Why would a therapist want to become a life coach? Even the most effective therapists see the potential of expanding their work to continue serving clients who have “graduated” from therapy. When the past has been explored, childhood traumas worked through, and old, destructive behaviors reformed, it’s time to move on.
The business of doing healing work is gratifying, no matter how it is that we get to engage in it. As Wellness graduates know, though, there is a power that groups have. Groups amplify and accelerate the process of evolving into
It’s true. There’s nothing else like being in a group learning experience at The Wellness Institute. Our teachers hear it all the time: Students just don’t want to see their programs end. They want to carry on working, learning, and healing with the people who have quickly become their friends. Many Six-Day graduates are curious about what comes next,
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