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020 Amy McCae – Relationship Coach Reports On Recovery

relationships, coaching, spirituality

Recovery from chronic illness: Amy tells how it was in the past and how it is for her today. She was lost, studied fresh details and now actively helps others find balance – in relationships with others and themselves.

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  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.

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