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coaching psychology with vanessa dias

Coaching Psychology

Vanessa Dias is a Psychology Coach with 15+ years of experience. Could Coaching Psychology be the right option for you?

About

Vanessa Dias is a Certified Well-being Coach with an academic background in Psychology.


She has 15+ years of experience as a private teacher and enjoys creating educational content to support sensitives and creatives on their journey toward well-being, meaning and high performance.


Areas of expertise:

  • Coaching Psychology
  • Therapeutic Arts & Mindfulness
  • Social & Organizational Psychology

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“Compassionate, caring and insightful at more levels than most. She was always sensitive to my needs”


— Michelle , USA 🇺🇸

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“Things have been going well with me and I do thank you for the sessions and hope you put into me”


— Mohammad, Iran 🇮🇷

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“Vanessa’s insight definitely gave me a sense of purpose in my life. Now I know what my true skills are”


— Penny, Turkey 🇹🇷

Free Guided Meditations

  • Peaceful Warrior

    This is a guided practice that will help you connect with the more peaceful, wiser part of your self so that you can decrease stress, anxiety, or even anger. To benefit the most, make sure you listen to this practice in a safe and distraction-free environment. Please, do not listen to this audio while driving or doing any other activity requiring your full attention.

  • A Thank You Letter to God

    This is a heartfelt audio exploration to help you reflect on your connection with God/Source/Universe and how grateful you feel on a daily basis. Do you notice the gifts and the signs that show up every day to wake you? Connect with this gratitude exercise and let your heart open.

  • Heart Coherence Practice

    Heart coherence is the ability to adjust our heart rate smoothly and yet quickly, whenever needed. Join this guided practice to learn how to generate heart coherence and experience a greater sense of overall well-being.

  • Dear Addicted Self

    This is a guided practise to help you heal and release negative feelings, such as shame and guilt, that arise when we engage in addictive behaviours. Allow yourself to own your feelings and know that you are not alone in this journey.

  • Mindful Breathing

    Mindfulness is the ability to remain grounded in the present moment, aware of what is going on inside and outside of ourselves, without judgment You can increase your awareness and sensitivity to your body’s signs and cues by being more mindful of your internal systems.

  • Introduction to Mindfulness

    This guided practice will introduce you to mindfulness meditation. The goal here is to help you focus on your breath and notice how your body relaxes as you breathe in and out. Let go of thoughts and feelings that may arise.

Emotional Health Habits

A transformational and empowering workbook that results from a fusion of psychological insights, art therapy and practical wisdom.


Explore and develop 20 different emotional health habits through mindful writing and mandala-colouring.


Whether you are new to these practices or seeking to improve your emotional health, this workbook provides you with a structured and holistic approach to the world of emotions.

The Golden Hour Method: How to Boost Well-being Everyday
We live in a fast-paced environment and, sooner or later, we find ourselves struggling to keep up with it. New information seems to circulate faster today than the speed of light. It pops up and down, from left to right. It often even reaches us with...
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How To Lead a Good Life According to Psychology
Positive Psychology is a section within the psychological sciences. It studies the strengths and virtues that allow us as individuals, communities and institutions to thrive. At the core of Positive Psychology is the assumption that human beings are ...
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The Greatest Benefit of Decluttering Is Not What You Think
Clutter can negatively impact our well-being by making us feel uncomfortable, anxious, and stressed. This is especially true for highly sensitive people since clutter can easily overstimulate the mind and the senses. Distractions occur more regularly...
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Shame: 3 Important Strategies To Overcome Shaming Behaviour
Some of us carry a lot of shame without recognising it for what it is. At least, a good number of us seem to suffer from its consequences but fail to identify the experience of what we are feeling as shame.Shame results from a negative perception of ...
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Intelligent Fast Failure: Overcome The Fear of Trying Something New
Some say that Intelligent Fast Failure (IFF) is a method or a tool. For me, it is a mindset, a principle that inspires me to treat life as an experiment, a continuous process of learning and re-adjustment. I first heard of the theory behind IFF in a ...
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Well-being: From Ancient Greece to Popular Psychology Research
To talk about well-being is to talk about several aspects that compose human life. Therefore, it is not surprising we find so many different takes on:what well-being ishow it can be measuredwhat outcomes are under its direct or indirect influenceWell...
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