On 31th December 2019 an increasing number of pneumonia of unknown aetiology that depend on a new virus, SarsCoV-2, has been registered. The epicentre of the spread of the pathogen has been identified in the Chinese city of Wuhan, but the Coronavirus has reached other neighbouring countries and on January 24th the first cases have been ascertained in Europe, until the World Health Organization declared the state of pandemic. Coaching can be the key to find oneself and therefore to focus more effectively on the actual bonds, affections and investments, at least slightly reducing the need for elsewhere that often characterizes the escape from oneself. In our experience, coaching can stimulate and promote the growth and improvement of personal resources and the potential of each individual in full respect of their uniqueness and their peculiar characteristics, helping to revive the ability to think and dream of a better future. Specifically, in this particularly delicate moment, embarking on a coaching process can make learn resilience, acquire specific skills and discover transversal abilities. Coaching can offer the opportunity to find the motivation and perseverance to adopt functional behaviours to achieve a greater level of well-being. The coaching process can transform this moment of crisis into an opportunity for personal and professional growth, facing uncertainty and change, keeping the course and focus on own objectives, investing to improve himself. The construction of an ethics of collaboration and solidarity, in which everyone renounces something in the name of the common good could be the best way to look forward to the future with less anxiety and to preserve mental and physical health.

Marano, G., Traversi, G., Gesualdi, A., Biffi, A., Gaetani, E., Sani, G., Mazza, M., Mental Health and Coaching Challenges Facing the COVID-19 Outbreak, <<PSYCHIATRIA DANUBINA>>, 2021; 33 (1): 124-126 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/202503]

Mental Health and Coaching Challenges Facing the COVID-19 Outbreak

Biffi, A.;Gaetani, E.;Sani, G.;Mazza, M.
2021

Abstract

On 31th December 2019 an increasing number of pneumonia of unknown aetiology that depend on a new virus, SarsCoV-2, has been registered. The epicentre of the spread of the pathogen has been identified in the Chinese city of Wuhan, but the Coronavirus has reached other neighbouring countries and on January 24th the first cases have been ascertained in Europe, until the World Health Organization declared the state of pandemic. Coaching can be the key to find oneself and therefore to focus more effectively on the actual bonds, affections and investments, at least slightly reducing the need for elsewhere that often characterizes the escape from oneself. In our experience, coaching can stimulate and promote the growth and improvement of personal resources and the potential of each individual in full respect of their uniqueness and their peculiar characteristics, helping to revive the ability to think and dream of a better future. Specifically, in this particularly delicate moment, embarking on a coaching process can make learn resilience, acquire specific skills and discover transversal abilities. Coaching can offer the opportunity to find the motivation and perseverance to adopt functional behaviours to achieve a greater level of well-being. The coaching process can transform this moment of crisis into an opportunity for personal and professional growth, facing uncertainty and change, keeping the course and focus on own objectives, investing to improve himself. The construction of an ethics of collaboration and solidarity, in which everyone renounces something in the name of the common good could be the best way to look forward to the future with less anxiety and to preserve mental and physical health.
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Marano, G., Traversi, G., Gesualdi, A., Biffi, A., Gaetani, E., Sani, G., Mazza, M., Mental Health and Coaching Challenges Facing the COVID-19 Outbreak, <<PSYCHIATRIA DANUBINA>>, 2021; 33 (1): 124-126 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/202503]
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