About Karen Liebenguth
Karen Liebenguth is an experienced life coach, MBTI facilitator, accredited mindfulness teacher and certified Focusing practitioner. She offers coaching while walking in London’s parks and green space tapping into the benefits nature has on our psychological, emotional and physical well-being. She believes that it is in nature where reflection, insight and change can happen most naturally.
Karen helps people deal better with stress and anxiety, find direction, feel more in charge of and confident about their life so that they can make long-lasting change and spend more time doing what most matters to them.
Karen offers 1:1 mindfulness training as well as tailored mindfulness workshops and courses for the workplace to help staff better deal with stress and anxiety and to boost wellbeing.
She uses Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Mindful Coaching, the Natural Learning Cycle, Compassionate Communication and Focusing. She is a member of the Association for Coaching, an accredited mindfulness teacher with BreathworksMindfulness.org and a qualified Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) facilitator.
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