Jacqueline Bahn-Henkelman, Ph.D.
3156 Gracefield Road, Apt. 109, Silver Spring, MD 20904
Coaching philosophy: Coaching is client centered, it is a relationship that focuses on the client achieving his or her best life circumstances. Recognizing another person’s reality as being true for him or her is essential. The coaching relationship should provide a safe and nurturing atmosphere in which to explore that reality, what works, does not work and how and why that reality might shift if that is the goal. Coaching encourages a client to explore additional ways of being to achieve healthy results. The coach is there to actively listen, probe for meaning not spoken and help the client set meaningful goals to achieve the desired state
Beverley Buston, Ph.D.
3141 A Stony Point Road, Richmond, VA23235 804-382-2496 email@example.com
Coaching Philosophy: Coaching is an opportunity to develop or increase one’s skills, actions, and attitudes in a one to one relationship to support growth and development in a particular area. The coach assumes the role of listener, observer, and consultant, raising questions and stimulating the learner to be self reflective and creative in problem solving and reaching one’s personal and professional goals.
Plum Cluverius, PCC
Richmond, VA 804-261-6483 firstname.lastname@example.org
One of coaching’s greatest benefits is that it develops leaders where they are—within the context of their current jobs. They can attend to daily responsibilities while they enjoy a development experience designed specifically for them. The purpose of coaching is to help an individual unleash his or her best by working on outcomes the client believes are central to success.
Rev. David Harris
4320 Conifer Ct. Glen Arm, MD21057 410-665-2399 email@example.com
David utilizes a wholistic/”ontological” method of coaching working with three areas of the person’s experience: cognitive, emotional and body. This integrating process enables the person to enhance their awareness oftheir entire experience andmake new and more productive choices in their relating tothemselves and others. It makes possible the learning of new skills in leadership, connecting with people and helping them in their responses.