congruence

Congruent comes from the Latin verb congruere “to come together” “correspond with.” “in agreement”.

It is also a term used by Carl Rogers (a humanistic psychologist) to describe a state in which a person’s ideal self and actual experience are consistent or very similar. However, it was rare for a complete state of congruence to exist and that all people experience a certain amount of incongruence.

Therefore, it is about constantly aligning and integrating.

LIVING FROM WITHIN

Internally, it is doing the work and taking care of ourselves, aligning and integrating our heart, mind and body.. what we thinking, feeling and experiencing.

One model used in ontological coaching is BEL (body, emotions, language). It is also referred to as ways of being model.

It essentially is our heart, mind and body. Or some call it mind, body and soul.

LEADING BEYOND

Externally, it is the way we speak, carry ourselves and interact with the world around us.

This is about aligning what we thinking, feeling and experiencing and our actions and behaviours.

It is also about leading beyond ourselves and our lives to lead and contribute to the world.

ALIGNING AND INTEGRATING
HEART, MIND, BODY CONNECTION

LIVING AND BEING WHOLE, HEALTHY AND BEST VERSON OF SELF

LEADING BEYOND OURSELVES 
AND CONTRIBUTE

Do the inner work, take care of you so you can use you.

OUR FAMILY

The Congruence Space is a new addition to the Pivotal family.

Adding to our strength in training, facilitation, leadership and team development, The Congruence Space look at exploring the usage of self to improve performance.

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Ting believes that in order for any good work to happen, the focus lies within the self work and care. When we are at our best, we are able to create even greater work; to impact the world we are living in.

What is really close to her heart are mental and emotional health, trauma, healing and somatic work.

Since 2012, she has been guiding individuals, teams and organizations in building their mental, emotional and physical competency and health to improve performance in life and at work.

Equipped in her toolbox is a range of skill set from yoga, somatic (bodywork and movement), leadership embodiment, tension, trauma release(TRE), psychology, healing, counselling, psychotherapy as well as her own experimentation.

With these, Ting brings to the table a combination of art and science to offer practical perspectives and tips for a more holistic development.