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 Why is Evidenced-based Coaching important?  "It draws from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, communication, and organization studies, together with current standards, techniques, and strategies in coaching. It connects research and theory with professional coaching strategies to give the coach skills needed to design a results-oriented course of action. It addresses executive, leadership, and personal development coaching."

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Rebecca works in Tucson, AZ for one-on-one sessions and by telephone, email and Skype with clients all over the United States!

Evidenced-Based Coaching 

Professional Coaching offers a unique relationship. It pairs a certified coach with an individual longing to bring clarity, purpose and change to his or her life. The relationship between coach and client is one of trust and openness. It is based on developing a working partnership and an exchange of energy. The coach guides the client to develop personal or professional goals and then helps the client stay on task as he or she moves through the process of bringing those goals into fruition. The coach encourages the client through a series of ‘coaching tools’ and coaching techniques specific to the art of coaching.  Rebecca’s unique style of openness, warmth and sincerity - and her expertise with recovery from addiction and co-dependency - makes her the perfect recovery coach! She is willing to ask powerful questions that encourage deep reflection. She is adept at providing intuitive feedback and insight designed to help the client self-evaluate. (At this precise moment the client may experience an important shift or ‘aha’ moment.) Rebecca is known to be a master at zeroing in on the operative areas which may be blocking self-awareness while supporting the client through the change.

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