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Is coaching the same as counselling or therapy?

No, coaching is distinct from counselling or therapy. While counselling and therapy often focus on addressing past issues and emotional healing, coaching centres around the present and future. Coaches work with individuals to set goals, overcome obstacles, and create actionable plans for personal and professional development.

Do coaches advise people on what to do?

No, coaches do not provide direct advice. Instead, they facilitate a process where individuals explore their goals, values, and priorities. Coaches ask powerful questions, offer perspectives, and provide tools to help clients make informed decisions and take purposeful actions.

Is coaching confidential?

Yes, coaching sessions are confidential. Coaches adhere to strict ethical guidelines, ensuring that client information remains private and secure. This confidentiality fosters a safe and trusting environment for open communication and exploration.

Can any topic be discussed during coaching sessions?

Absolutely. Coaching sessions provide a space for individuals to explore various aspects of their personal and professional lives. Whether it's goal setting, career transitions, work-life balance, or any other topic, clients can bring up any subject they wish to discuss during their coaching sessions.

How can I learn more or discuss my specific needs?

Feel free to schedule a free enquiry call to learn more about my coaching services and discuss your specific needs. This initial conversation allows you to ask questions, understand the coaching process, and determine if coaching is the right fit for you.