How Coaching Differs from Psychotherapy!
Coaching is objective oriented and an action-oriented partnership between a coach and you. That is unlike most psychotherapy, which delves into patterns of the past to heal any development impediment or traumatic experience. Coaching concentrates on where you are today and how you can reach your goals.
Coaching differs from psychotherapy since results come from a rational and more conscious thinking process involving clarifying goals, identifying limiting beliefs and providing the support to achieve necessary actions to reach your goals. Coaching is future-oriented and does not examine your past to explain the present as might a psychotherapist. Another difference is in the terminology.