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You are a Coach / Counselor!! So, what makes you a REALLY GOOD ONE??    

Really good coaches (and counselors) assure their clients (especially organizational buyers of coaching) that they have a quality assurance process in place; their work is based on the latest evidence based practice; and that they are committed to the protection … Continue reading

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Development of Insight in a Helping Relationship

(In this series I use the terms coach, counselor, therapist synonymously. This is to create an ease of reading and to reach a wider audience; I do appreciate that there are differences within each profession. To create a common bridge … Continue reading

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Maturing as a Coach: How Carl Rogers can help us!

(In this series I use the terms coach, counselor, therapist synonymously. This is to create an ease of reading and to reach a wider audience; I do appreciate that there are differences within each profession. To create a common bridge … Continue reading

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The FOUR Critical Times We need Support

There are four critical times in our lives when we often need support. Unfortunately, we don’t recognize these periods, or are not sure where to turn to for support, or have too much of an ego to reach out for … Continue reading

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Sharpening the Saw for Coaches – A Plan for 2016!

All coaches (or others in similar helping professions such as counselors) want to be successful as they support their clients. However, not many have an ongoing program to continually sharpen their edge. Here are a few ideas that can help … Continue reading

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Yoga se Kya Hoga?

Getting older is a natural part of life. Not only do we get older, but often we have older parents or elders to care for. We all want good health and a quality of life for ourselves, and for the … Continue reading

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Minimizing Digital Addiction for our Children (and Ourselves) (Part 3)

In the first two parts of this series, we looked at how children (and us?) are getting addicted to digital devices. To conclude this series, we look at some ways to wean children and families away from this addiction and … Continue reading

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