Coaching is typically a on-going relationship between a coach and a person who desires/wants coaching. However, coaching can be effective in a one-time session. We agree that:
1. Coaching is not therapy, counseling, advice-giving, mental health care, or treatment for substance abuse. The coach is not functioning as a licensed mental health professional, and coaching is not intended as a replacement for counseling, psychiatric interventions, treatment for mental illness, recovery from past abuse, professional medical advice, financial assistance, legal counsel, or other professional services.
2. Coaching is for people who believe themselves to be healthy, whole and capable children of God and would like to make forward progress in their life’s journey.
3. Coaching is designed to discuss topics that the person being coached would like to consider and explore. These could include (but are not limited to) career development, relationship enhancement, spiritual growth, lifestyle management, life balance, decision making, and achieving short-term or long-term goals.
4. Most or all coaching may be through telephone contact. Coaching may take place in one isolated session or in a limited on-going relationship.
5. Coaching can involve brainstorming, values clarification, the completion of written assignments, education, goal setting, identifying plans of action, accountability, making requests, agreements to change behavior, examining lifestyles and intentional questioning.
6. Coaching is most effective when both parties are honest and straightforward in their communication.
7. Coaching is a confidential relationship and the coach agrees to keep all information strictly confidential, except in those situations where such confidentiality would violate the law.
8. Contact Information will only be used for the purposes of contacting the client.
Bethany Bracht, CCLC
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