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Client-Centered Directiveness: An Oxymoron That Works – Part One

At its very foundation, coaching is client-centered. The work of Carl Rogers profoundly influenced the founders of the life coaching profession. Yet, among the thousands of health and wellness coaches we have trained at Real Balance (http://www.realbalance.com), the question of … Continue reading

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Unconditional Positive Regard: The Being and Doing of Coaching – Part Two

When our coaching clients experience complete acceptance of who they are without judgment, and feel prized and understood, great things happen. The suspension of judgment is a real challenge for many people. To keep ourselves safe we have learned to … Continue reading

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