Similarly to therapy, COACHING addresses the desire of a client to implement change and identify possibilities leading to a satisfying and fulfilling life.
COACHING is conducted with a non-judgemental, collaborative approach and it offers a very powerful opportunity to explore and identify specific goals as well as challenges, discussing the client’s experience, beliefs and values, as well as desired outcomes.
While psychotherapy addresses the client’s reality from and emotional and relational perspective, COACHING works in a different way.
During COACHING clients are able to identify clear targets and achievements and are guided by the Coach toward finding their own subjective resources and tools in order to achieve these targets.
The emphasis in the COACHING session is focused on goal achievement and the obstacles that may prevent it. Psychological issues are not necessarily explored in the same depth as one would in psychotherapy.
I draw my expertise from the background of my Psychotherapy skills, while using these within a COACHING modality.