Being a coach is about partnering. It is being that wise and trusted companion illuminating the path and helping clients find certainty, so that they can powerfully create their own desired outcome. It truly is an act of generosity to help another person through their battle. You know their journey, because you may have already been there. You want to provide them the shortcuts you wish you’d been provided. Being a Hope4Families coach helps clients to save time, money and reduce the traumatic impact on their families. It is showing them how to take their power back and being in the driver’s seat of their life moving forward. This program is an immersive training that gives you a step-by-step roadmap on our design and philosophy for being a powerful coach to those who so desperately need us.
You will have a personal shift that manifests itself as:
- Confidence- arising from discovering one’s own abilities and strengths as a coach
- Clarity- In making decisions without the “what ifs” getting in your way
- Powerful Leadership- seeing yourself a trusted guide for families where everyone wins
- Experience yourself as a person of extraordinary commitment
- Have the satisfaction of contributing to a family’s healing journey
- Discover how to transform families through healthy solutions
- Know when to utilize the skills of certain professionals, or to appropriately escalate
- Unleash your ability to guide others through difficult relationships through healthy communication
- Expedite resolutions and de-escalate conflicts
- Help reduce costs to families associated with a high conflict custody battle
- Reduce emotional trauma to family relationships
Consider that it is much easier to escalate a situation than to de-escalate once it’s off the rails. With each person in battle mode, all trust is lost. And when it comes to bringing healing to family disharmony, it is crucial that parents are not alone. Parents seeking help may already be in crisis, desperately looking for a solution. The most common question we get is, “do you know a good lawyer I can hire?” Unfortunately, just that very act can send a volatile situation over the edge of no return.
Before a family spends their life savings, you can be the answer they are seeking. You can guide them through this process with objectivity to help them see the best path forward.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between Coaching, Mentoring and Counseling?
Counseling focuses on the past and overcoming psychological barriers and building self-understanding. Attempting to answer “The Why.” (Past-based)
Mentoring focuses on the future and developing goals and opening horizons. Attempting to answer “The What.” (Future-based)
Coaching focuses on the present and improving current circumstances and raising competence. Attempting to answer “The How.” (Present-based)
How Confidential is Coaching?
This coaching relationship, as well as all information (documented or verbal) that the Client shares with the Coach as part of this relationship, is bound to confidentiality by the KNB Code of Ethics but is not considered a legally confidential relationship (like in Medicine or Law). The Coach agrees not to disclose any information pertaining to the Client without the Client’s written consent. The Coach will not disclose the Client’s name as a reference without the Client’s consent.