The primary goal in undertaking therapy/counselling is for you, the client, to feel better.
With coaching, there is a focus on some othertangible goal/s that you are pursuing.
That might be enhancing your leadership skills, identifying your career direction, supporting you in acquiring new skills towards a promotion, building up your confidence in social settings, creating more enjoyable personal relationships, etc.
Coaches also tend to work with clients for a defined period of time
, so you can expect to sign up to work with a coach for six sessions or three months, rather than open-ended, as it common for therapy/counselling.
Some coaches also use insights and training from the practical psychology/counselling domain, to enhance their ability to help you, the client, achieve and accomplish.
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