Coaching vs therapy – stop looking for boundaries

It’s hard for coaches to harm their clients. We should worry more about what we can learn from therapy, said executive coach Jenny Rogers. “There is lots of therapy in coaching and lots of coaching is like therapy. We should stop searching for the non-existent boundary – it’s grey,” said Rogers. “If I really believe that clients can choose how they respond, that we can’t make other people happy, I find it hard to see how we can harm clients with our incompetence by straying into therapeutic territory,” said Rogers, speaking at the EMCC UK’s annual conference. According to Rogers, […]

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