Welcome to the ICI Spiritual Coaching Program
The coach need not know more than their client about spirituality to be a spiritual coach. A spiritual coach is not a guru; nor are they necessarily spiritual teachers or guides. What's important is that the coach has an active spiritual life and is learning to surrender to spirit, allowing it to guide their thoughts, decisions and actions.
A spiritual approach to coaching will also call for the coach to:
Religious and spiritual beliefs are very personal. It would be unethical for a coach to preach to or try to convert a client to specific religious or spiritual beliefs. Instead, the coach works with the client's own beliefs, encouraging them to expand their understanding and apply those tenets as guidelines for their own decision-making and actions.
Some clients are not comfortable with a spiritual approach to coaching. The sample session offers a natural opportunity to let the client know that you coach with a spiritual style. If the client agrees that this approach is interesting and useful, then the coach and client can proceed. Otherwise, it may be best to refer the client to a coach with a more appropriate style.
Some coaches shy away from letting prospective clients know that they are spiritually based, but it can be marketed with subtle language and images. As with all forms of coaching, the key is to be your self and operate from integrity. This way you attract the clients that resonate with your authentic style of coaching.
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