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is not therapy.
It does not focus on your past, healing deep emotional wounds,
or resolving symptoms, such as those of anxiety or depression.
The coach assumes that the client is capable, creative and
whole and able to work with the coach to develop a plan based on
the client’s values and goals.
is not consulting. Unlike
a consultant, who is hired to provide the answers, the coach is
not in a role to know all the answers and solve all of the client’s
problems. The coach may frequently challenge the client to take
action toward their goals, but does not” tell the client what to
is not friendship. While the give and take of relationship
is vital to all of us, coaching differs in that the focus is all
on the client and what will give them maximum benefit.
is not cheerleading. Anyone
can offer basic support and encouragement; however, a coach also
teaches specific skills to help people change their behavior.