Core Coaching Strategies
What is Crisis-Informed Coaching?
Crisis-informed coaching helps clients who have experienced trauma to stabilize, while simultaneously supporting them to move from surviving to thriving. This unique approach addresses clients’ presenting crises, focuses on immediate solutions and supports them in building internal resiliency.
This strategy uses a three step process to assist a client both during and after crisis: Step 1: Establishing Safety, Step 2: Getting Curious and Step 3: Supporting Awareness.
What is Conscious Relationship Coaching?
Conscious relationship coaching provides an intentional space for clients to begin to see themselves as creative, connected, resourceful and whole. It emphasizes the co-design of a conscious relationship that supports both coach and client to identify a more holistic and dynamic perspective of the clients short and long-term goals.
This strategy uses a four step process to develop and maintain a healthy coach/client relationship, while assisting the client to increase self-confidence: Step 1: Establishing Safety, Step 2: Getting Curious and Step 3: Supporting Awareness and Step 4: Encouraging Exploration.
What is Group/Cohort Coaching?
Group and cohort coaching are two strategies used to create a space for clients to develop relationships with peers as they build confidence exploring a series of topics that support their overall well-being. These groups are facilitated (by coaches or peers) to ensure that participants have opportunities to build skills, explore barriers and identify solutions that support life-long success.
Coaching groups support a drop-in style format that allows clients to move in and out of a coaching series as they see fit. While coaching cohorts provide a more intimate setting for groups that will move together throughout a coaching series.
These strategies use a five step process to support clients to live more healthy, productive and connected lives: Step 1: Establishing Safety, Step 2: Getting Curious, Step 3: Supporting Awareness, Step4: Encouraging Exploration and Step 5: Discovering Next Steps.
What is 1-on-1 Traditional Coaching?
One-on-one, traditional coaching provides a space for clients to receive customized one-on-one support as they move towards their dreams, goals and future. Through a co-designed relationship, coaches assist clients to: slow down, gain clarity, think deeply, explore solutions, identify goals, and support accountability.
This strategy use a six step process to support clients to move through multiple goals while developing skills that give them a greater sense of empowerment and ownership over their next steps: Step 1: Establishing Safety, Step 2: Getting Curious, Step 3: Supporting Awareness, Step4: Encouraging Exploration, Step 5: Discovering Next Steps and Step 6: Creating Accountability.