Publication from UK Coaching:
As a coach, your performance may, or will be, critical to success in your role. How you feel and what you think ultimately effects your behaviour in this performance role. Your mental health
has a ‘two-way street’ relationship with how you feel and what you think. Therefore, it is of great significance to consider – to care for yourself and your mental health and well-being.
The World Health Organization states that mental health is where an individual realises their potential, can cope with everyday stress, can work productively, and contribute to their
community. Mental health and well-being is associated with positive physical health, pro-social behaviour and the ability to self-regulate and cope with adversity. Key aspects to positive
mental health are as follows: you feel good on a regular basis; you can reflect positively on your life, your abilities and achievements; you can be self-compassionate to yourself; and finally, you feel and believe there is a sense of meaning in your life.
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