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Article published on the ethics of integrating coaching and psychotherapy / counseling

Recently, an article about the ethics of integrating coaching and psychotherapy I co-authored with Debra Jinks appeared in the e-journal of the Association of Integrative Coach-Therapist Professionals. If you are interested in issues related to integrating coaching and therapy / counseling, I suggest you join the AICTP as they are doing ground-breaking work in this area. You can find out more about the organization at the AICTP website.

You can download the article below. Please let me know what you think.

Why most New Year's resolutions are doomed to fail

Most New Year's resolutions are, at best, valiant efforts doomed to fail. It's important to ask why so many efforts, repeated year after year, fail within months, if not weeks.

I believe that there are at least 4 reasons that most New Year's resolutions are ineffective and discarded long before achieving our goals:

How to Improve Your Relationship with Someone You Love

Welcome to the first installment of a new series of articles on how to improve your relationship with someone you love.

How many times have you had a fight about something and thought “Why did we fight about that? Why was it such a big deal?” Often, we wonder why something makes our partner so upset. Sometimes, we wonder why something makes us so upset.

Coaching and Psychotherapy with Jonathan Sibley

 

Change is difficult

Lasting change is even more difficult

Whether you are an individual, a couple, a family, or an organization, and whether you are looking for a coach, psychotherapist / counselor, or a consultant if you are trying to create lasting change you need someone

Personal and organizational change: 
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