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Coaching is the process whereby a coach teaches and directs another person via encouragement and advice. The coach provides an individual with feedback, insight and guidance on achieving their full potential in their business or personal life. Coaches usually first help by defining goals, and then supports the client in working out a strategy to reach those goals, and helps the client stay on track.

 

Compared to counselling, coaching generally has a narrower focus; focuses on performance rather than underlying root causes; tends to be shorter-term; does not seek to improve underlying psychological problems; focuses on improvement on function in already well-functioning individuals.

 

Coaching is generally more suitable for individuals who are well-functioning to begin with, whereas counselling/therapy would be recommended for individuals who are more distressed.

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If you're experiencing low mood, depression, and anxiety BounceBack can help. Through BounceBack adults and youth 15+ learn skills to help manage worry and ... more
180 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z8
Area Served: Ontario
15 years and up
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Non-profit institute that provides mental health treatment via telephone and internet for families, as opposed to face-to-face visits in a clinic. The ... more
267 Cobequid Road, Lower Sackville, NS, B4C 4E6 Map
1-866-470-7111
Area Served: Canada
3 - 16 years
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Private Practice Professionals and Commercial Businesses

381 Kent St, Ottawa, ON, K2P 2A8 Map
613-369-8389
Areas Served: Ottawa-Carleton, Leeds and Grenville, Capitale-Nationale, Outaouais
All ages
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