The coach-client relationship is powerful and can offer support regardless of where someone happens to be on their journey. Coaching is not a form of mental health counseling or psychotherapy, a way to obtain treatment or diagnosis, or a replacement for working with licensed healthcare providers. However, it has great benefits over some traditional approaches to healing, recovery, transformation, and integration, as coaching is not constrained by any artificial boundaries or long-standing, outdated traditions. A good coach helps clients develop the best road map for achieving success, however it may be defined by the client, and walks with the client along that journey.
Some benefits of coaching include:
We echo the Being True to You perspective on coaching, which is: “No matter how stuck or hopeless you feel, how deep you’ve fallen or how big the mountain you have to climb, how grand your passion and vision to turn things around is, we can help you get your life back on track quickly, effectively, and with the greatest outcomes possible.”