Intro to 3Ps
What are the Three Principles? Why is this useful for coaches? Has psychology now found the principles behind the human experience?
These articles will give you an insight into the Three Principles.
Transition to 3Ps
Many coaches, NLPers and change-workers are transitioning to a principles-based approach. Discover how you can make the transition in a way that honours you and your clients. We speak to coaches who have shifted from a traditional approach to the 3Ps. We share ideas on how to avoid the pitfalls.
How is a principles-based approach being used in businesses and the community? The 3Ps approach is making a significant impact in projects across the world. This includes in schools, criminal justice, businesses and charities. Discover some of the ways it is being used.
Would you like some help to choose the right 3P coaching or facilitator training? Coaching and facilitation is a rewarding career and it’s important to get it right. Let us help you navigate through some of the best training in the UK and across the world.
We share some of the best articles, blogs and resources that are available to the coaches exploring a 3P approach. How do you get hold of Sydney Banks books and recordings? We will point you in the right direction.
From the Blog
We have an unshakeable, unbreakable psychological core of wellbeing that is with us all the time. Whenever we lose sight of it, it doesn’t go anywhere – we just get caught up in our thoughts. As soon as we drop out of our thoughts we return to that rooted foundation.read more
How easy is it to become a coach? The secret is to take it slowly as Liz Scott discovers when she speaks with Ankush Jain.
Wellbeing and mental health is at the heart of a talk by Ian Watson. This audio recording from his talk is a perfect overview of how the Three Principles can support people who are in mental distress.
Principles-based coaching is different from traditional coaching. Liz Scott speaks to Ian Watson (a 3P trainer and facilitator) and Piers Thurston (a seasoned 3P coach and trainer) to understand what it means for coaches making the switch.