Young Lilies Community Interest Company was set up in 2014 by NHS nurse, therapist and life coach Liu Yang to provide a free online coaching service for young people aged between 18 and 25.
As a fellow at the Royal Society for Public Health, Liu is passionate about improving people’s mental wellbeing. Lack of work is evidently detrimental to health and well-being. Looking for work and filling out endless job applications can be lonely and soul-destroying. People who are unemployed consult their GPs more often than the general population. Liu sees that there is a broader need in society for Young Lilies CIC to deliver its coaching service to people who are job seeking.
f you are an individual under the age of 25, you can contact us directly to receive your own 1-2-1 Hired Young People Programme. Young Lilies’ aim is to transform the lives by empowering people to understand how the mind works to unleash the innate potential to want to achieve and Move Towards Work. Hired covers subjects
On motivation – why we do the things that we do? What motivates us? What is the map of our world?
On influence – what shapes our future? What limits us from achieving what we want?
On maximisation – what enables people to tap into their potential? What are the possibilities of personal power?
On health – What is the essence of good health in terms of what we eat, think, feel and do?
Practical skills including work ethics, communication skills and setup a job fair for claimants to practice their interpersonal skills.
Lil has a wide range of experience working with clients from all walks of life over the past 30 years from phobia, anxiety, weight management to depression. She has helped clients to creat harmony in families, rekindle relationships, boost motivation, unleash their true-self and find life’s purpose.
She speaks English and Mandarine Chinese. Please feel free to contact her now by email lil@Young-Lilies.org.uk
Word of Thought
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