In this episode of The Pulse Experience podcast, host Edward J. Beltran is joined by Chantell Brandt to discuss the topic of when coaching isn’t enough. They delve into the situations where coaching reveals the need for healthcare intervention or therapy. They explore the complexities of dealing with long-held stress and how it can become an ingrained part of one’s life. Chantell shares her experiences and insights as a coach, highlighting the importance of recognizing when to refer clients to healthcare professionals.
Chantell shares a case study involving a client who initially sought coaching for work-related stress. However, as the coaching sessions progressed, it became evident that the stress was deeply intertwined with the client’s home life. The client’s body’s stress responses, as shown by biometrics, were consistently high, indicating a significant issue. Chantell discusses the importance of identifying the root cause and addressing it.
Chantell highlights the importance of recognizing when coaching alone is insufficient and when it’s necessary to refer clients to professionals. She discusses the client’s journey towards acknowledging the problem, seeking therapy, and taking the first steps toward change. Chantell’s coaching helped the client realize that not all issues can be resolved through coaching, and sometimes other partners are needed.
Watch Full Interview:
- Recognizing the Need for Intervention
- Personal Story-Identifying Family Dysfunction
- Case Study-The Need for a Shift
- Understanding Biometrics and Stress Levels
- The Importance of Turning to a Therapist
- The Power of Acknowledgment and Action
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