? They both believe in themselves, no matter what their circumstances are. What are beliefs? They are ideas and concepts created in our imagination, and stored in the sub-conscious which influences 80% of our decisions. […]
Leah founded Back on Track Coaching in 2016, after being trained by three of the best trainers in Australia, Rik Schnabel (“Life beyond Limits”), Benjamin Harvey (“Authentic Educations”) and Kerwyn Rae. Leah also holds a BA degree from Jerusalem University, two diplomas in business and management, and worked for many years in marketing, market research and customer service. Having lived in three countries, Leah experienced the high and lows of relating to people from diverse backgrounds cultures and walks of life. She has made it her life mission to help people overcome traumas and mental issues, to make the most of their abilities and potential and live life to the fullest.
The Sessions with Leah were very practical and helped me to solve my daily problems. I got very good advice about improving general human relationship. I expected it would solve my daily problems. Those sessions helped me. I got very supportive advice of my daily problems.
I would recommend this treatment to other people that I know could benefit from it.
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.