Coaching and counseling serve different purposes. Coaching focuses on guiding you towards achieving your personal and professional goals. It involves supporting you in facing current challenges and planning for the future, but it typically doesn't involve exploring your past experiences. On the other hand, counseling delves into understanding how your past shapes your current state, particularly your emotions, thoughts, and feelings. It often addresses trauma and cognitive issues. Coaching, which has been a part of human history for centuries, offers accountability, structure, and strategy, helping many achieve success in various fields.
The journey to feeling better varies for each person, as everyone has unique challenges and goals. It's important to remember that there's nothing you might be facing that is completely unheard of. Your progress largely depends on the effort you put in. While I can guide you, the real work and healing come from within you. Typically, coaching programs have a specific duration, but many clients report feeling lighter and more positive after sessions like guided meditation or energy healing. You can expect a similar uplifting experience.
I'm glad you asked! When looking for a coach, it's essential to understand their approach to growth and healing. My background as a counselor, spiritual healer, and teacher allows me to offer a comprehensive, holistic approach. I focus on all aspects of well-being for a complete wellness experience. Having been on the other side as a client myself, I deeply understand the therapeutic and spiritual journey. For more details about my coaching style and what I offer, please see the attached "SES Coaching Intro Letter".
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