Benefits of Coaching
Wellness coaching is a unique and powerful means to achieving extraordinary breakthroughs in your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. The value of a coach is that we bring to your problem a perspective that you cannot achieve on your own; we call it a blind spot. While, you're on the inside, looking out, we are on the
Benefits of Coaching
Wellness coaching is a unique and powerful means to achieving extraordinary breakthroughs in your mental, physical, and emotional well-being. The value of a coach is that we bring to your problem a perspective that you cannot achieve on your own; we call it a blind spot. While, you're on the inside, looking out, we are on the outside, looking in. By exposing your blind spots, you are able to widen your view and see new possibilities for situations you thought were a dead end. Coaching helps you to clear out what's not working, so you can you make room for what you really want. The benefits of coaching are clear and recognized on many levels. Coaching helps you to become more accountable to your goals and values, so that you get a fresh perspective, a new way of thinking, and ultimately a new way of living.
By having a coach you will:
Develop practices that center you bringing you continuously closer to balance, harmony, and inner peace.
Become more physically and emotionally aware, increasing your ability to achieve physical, mental, and emotional health goals
You will get rid of limiting beliefs, squashing shame, blame and improving self confidence.
You will not only improve your effectiveness at work
Find love in new relationships and/or Enhance Love in your Current Relationships
Create or Enhance your Spiritual Connectedness
With coaching, you will discover a new view of yourself that will leave you more authentic, less stressed, more confident, more excited about life, and performing at a level you never thought possible.
What to Expect During My Coaching Sessions
The first session is the assessment. Generally, there will be some type of questionnaire (in our case it is the Wellness Blueprint) which assesses your balance & well-being in several different areas of your life. It also assesses your satisfaction with where you are. This gives us a starting point for developing your goals and first set of action steps. During the first coaching session we establish those goals, ground rules, and timelines. It's important that these be set early in the process to foster a trusting and safe environment for both parties going forth.
During subsequent sessions, the client leads the session, looking to the coach to help them deepen in certain areas of "stuck-ness." This is a process where you set the goals, you make the decisions, you do the work, and in turn you get the results you desire. Dr. Clairborne, as your coach guides you. She stands up for what you say you want for your life and health.
Myths About Coaching
Coaching is not therapy. Coaching is not about fixing people's emotional problems. In fact, most people who hire a coach do so because they already have some emotional and spiritual awareness of where they are and they just need guidance to move to the next level. They may recognize that there is a block and that coaching my help them to push through whatever block may be holding them back from their goal.
Coaching is just pleasant conversation. Although conversations in coaching sessions can be fun, a coach's job is to help you move forward in a way that's in keeping with who you are and what you want. The goal of coaching is to facilitate a deep learning and lasting change. So the coaching conversation should be both relevant and resonant. Both the coach and client should always attend the session ready to work.
Coaching is about giving you all the answers. In fact it is just the opposite. A good coach will ask the right questions to stimulate your consciousness so that you become more aware of the blocks that may be keeping you from you goals, as well as the solutions that may push you through to furthering your success. While a coach may pose probing questions and give gentle suggestions or assignments that help you move forward toward your goals, he or she does not give advice on what you "should" or "should not" do.