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6 Steps to Building Trust with your Clients
Have you ever wondered how to build trust with new clients? If you’re a coach or other practitioner who helps clients, then you know that trust is essential to helping your clients. Most people believe trust builds over time. It’s true, yet most Wellness Coaches would agree that in order for their clients to make changes, the client needs to open up about their challenges, fears, goals and successes and the sooner they do, the sooner they will see results. So how do you help your client to trust you and open up, so you can make a big breakthrough together?
Before a coach can find ways to help a client change patterns in their life, the coach needs to build a helping and caring relationship with the client in a way that the client knows that the coach cares, and uRead More
How to Heal and Be Well
Guest Blog Post by IAWP Faculty Member, Dr. Bernie Siegel
If you view illness as an opportunity, then when you get sick, you can ask yourself, "Okay, what can I learn from this disease. What do I need to look at first?"
When I began working with the group Exceptional Cancer Patients, I noticed many of the group lived longer than their doctors expected. I wanted to know why. I began to observe and inquire and noticed that the long-term survivors were the ones who began to pay attention to their feelings. As they expressed their emotions, made wise choices and became more spiritual, their bodies benefited. The physical changes were the side effects of an altered life.
Physicians call the most dramatic healings "spontaneous remissions." Once we have labeled them, w...Read More
Three steps to becoming a more empowered coach
Do you find yourself doing most of the talking in your conversations with others? Whether it’s with clients or friends, usually there is one person who is the “talker” and the other who is the listener. Neither role is necessarily good or bad, but knowing which one you tend to be can make you more aware of the other and improve your communication skills.
If you work with clients or hope to some day, you might find that you do most of the talking. After all, you’re supposed to be the expert, right? Shouldn’t you be dishing out the advice and leading your sessions so you client can reach his/her goal as quickly as possible? Believe it or not, the less talking you do, the better coach you will become.
Most coaches and pract...Read More