Coaching Corner

Setting Clear Boundaries with Vernix caseosa

Today, I’m interested in talking about boundaries and how to create boundaries. What’s it like when you don’t have the right boundaries and how in the Inspiring Homeopathy system, when there’s challenges around with boundaries, the remedy is Vernix caseosa. You may know vernix as the actual thin layer on a baby’s skin. So if […]

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What Can we Learn from Poison Ivy

  Health has to be considered not as a stable state but dynamic state. Loss of balance is an invitation to resolve deeper underlying problems and to grow in consciousness to a deeper understanding of the purpose of life and to attain a higher energetic level.  Therefore, the purpose of therapy is no longer to […]

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The Coaching Clinic – What Is It, Really?

I’ve trained as a health coach, completing a year of course work at Wellcoaches, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition or Duke University’s Integrative Health Coach Training. As part of my excellent program, I coached and was coached in dyads and triads with fellow students. I did my initial coaching sessions with clients under supervision of a […]

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Coaching Corner: Low Energy Resourcefulness and The latest Technology

For many of us, achieving true relaxation is far too uncommon. We mostly live day in and day out in some sort of high energy state. The trouble with this getup and go life is that our bodies and our minds simply can’t keep up the pace. Eventually, we break down a bit or get […]

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Coaching Corner: Building Awareness

  People need to know that they have all the tools within themselves. Self-awareness, which means awareness of their body, awareness of their mental space, awareness of their relationships – not only with each other, but with life and the ecosystem. -Deepak Chopra Some coaches talk about motivational coaching while other coaches attend to behavioral […]

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Coaching Corner: Integrative Medicine or Integral Health Coaching?

Integrative medicine or Integral health coaching–is there a difference? Indeed, there is. For many people, medicine is essential for healing.  Chronic and acute conditions require the breath of an conventional and integrative medical approaches.  In my practice, this includes nutritional medicine, homeopathy, chiropractic and craniosacral therapy.  These practices all seek to restore the body’s pathological limitations. […]

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Coaching Corner: The Healing Topic

An essential feature that differentiates coaching from medicine is the identification and clarification of a coaching topic.  In Integral Health Coaching, I call this the healing topic.  Whether a patient or client comes in for coaching or for medicine, I always take the time to find and clarify a healing topic. How do we arrive […]

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Coaching Corner: Four Ways of Being, Which One Are You?

Are you a doer?  Or do you feel things first, then act.  Perhaps your instinct is to check in with friends.  Or do you need the big picture first, then you can make a plan?  As an Integral Master Coach™, we seek to identify and help our clients recognize the tendency to orient primarily in […]

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Coaching Corner: Spiritual Intelligence (SQ)

Less common then IQ or EQ (emotional intelligence), spiritual intelligence (SQ) is defined by Cindy Wigglesworth as “The ability to behave with wisdom and compassion, while maintaining inner and outer peace, regardless of the situation.”  Perhaps that’s not what you might use the term spiritual for, however, Ms. Wigglesworth and her team at Deep Change  […]

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