Coaching supports individuals in getting to where they want to get to and achieving their goals. It’s empowering.
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What is coaching?
Coaching is a partnership that maximizes human potential. It is life-changing, world-changing work.
How is coaching different from psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy frequently focuses on the past and on healing psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, phobia, trauma, destructive behaviors and addiction. Coaching is primarily learning and action-oriented, moving people toward the fulfillment of their life purpose, dreams, and goals. Coaches regularly refer clients to psychotherapists and other mental health professionals for issues that are better suited to a therapeutic relationship.
–Definitions of Coaching above are from the Leadership that Works website
“Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment.” –International Coach Federation
IMHU’s certified coaches are trained to also share experiences and resources in a safe, supportive, inclusive and welcoming environment. Most of our coaches have lived experience with spiritual emergency and spiritual emergence and thus a deeper understanding of the terrain.