Ingrid Lidberg – Positive Coaching Psychologist, Transformational Coach, Steiner Teacher, Member of the British Psychological Society, BSc, B.A., MSc, MBPsS
Ingrid is passionate about helping others achieve their goals and fulfil their potential by combining a knowledge and understanding of coaching and positive psychology. This is done by providing challenging and thought-provoking questions that bring clarity, breakthroughs and lead to transformation.
“As a single parent and cancer survivor, what I have learnt in my personal journey is that we all hold the key to shifting one’s perspective, and bring about positive changes that didn’t seem possible. I bring this understanding in my work with people.”
For the past twenty years, Ingrid’s experience and passion for positive psychology, that is, the focus on human strengths rather than weaknesses, has lead to a great understanding and insight on our ability to maximise our unlimited human potential.
Much is to be gained from challenging and difficult experiences in life. Specifically, how these experiences can lead to greater happiness, joy, inspiration and love. They can also result in positive states and traits like gratitude, resilience and compassion. In turn, these experiences can develop character strengths like optimism, life satisfaction, self-esteem, self-confidence, hope, elevation and wisdom.
In addition to being a coaching psychologist, Ingrid is a teacher at a Steiner Waldorf school in Sussex. Her passion for a holistic development of the human being has resulted in her dedication and commitment to the education system offered there. This holistic approach places equal value to the academic, artistic and spiritual development of children and young people. Ingrid’s experience has led to the understanding that when the human being is allowed to flourish in all areas of development, then there is balance and happiness. That it is important to acknowledge the spiritual and soul development of each individual in need in order to heal and lead more fulfilling lives.
Ingrid has been a Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society, the Division of Occupational Psychology, since 2007. She is also a member of the Division of Coaching Psychology since 2010 and the Special Group for Independent Practitioners since 2016. In her personal life, Ingrid is a happy mother of two, with a passion for cooking, travelling and an animal lover.
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