AMW proudly supports the field of coaching, and we are happy to offer this service to our clients in addition to therapy.
Although certain aspects of coaching can resemble standard talk therapy, there are distinct differences between therapy and coaching.
The most important difference is that coaches do not offer clinical mental health care, and therapists do. Coaches work with clients as guides focusing mostly on personal growth and professional development via goal-setting, behavior modification, and educating clients on specific areas of focus.
Clients can benefit from participating in therapy and/or coaching independently of one another or simultaneously to move toward wanted shifts, changes, and improvements in their lives.
We currently offer coaching to assist clients with the following specific needs/wants:
Career decision-making/Career identity
Sustainable habits + time-management
Coaching for neurodivergent population
Purpose and identity
BIPOC care and inner healing
Teens and young adults
Breakthrough leadership/executive coaching
Coaches, much like therapists, seek to form a meaningful relationship with their clients and often engage in collaborative work with clients ranging from several weeks to several years. If you find yourself feeling curious about what it might be like to participate in a coaching relationship, we are here to assist you with any questions you might have and with connecting you with the appropriate resources to meet your needs!
Seeking a coach does not mean that you cannot participate in therapy or that you have to discontinue work with a therapist if you are already participating in a therapeutic relationship. These services can be sought in tandem or independently of one another simply depending on your own personal needs and desires.
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