Coaching, is a process of personal development available to individuals, groups or organisations… Through a partnership relationship, both coachee and coach work together to achieve the coachee’s goals. It is important to set up goals from the start, which are specific and achievable. We do use techniques to support our clients to set up SMART goals, and help them see the positive and negative factors which might get involved in the process of achieving their goals. Although psychology is an important aspect of coaching – coaches – do not work with mental health difficulties such for example: anxiety, depression, personality disorders, bipolar, psychoses, eating disorders or OCD.
Coaches are not consultants – they do not suggest or advise, but support their clients to unfold their potentials, which do exist already they nurture a dialogue, enabling them to bring out what is actually present in them, as inspired by the Socratic method (the art of bringing to light).
“I can’t teach anyone anything, I can only make them think” (cit. Socrates).