Master of Science
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Solving a problem with insight provokes a change of mind and concomitantly, behaviour. This mixed method study examined moments of insight during life coaching to determine whether having moments of insight led to more meaningful and sustained behavior change. Moments of insight and non-insight were tracked over nine life-coaching sessions with a population of women (N=6) and their coaches (N=6). Validated measures of problem-solving ability, psychological well-being, and mindfulness were collected before and after the intervention, along with behaviour change goals, Wheel of Life® satisfaction, and a personal strength profile. At eight weeks post intervention, sustainability was assessed via an online survey. Insights increased significantly (p
Robinson, Tracy A., "Linking Insight To Behaviour Change In A Life Coaching Intervention For Women" (2016). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository. 3988.