Research Paper By Hélène Genillard
(Life Coach, SWITZERLAND)
It is a real pleasure to share my personal experience on how having Tarot cards in mind could help coaches in their practice.
1. First a little background about me (one page no more J):
After obtaining a degree in communication from Emerson College (Boston, United States) in 1999, I worked for the Massachusetts Democratic Party for a year, specifically as a campaign assistant for Senator Edward Kennedy in his Senate re-election campaign. These four years spent in Boston were crucial to my training in the field of communication.
Back in Switzerland, I joined Merck-Serono for five years, first as a coordinator in the Press Relations department, then as Sponsoring Manager. Alongside this, I pursued my academic studies by obtaining a diploma in journalism from the London School of Journalism.
In 2006 I became the Editor of Rolex’s external magazine, which I left two years later to put my communications experience to use on the Web by opening my company Novaprism.
At the same time I studied Tarot because I was always in touch with my intuition and got curious about this card game, which has been so famous through the ages. I thought that I could discover powerful tools, which I did, for others or myself. I studied these cards for several years and am always amazed by their deep content.
In my private life, doctors told me that my second pregnancy would keep me in bed for more than 6 months, like my first one. Therefore I looked for a powerful self-development course to be done online. This led me to ICA. Now I would like to show you how tarot could contribute to your coaching practice. Enjoy the journey!