Why should I consider coaching, rather than therapy?

I often get asked “how is coaching different from therapy?”  

Coaching is the process of seeing where you are right now, deciding where you want to go, and taking action (to move past the obstacles) to get there. The destination is critical.  Standard talk therapy is used primarily to determine and understand your past and present experiences and there are no defined forward motion agreements made by the client and no accountability for new results. Effective personal growth work can often require a combination of both coaching and therapy.  

In my coaching practice, clients often come to me when they have exhausted therapy and their bodies are beginning to break down from stress.  They have spent a lot of time and money trying to figure out how to be happier (or less stressed) and have become stuck.  My unique Trust Coaching work focuses on what we already know and what I intuitively glean in our conversation.  My specialized tools and techniques help move you forward to where you want to go. It’s not always easy work and I tell potential clients “this work is not for the faint hearted”.  

Most of my clients tell me, “I’ve been in therapy for a long time, and have made more progress with you in a few months than I did in years of therapy”.  I am fortunate and gifted in using my innate skills to help individuals quickly move out of misery and into a rich and rewarding life.


Call today to see if I can help you.

 

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