Therapist into coach by Julia Vaughan Smith

By Julia Vaughan Smith

Offer your consumers greater than simply therapy

Therapist into Coach offers you the knowledge to deliver parts of a training procedure into your counseling process—adding elevated advantages for your consumers’ adventure in addition to your practice.

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I have had clients who have shared information about childhood trauma, including sexual abuse and bullying, and who have articulated the connections they see from that experience, and their response to it, to issues within their current situation. There have been times when I have wondered whether they would be helped by counselling or therapy. But remembering that the client is responsible, I have raised that with them and each time they have said something like: ‘No, I don’t feel that is what I need to do now.

Jane then added these to other things that were important to her to look at how she could get some of them in a different, more feasible way. She knew what she needed but her idea for meeting those needs did not quite fit. Clients know if they need emotional or therapeutic work; they haven’t stumbled into coaching by mistake but have made a choice. I have had clients who have shared information about childhood trauma, including sexual abuse and bullying, and who have articulated the connections they see from that experience, and their response to it, to issues within their current situation.

This is modelled throughout a coaching relationship. This is the non-directive aspect of coaching. As soon as you step into giving advice, guidance or directions, you take away some of the clients’ responsibility for deciding for themselves and learning from those decisions. While a ‘tell and sell’ model of ideas giving or direction isn’t developmental, it might lead to some short-term actions, but it doesn’t allow for learning through deciding, acting and experiencing the consequences. Having said that, it would be irresponsible of any coach to watch a client continue, or set COACHING: FACILITATING PERSONAL CHANGE 25 up, a potentially self-damaging process or one which might harm others.

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