08 Dec December 8, 2022 - 2:00pm to 3:00pmWhat limits most of us humans isn’t that we have insufficient opportunities. It’s that we are unable to see the possibilities before us. Why? What is in the way? Our patterns. Our filtering of the present through our past. Attachment styles, those patterns that were developed early in our lives, influence how we experience ourself, others and the world, even as adults. When we as coaches can discern and work with our client’s patterns, we can free them from the invisible forces that limit their growth. In this webinar, you’ll learn: What attachment styles are, how and why they form and their impact How to identify your client’s patterns from their focus, feelings and narratives How to work with your client to support their becoming aware of their patterns and creating new narratives and new pathways to greater wholeness This is a public webinar. Presenter: Alison Whitmire Register Alison Whitmire, PCC, President of Learning in Action and Master WE-Q Practitioner Alison Whitmire is committed to connecting people. She connects people with a fuller experience of themselves, with ideas that help them make meaning of their lives and with others in the community. Alison is a leader in emotional and relational intelligence and is the originator of Learning In Action’s WE Intelligence. She is a Professional Certified Coach, Master WE-Q Practitioner, and Certified Narrative Coach. She serves on the faculty of Moment Institute teaching Narrative Coaching and is certified as a 200 RYT Yoga Teacher, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher and Breathwork Teacher. Alison has been a TEDx speaker and a three-time TEDx Conference organizer.