Posted on 06-01-2023 10:31 AM
Anxiety disorders are solvable problems, and generally respond well to treatment. Today we have good treatments, based on exposure, acceptance, and cognitive behavioral methods, which offer recovery to many. Unfortunately, only about a third of those who need anxiety help actually get such treatment. Treatment, or well-informed self-help work, is usually necessary because anxiety disorders don’t typically “go away” on their own, nor do people’s instinctive efforts to oppose them help people recover. In fact, it’s quite common for people to notice “the harder i try, the worse it gets”. This is because anxiety disorders are counter-intuitive problems which don’t respond well to intuitive solutions. If you want to solve a counter-intuitive problem, you need a counter-intuitive solution.
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Because the treatment for anxiety disorders/ocd and situational stress differ, it is important to know the difference between the two conditions. Anxiety disorders/ocd
so why shouldn't they be coaching? coaching involves many things including following intuition and asking questions, helping clients to create supportive structures and habits in their lives, it's about accountability, believing in the client's wholeness and beauty as a person and helping the client to both see - and accept that. Coaching is about helping clients achieve goals, create positive new empowering beliefs and to identify the gremlin/limiting beliefs within. It's about helping our clients become the best they can be through a process - called the coaching relationship. Still thinking that depression and anxiety get in the way of a coach helping a client? well, go here for some testimonials from people i helped while i was dealing with depression and anxiety.