Lynne’s Approaches & Connections:

Living In Vision coaching is an ideal solution for getting unstuck.

Blending coaching with healing gets you moving.  It combines the practical and the esoteric to get the most complete results. Conversations with Lynne clarify direction, move you toward a brighter future, and take you beyond whatever stands in your way.

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Coaching asks powerful questions to reveal new solutions. 

Practically speaking, our beliefs and attitudes are the basis for our choices and our resulting behaviors.  If we want to change our behaviors, we need to start at the foundations.  

Recent studies in neuroscience have proven that beliefs and attitudes are not hard-wired and reveal that our brains malleable – in “science-speak”, we have neuroplasticity. So we CAN alter our beliefs and make new choices.

Coaching helps us become aware of our beliefs and attitudes, supports our testing of them for validity and value in our lives, and helps decide on and make any changes we would like to from there. 

Through healing, we address change at an energetic level. 

By altering synaptic frequency patterns which generate our beliefs and filter our perceptions, we can change behavioral outcomes. 

If you think about it, a synaptic connection in the brain is triggered by an electrical impulse.  It is energetic.   Such connections can be either reinforced or weakened. When you consciously decide on a different approach, you are actively changing the synaptic patterns to get different results. In healing we call this an ‘energetic shift’.

Combining these two approaches shines light on the path to your best future, and accelerates progress toward living your vision.

Lynne’s Learning Connections

Master Certified Coach, International Coach Federation (ICF)

Earning credentials from this globally recognized organization requires adhering to rigorous ethics and standards.  Master candidates are evaluated on 11 Core Competencies, numerous and long term training hours, and documented coaching experience.  Lynne has 4000+ coaching hours logged.

Team Lead & Associate Consultant, Synergy Global  

Synergy Global leverages talent to help make the world a better place. “We add value by assisting executives and their teams to not only clarify their values-based vision and goals, but also be more creative in achieving sustainable behavioral and cultural change.”  Heather-Jane Gray, CEO

Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, The Coaches Training Institute  

The Co-Active Coaching Model balances self-awareness, agility in relationships, and courageous action to create an environment where individuals can be deeply fulfilled, connected to others and successful in what matters most.

coaching-for-womenConversational Intelligence®, Judith E. Glaser, World Business & Executive Coaching Summit

This training uses neuroscience to create profound and lasting transformation for individuals, teams, and entire organizational cultures. By combining science and intuition, Conversational Intelligence (C-IQ) shifts our world from I-Centric to WE-Centric, building Conversational Transformation at neuro-chemical levels.

Where ever it is applied, C-IQ is a force for positive transformation, establishing high levels of trust, triggering growth and innovation, overcoming limiting conversational patterns and gracefully navigating difficult conversations.

Now certified in Conversational Intelligence®, Lynne has access to the C-IQ Catalyst Tools and technologies used to facilitate workshops, masterminds and other in-depth sessions aimed at elevating performance, creating and sustaining a healthy organization.

Together, we are changing the world one conversation at a time.

Human Software Engineer, Great Life Technologies

Bridging coaching and spiritual practice, this methodology is akin to healing, and accessible to a broader audience.  This kind of coach training recognizes that emotional conditioning creates obstacles to realizing full potential.  It offers simple, effective ways to resolve and move beyond conditioned behavior.  Founder Tom Stone developed these techniques to help people ‘break free from their habits’ after hearing his teacher say this was what keeps people from being enlightened.

Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching, Centre for Right Relationships/CTI,

These methods center on improving relationship dynamics for both intimate couples and work groups. Coaching in this way provides models and structure for observing and exploring how and who we are in relationships, helping develop awareness of and empathy for others.  Ultimately, practitioners experience and help develop increased positivity and agreement.

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Living Systems Team Coaching, Posi-TRAK Coaching

Using principles from individual coaching and ICF Core Competencies, Posi-TRAK Coaching addresses the needs of teams and groups. Facilitated conversations support values alignment, finding common purpose and engaging in collaborative action planning.

Spiritual Teacher Certification, Leyline Center for Spiritual Practice

This forms the foundation and philosophical underpinning for personal transformation. Based on the premise that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, the practices taught support us in being fully present and consciously aware. In this state, we have the capacity to make conscious choices toward creating our own desired reality.

Associate in Media Resources, Arts & Sciences, 1985 Capilano College  

Studies in Communications Theory, Instructional Design and Interviewing Skills form the foundation of Lynne’s work in training, coaching and facilitation. These studies continue to inform her growth as a mentor and supporter of clients experiencing change.

Business Training

APEC Small Business Counsellor, Acadia Centre of Social & Business Entrepreneurship, 2009

The APEC Training Certification Program and the Acadia Centre Approach enabled her to further apply her interpersonal development skills in areas where change can and does operate at speed, and even relentlessly.

Enterprise Facilitator, The Sirolli Foundation, 1997