NLP Training for Tikva
Tikva made aliya from Ethiopia with her parents as a little girl. Now an adult with seven children, Tikva studied to be a personal coach, hoping to stay out of poverty while helping her clients improve their lives. But she had to stop working with the birth of her youngest child last July, and during her maternity leave, she lost her clients.
The field of personal coaching is a growing one, but there are many coaches. Tikva needs to differentiate herself from the rest of the field. To do this, she would like to train in NLP, which would allow her to guide her clients to improve their communication skills. But with no income and eight mouths to feed, Tikva does not have the money to cover tuition.
Her social worker reports that Tikva is a devoted mother and a good friend to others in similar positions. She is sure that if Tikva can get the additional training she needs, she will be able to support herself and her family.