"I'm ready to learn ways to manage my ADD."
"I want help falling asleep more easily."
"I changed jobs, it's going well but I want help managing the stress."
Congrats on exploring the role of coaching in your well-being! Our Clicians wish that in an ideal world, EVERYONE would have a 'wellness coach'. We've all had one... it's awesome for growing and manifesting your dreams!
Coaching is different than therapy. Coaching is often focused on solutions, dreams, life goals and performance enhancement. Therapy is often focused on healing, treatment and restoring functioning.
Some folks don't need therapy but coaching is a great resource for their wellness pursuits. Others will improve significantly via therapy, then transition to a coaching model.
Our MRC Clinicians are trained psychotherapists but are also trained to provide coaching under the appropriate circumstances. Coaching duration varies, sometimes just 1 session here and there, sometimes weekly for a few months, sometimes 10-session packages spread out as needed... lots of options.
What is Coaching?
Compassionate and confidential.
For people who are doing generally well, but desire to do even better.
Focuses on purpose, vision, and, strengths.
Focuses on health and well-being.
A coach is a sounding board, a confidante, a motivator, and a partner for developing strategies to bring out the best in you. Research shows that the most successful people require this support.
Coaching is more flexible than therapy, such as the use of phone calls and e-mail instead of or in addition to in-person sessions.
When coaching is for your:
When you need help transitioning through a particular change.
When you seems 'in a rut' and want direction or clarity in your life.
When you needs support taking responsibility for something in your life (ADHD, LD, tutoring, habits).
When you need support reaching health and fitness goals.
When you needs guidance with personal transformation.
Contact us to discuss the possibility of coaching.
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