Worldwide Trainers & Mentors
We are thrilled to introduce the first ever Neurolanguage Coach® Trainers, who will be delivering the ELC Language Coaching Certification at various locations worldwide and in various languages, not only English.
The ELC Licensed Trainers, as Professional Neurolanguage Coaches, are also our Mentors for the Neurolanguage Pathway.
If you are considering becoming a Neurolanguage Coach and you feel you would like support and assistance before or along the way, do contact our Mentors for guidance and support. They have all been through each step of the journey and have their own experience and wisdom to offer.
Bianca Genovese, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“And the journey goes on and on. Three years ago I found the ELC Neurolanguage Coaching Certificate ® by chance. I jumped into the space and today I am one of the first licenced Professional Neurolanguage Coaches ®(accredited by the ICF) preparing the German ELC-courses. I am certified in international Cultural Studies and international Communications (M.A.) and I have been working with students and teens for many years as a Waldorf School Teacher for forgein languages: German, English, Italian and Spanish. My working fields in the last years have been in Tourism, Sports, Trainings and Education in Spain, Mexico, Portugal, South America and Italy.”
Cheryl Williams, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I’m a licenced Professional Neurolanguage Coach®and a Certified & Accredited Advanced Neurolanguage Coach® (US and European trademark Rachel M Paling) – certified by Efficient Language Coaching and accredited with the International Coaching Federation. I’m a freelancer and also offer English Business Training in; Banking, Investment Advisory, Money Laundering, Budget Analyst, Corporate Financing, Budget Planning, Business Planning, Marketing & Sales, and Presentations.”
Clare Crawford, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I’m a licenced Professional Neurolanguage Coach® and a Certified & Accredited Advanced Neurolanguage Coach® (US and European trademark Rachel M Paling) – certified by Efficient Language Coaching and accredited with the International Coaching Federation. I was born in Northern Ireland and I spent many years roaming the United Kingdom before settling in France in 2009. France seems to suit me! I began my career in public relations and marketing, then moved to teaching English Language and Literature in state and private secondary schools. As well as working with pupils aged from 11-18, I trained and mentored teachers, focusing on how to adapt their teaching strategies and tools in order to engage and inspire young learners. When I moved to France, I also made the move to teaching adult ESL learners. My work in research laboratories, heavy and light industries, business schools and the European institutions in Luxembourg, foregrounded two questions again and again: how do we learn best and how do we make room for real skills acquisition when we’re faced with heavy demands on our time and energy? These questions led me to search for, and find, Neurolanguage Coaching! In my spare time, I lift weights, listen to music and try to learn as much as possible about why we think and act the way we do. I work in English and French, face to face, by telephone, by Skype or by video conference”
Daniela Bonvicini, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“Languages and travels have always been my passion since I was a teenager. My academic path was rather unusual: Foreign Languages at high school, then Physics at University. 18-yrs work experience with customer support and sales, using the languages I knew as often as I could. I’ve been practising as Neurolanguage Coach® since December 2015, coaching people beyond language barriers in English/ French/ German. This opened out onto Life Coaching: I got my certification with ICF in September 2017 and now I’m building up my business also into that direction. I was certified as Professional Neurolanguage Coach® in April 2018 and I would be delighted to share my experience with you, both in applying the Neurolanguage Coaching® approach AND in setting up your own business through it”
Eva Peckova, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I graduated from the Pedagogical Faculty in Pilsen. I’ve been a lecturer of English and German for almost 15 years. I got my ICF certification in 2014. After that I have coached over 200 clients in different areas in Czech and English. I am a passionate language learner myself, still learning French, Russian and Spanish which led to being a founder of a well-recognized conference for language enthusiasts in the Czech Republic. As a mother of two children, I know how little time my clients have, so I follow the most effective trends in teaching and neuroscience to get better results in a shorter period of time.”
Jacob M Hawsa, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I’m a licenced Professional Neurolanguage Coach® and a Certified & Accredited Advanced Neurolanguage Coach® (US and European trademark Rachel M Paling) – certified by Efficient Language Coaching and accredited with the International Coaching Federation. I have been working in the field of Languages since 2005. Tutoring university learners, working for the National Guard and the Air Force has given me an exceptional experience in English for Special Purposes, ESP. I have received my teaching training mostly in the UK and the British Council, attended a CELTA course at Bell international school, Bedgebury and an INTESOL course at Frisby’s College, Great Yarmouth, the UK, additionally, many workshops, held by the British Council, including IELTS teaching, young learners and bringing stories to life.”
Juan Carlos Campos Tapia, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I’m a Licensed Neurolanguage Coaching trainer and Professional Neurolanguage Coach®. I want to innovate the way languages are taught so that I can contribute with my clients’ personal and professional development more efficiently. Great control of both productive and receptive skills in English. Holder of International certifications by the Universities of Michigan and Cambridge in Business English such as the BULATS, TOEIC as well as the ECPE examinations. Experienced as both Director and Manager of Language Centers here in Perú. Innovative, entrepreneurial- spirited and willing to go the extra mile to achieve the desired results.”
Katarzyna Hylinska, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
Author of articles about brain-based coaching and Neurolanguage Coaching®. Advocate of professionalisation of language coaching which has now crystalised into the concept of Neurolanguage Coaching®. I hold an MA in English Philology and have supported people coming from a variety of business sectors in their foreign language development for 17 years. I do believe that the more of a human being we – teachers, trainers, coaches – see in a person sitting in front of us as a learner, the better they learn. And that to be able to do this we need to go deeper and deeper into our self-awareness, the border of which is infinity…”
Margherita Sforza, Professional Neurolanguage Coach®
“I’m a licenced Professional Neurolanguage Coach® and a Certified & Accredited Advanced Neurolanguage Coach®. Since 2012 I’ve been a LANGUAGE TRAINER AND CERTIFIED NEUROLANGUAGE COACH® for French speaking professionals and individuals (registered as a Language Training Agency in France). I’ve delivered English communication courses for Civil servants and English training for adults (private individuals, retirees, corporate clients, specific purposes, specialised English) English speaking exam preparation for the French bar exam. I’ve also been an instructor in Diplôme universitaire (D.U) at the Centre de langues et de certifications (University certification course in levels B1, B2.1 and B2.2 in English) and have taught specialized courses in the Tour guiding Bachelor’s Degree Programme. I hold a Master’s Degree in Teaching French as a second language (Université de Perpignan Via Domitia) and Masters Degree Humanities (Université de Perpignan Via Domitia), and Bachelor of Arts honors in French studies with Concentration in International Studies (Brock University)”