A Certified Holistic Life Coach has to recognize how different holistic coaching strategies need to be. Your role becomes more than just helping clients understand aspects of holism, but you might also be tasked with helping your client to adopt holistic changes as part of a healthier lifestyle – meaning that most of your clients will look to you for advice on how to manage some aspect of their self-care or human maintenance needs. Maybe in part, because they do not know how to live holistically, they may want to make a change or – for some – a health crisis drives a client to seek our help. Others might be confused about where to start. [Read more…]
Our diet affects us spiritually, mentally, and physically. A holistic approach to nutrition is focused on eating yourself healthier. It all begins with eating whole foods, that you find in nature. As a Certified Holistic Life Coach, you can help your clients heal via whole foods and a nutrient-rich diet. [Read more…]
A proficient CHLC must also be able to listen and provide guidance. There are no shortcuts to the process of coaching a client to realize their full potential.
Coaching people to thrive can be challenging and will demand your very best skills and strategies.
Here are five simple ways to bring holism into your home:
Holistic Coaching vs Therapy
Therapists and counselors are recognized as experts who focus largely on cleaning up or completing old issues.
Coaching takes a different approach, reaching into the magical realms of manifestation, designing one’s life, and forwarding action to realize one’s dreams.
Coaches act as partners, helping clients to recognize their own abilities to find the right direction and to address challenges along the way.
Coaches are works in progress. They are in-the-making models of what it means to learn fully, be fully effective, and be on the path to creating a more and more joyful and fulfilling life. Therapists only model living what they view as normal.
You will likely agree once you read our reasoning.
As coaches, we strive to optimize the results for our clients, regardless of their desired objective. You and I both know that there must be some type of balance and harmony for your clients while they pursue their dreams.
That’s an aspect of holism.
Even in cases when someone has massive goals such as doing the Ironman triathlon, writing a best-selling book, or building a new business; there must be some holistic balance.