Posts tagged therapy vs coaching
The "Coachable" Client: Is that you?

Are you wondering whether to find a life coach or therapist? It's confusing, I get it! Here are some reasons why life coaching may be the right choice for you. For starters, no digging around in the dense, murky waters of the past for a better understanding of why you do what you do (coaches rarely talk about how mom didn't mirror you enough, or dad was distant and unavailable). There is nothing wrong with psychotherapy, it just may not be your thing. It's not the right choice for everyone, and that's okay! A coach will never ask you to explore this or that, but will ask you evocative questions that help you find your own answers, even uncover your brilliance! Recent issues of Money Magazine, Newsweek and the Wall Street Journal urge professionals to utilize the services of a personal coach. Why? Star athletes have successfully used coaches to increase their focus and to provide the much needed structure, support and accountability to prepare them for competitions. Entrepreneurs, senior executives and political figures

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Kimberly Seelbrede, LCSW is a New York City Psychotherapist + Consultant who splits her time between Manhattan and Santa Fe, providing online therapy to individuals and couples. With extensive training and experience, she provides psychological consultation, psychotherapy, EMDR therapy and executive coaching to a range of clients including VIP's + high-profile clients. As a women's emotional health + relationship expert, her specialties include: anxiety, depression, trauma resolution, addictions, relationship, intimacy and sexual concerns, health + autoimmune issues, loss + grief and women's mentoring. She enjoys writing, photography, yoga, meditation, travel and really good key lime pie. She lives with her husband, psychologist, scholar and mindfulness expert John Chambers Christopher. For more, subscribe to her newsletter or connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Psychology Today, EMDRIA and her personal websites, Santa Fe Integrative Psychotherapy or Well+Being Blog.