Most coaches will focus on a single need – "I'm a wellbeing coach"; "I'm a career coach", "I'm a financial coach", "I'm a relationship coach". But what happens when you hire a parenting coach to help you with your child, when your impatience is just the symptom, and burnout the cause?
I'm an integrative coach: my approach to coaching recognises that you are a complex and unique individual with nuanced and overlapping needs that can't be put in a box. You can bring your whole self to your coaching sessions – my job is to offer the exact support you're looking for, at exactly the right time.
In order to make progress with any topic, four things must be in place: an ethical coaching space of acceptance, recognition and optimism; an open, committed and honest client, who brings a clear challenge or ambition to each session; a listening, observing and questioning coach, who brings a mixing deck of coaching skills to each session; and a powerful coaching process.
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