I rely on solution and resource-oriented coaching according to De Shazer. This means that the search is primarily for solutions to a situation and not necessarily for the causes of a problem. Sometimes, however, it can also be useful to get to the root of a difficulty and improve the way you deal with it. I focus strongly on the personal experiences and strengths of the person being coached and assume that everyone has the skills to turn a situation around. Sometimes, however, you need some external impetus to (re)recognize and develop these skills.
Depending on your needs or wishes, I use relaxation techniques (self-hypnosis, autogenic training or progressive relaxation according to Jacobson) or other techniques from hypnosis and mindfulness. However, this is of course only by arrangement and at your express request.
For some issues, elements from behavioral therapy have proven to be effective. These are also included if necessary.
For stressful beliefs or beliefs that cause suffering, I like to fall back on “The work” by Byron Katie.