A hazy notion

Coaches have worked hard to define their profession. Yet, they are perfectly capable of using therapeutic approaches without straying into therapy. Caroline Horner reports on a ‘third way’ of coaching Much effort has gone into making a distinction between coaching and more established helping professions. Yet, just as fields such as therapy have developed a diverse range of approaches and models, coaching too has seen an explosion in approaches and affirmed outcomes, making a conclusive definition ever more difficult1. The concept of a ‘fuzzy space’ – neither coaching nor therapy – was shared by Professor Ernesto Spinelli at the UK’s […]

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