A Holistic Coach is one who reflects back to us the questions and thoughts about our self and our surroundings that we may not have considered on our own. A coach in this sense, offers and invites clients into new ways of looking at life, rather telling the client how life should be viewed. Might it be true that changing how we think has more potential for personal growth than changing what we think?
In Holistic Coaching, the experience of each client is very important, and it is within that very experience, that we might need to look. Could the awareness of our unknown parts, reveal more about us than our known parts?
In each session, the client is allowed to be their own teacher, as the coach walks with them in their journey towards greater fulfillment and peace. In each Holistic Coaching Plan offered, clients are invited to participate in the 12-Point Inner Healing Plan & Integration Process (IHP&IP). In this series, we begin to increasing our awareness of why we do what we do, and learn to ask ourselves the deeper questions of life. The 12-Point IHP&IP covers the following topics over a 12 month period: The Roots of Self Sabotage Lessons 1-4, Becoming Friends with Anger, True Forgiveness, Finding Stability & Security, Creating Creativity, Establishing Your Personal Power, Giving & Receiving Love, Finding Your Voice, and Developing Our 6th Sense.
A Holistic approach to coaching also seeks to integrate both hemispheres of the brain by incorporating art, meditation and creative play.
All sessions 60 minutes
** All Holistic Coaching Plans come with the 12-Point Inner Healing Plan & Integration Process
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I set up my 1st complimentary appointment?
To set up your first 30 minute complimentary appointment, feel free to contact me over the phone, e-mail, or by the contact form listed at the bottom of the page.
What will we talk about?
In our conversation, we will talk about anything you want or need to talk about. You will be directing the flow of where we go. You are always in control of our time together.
What is the purpose of talking with a Holistic Coach?
A Holistic Coach’s role is to ask the questions that we may not have thought of on our own. The purpose is to discover more about ourselves.
What kind of advice will you be giving me?
A Holistic Coach does not give advice in the traditional sense. Advice often comes with attachments. An offering on the other hand is typically offered without the need that others must do something; they are invited to do what they feel is right.
What should I do after our appointment?
I personally have found healing in consistency. That consistency may come in the form of learning more through reading, writing, drawing, and/or setting up a monthly time to converse with a Holistic Coach.
January 01, 2014 |
Written by Matt Marchant
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November 24, 2013 |
Last Night While I Slept...
A Poem of Personal Reflection
Last night while I slept,
I dreamt of a boy.
A boy that had nothing,
October 19, 2013 |
written by Matt Marchant
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Health care may not always be Health First Care, it may be Disease Management Care. Whether you substitute the words injury, disorder, or condition, for the…
November 16, 2013 |
There are 3 things that most of us, if not all of us, will need at some point in order to get what we want. They are:
Information - Inspiration - Introspection
There is no order to these three, yet my experience tells me that we tend to approach them in the following order:
November 11, 2013 |
In order to get what YOU want, you have to know what YOU want.
The key word is YOU. What is it that YOU want, and are you sure it is what YOU want?
Many times we want what others want for us or we want what we think…
November 10, 2013 |
We all have an addiction, even if it’s having an addiction to not having an addiction.
How might that be true? Maybe looking at how addictions and compulsions work will bring us into a new state of awareness to our own behavior:
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