Justine works with children on any issue that the child or the parent feels they need help with. Having a trustworthy outsider for your child to talk to can be very beneficial especially if the problem is family related.
For adults, Justine focuses on core value analysis and belief systems, work-life balance, stress management, managing transitions and cultivating a positive sense of self-worth. She is also available to work on positive parenting strategies.
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Justine Campbell is a Counselor, Family Life Coach, and Social Emotional Intelligence Trainer, working with individuals of all ages. Using a variety of techniques including neuro-linguistic programming, cognitive therapy and emotional intelligence training, Justine supports people of all ages to be all that they can be. To download a copy of Expat Living’s profile on Justine, click here.
As a therapist and coach to children (and their families), she focuses on essential life skills such as raising self-esteem, co-operation, confidence building, social interaction and communication with peer groups and adults, motivation and listening skills. Justine also works extensively with adults, with a focus on supporting them to reach their personal and professional objectives.
Justine’s practical approach enables people to understand the situation they are in:
An indirect and additional benefit of coaching is raising an individual’s sense of self-worth and confidence. Solvingthe areas of life they are unhappy with will make them realise they are capable of making significant changes in other areas of their life.
Justine is a Counsellor, Certified Life Coach, Master NLP Practitioner, MBTI Practitioner, Certified Social & Emotional Intelligence Trainer and Communications Specialist. She has a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and a Masters in Counselling.
Refer to www.mindquestgroup.com to learn more about the services offered by Justine at the Blurton Family Development Center.
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Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
Watch your habits, for they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”
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