Being a thought partner with the client and using evidence based tools we explore and develop competence -
The outcomes of successful coaching engagements has shown that:
According to Dr. Leah B. Mazzola (Youth Coaching Institute); coaches and therapists share a common goal – to enhance well-being and outcomes for those they serve. Some therapists are also coaches. Some coaches are also therapists. Deciding which is the best fit for the client depends on their current state of functioning and their needs and goals. Here’s an overview of the primary differences:
Therapists often refer clients to coaches as a next level of support. Therapists help clients get back to normalcy and begin moving onto thriving. Coaches can pick up the work from there to support clients as they continue to set and achieve meaningful goals and build skills for ongoing success.