Balanced Time Perspective coaching

Balanced Time Perspective coaching

A step-by-step guide for practitioners on:

– how to start with balanced time perspective coaching and

– how to develop the Balanced Time Perspective in their clients

This course covers:

  • the basics of time perspective theory in general and balanced time perspective profile in particular;
  • a diagnostic tool that assess the level of balance of the time perspectives;
  • various coaching methods and interventions that can be used with clients to help them develop a more balanced time perspective;
  • an alternative approach to working with time management related issues
  • provides a different angle on dealing with multiple time management issues.

In this course you will learn:

  • the basics of the time perspective theory;
  • how to perform initial diagnostics, what do the results of the inventory mean, how to read the profile and what factors to consider when working with profiles as a practitioner;
  • what issues can arise due to excessive reliance on a particular time frame and how to deal with them in coaching practice;
  • how to develop a healthier relationship with time in general
  • various practical tools that can help individuals to develop a more balanced time perspective profile.

This course is for:

Psychologists, counsellors, therapists, coaches. Prior knowledge of the course topics is not necessary.


3500 DKK

Time perspective theory distinguishes between six different time perspectives: Past Negative, Past Positive, Present Fatalistic, Present Hedonistic, Future Positive and Future Negative.

Why having a Balanced Time Perspective profile is beneficial?

Research shows that having a balanced time perspective improves well-being and productivity on many levels: work-related, social and personal.

People with this profile are more optimistic and confident about their ability to achieve goals, have more agency about their future plans and goals, more mindful, more subjectively happy and satisfied with their lives, have purpose in life and are more resilient to stress and can manage highly uncertain situations, they are also more physically healthy and better equipped to be part of the collective / team; they are more sustainable in their behaviours.

They also live more meaningful lives, are more active in everything that is happening around them. They believe that if they fight and strive they can influence the consequences of the events and that the greatest satisfaction comes with wisdom and life experiences, both positive and negative.

They appreciate what the past has provided and actively learn from it, they are more aware of the present moment and feel more connected to overall context and nature, and are more conscious of their everyday actions and decisions and how those influence the future.

Course leader:

Anna Sircova, PhD

Clinical psychologist, practicing existential analysis, researcher, and visual artist. Over 20 years Anna has been exploring the concept of time, doing research, creative projects and various interventions. She is Head of the Board at Time Perspective Network – Denmark, currently curious about the concept of futurization.

Let’s find our balance!