Chris-Colebrook

Chris Colebrook is a Solution-Focused Coach Practitioner with 6 years experience in training and facilitating improvised drama workshops. He is professional trained in Positive Psychology-based practices including Life Coaching, Resource-Based Therapies and Applied Drama practices from his experience at City of College, University of Glasgow and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He also has 4 years personal coaching experience including helping adults with specific learning difficulties (i.e dyslexia, dyspraxia, and ADHD) with a range everyday issues to flourish integrating positive psychology and drama methods. He has recently completed his PhD from the University of Glasgow on creating a new coaching practice with improvised drama to help individuals improve their interpersonal life quality, since studying his MSc in Psychological Studies and interest in using creative methods to help individuals. He runs personal and group coaching workshops for dyspraxics to help them develop copying strategies and improve their confidence to thrive both face to face in Glasgow and remotely to accommodate individual circumstances and is the founder and facilitator of Dyspraxic Drama UK. Do contact Chris on dyspraxicdramauk@gmail.com for further information.

Chris Colebrook is a Solution-Focused Coach Practitioner with 6 years experience in training and facilitating improvised drama workshops. He is professional trained in Positive Psychology-based practices including Life Coaching, Resource-Based Therapies and Applied Drama practices from his experience at City of College, University of Glasgow and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He also has 4 years personal coaching experience including helping adults with specific learning difficulties (i.e dyslexia, dyspraxia, and ADHD) with a range everyday issues to flourish integrating positive psychology and drama methods. He has recently completed his PhD from the University of Glasgow on creating a new coaching practice with improvised drama to help individuals improve their interpersonal life quality, since studying his MSc in Psychological Studies and interest in using creative methods to help individuals. He runs personal and group coaching workshops for dyspraxics to help them develop copying strategies and improve their confidence to thrive both face to face in Glasgow and remotely to accommodate individual circumstances and is the founder and facilitator of Dyspraxic Drama UK. Do contact Chris on dyspraxicdramauk@gmail.com for further information.

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