020 Amy McCae – Relationship Coach Reports On Recovery

relationships, coaching, spirituality

Relationship Coach – The Path Out: A Comprehensive Structure

Take care of your body, it’s the only place you have to live.
~ Jim Rohn

A Relationship Coach Reports – Her Body Drove Her To Embrace Her Comprehensive Approach

“Before becoming a relationship coach I spent almost ten years ill with chronic illness such as Interstitial Cystitis, Fibromyalgia, and Irritable Bowel – and then healed myself through natural methods such as fitness, nutrition, and meditation. That experience transformed my life and lead me to explore holistic healing. I also spent 15 years in a bad marriage and, after 3 times separated from a non-evolving marriage, I am finally divorced.

Through those years I began having meta-physical and spiritual experiences. I went on a quest to understand them and found quantum physics. When I was only 10 all of my friends wanted to be teachers and models and I wanted to be a “brain” surgeon. My passion for the mind band brain awakened once again and I began searching for the connections between mind, brain, spirituality, science, and the physical world. My most interesting experiences have been the intuitive and healing work that I have been able to do knowing what I know.

I practice what I preach.”

Amy’s Objectives Include Children

“I am firm believer in education. Ignorance is not bliss. By sharing stories and experiences we begin to plant seeds and infuse the potential for change. I believe that children should be taught to meditate in some form. We should all be doing brain-type exercises as well as practice informed brain nutrition.”

Amy’s message in one sentence: Become active with your own recovery; just thinking doesn’t work as well as using a comprehensive, action-oriented approach.

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Amy’s Connections:

Amy’s Recommended References:

  • Deepak Chopra, What Are You Hungry For?: The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-Being, and Lightness of Soul Dec 30, 2014
  • Napoleon Hill –The Law of Success In Sixteen Lessons by Napoleon Hill Jan 17, 2011
  • Joseph Chilton Pierce-The Heart-Mind Matrix: How the Heart Can Teach the Mind New Ways to Think Aug 22, 2012

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2 Comments

  1. Robin on 06/17/2016 at 1:19 PM

    My question is for Dr. Parker. Though I absolutely value the credibility of a good life coach-I’ve found myself troubled by the lack of credentials of individuals offering these services. To be specific-I am frustrated- I am a 45 year old female seeking my Masters degree in Clinical Social Work so that I will pursue a career in this field with a certain competence that my education should guarantee.
    What are your thoughts on this? Most life coaches that I have inquired are not covered by my very good health insurance and charge up to $110 per session.

    • Dr Charles Parker on 06/19/2016 at 7:52 AM

      Robin, you are absolutely correct. Coaches must earn their keep with every client by providing value with every meeting. Their focus, as a group [which you could practice yourself], is to diminish emphasis on ‘pathology,’ and to increase emphasis on strengths. Many credentialed social workers and therapists do use affirmative, constructive coaching principles in their work, and with their credentials can also find reimbursement through insurance. That *licensed advantage* will provide for you the ability to see more people, and will also give you the opportunity to work with specific clients in a wider variety of ways. They can’t charge $110 if they don’t provide a real service – they have no back ups, only the quality of their work. You’re on the right path, you will have more choices with your professional degree and insurance support.
      cp

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