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Structuring Great Wellness Coaching Sessions - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheila Carnahan
23:33
Do you recommend offering a written agenda for the client where topics can be filled in by them? Could be useful for the coach in completing session notes too?
Barrington Robinson
25:14
Can you share an example of a prep form
Barrington Robinson
25:51
Is this the same approach for your first meeting
Olivia Moses
30:35
How long should the check-in and agenda creation processes take?
Miriam Marquez
33:20
wouldn't we want to follow up with their progress of what was talked about during last session? Can we check on that and then say, --"thanks for the update, now for today would you want to continue talking about this or what is important for you to discuss today?" --something like that?
Maggie Wissler
41:37
Yes - the video recording link will be available after!
Kimberly Ramos
44:36
Any tips on keeping clients from processing or sharing too many details? How to politely interrupt as you are in the check in?
Kimberly Ramos
48:35
Thanks--good reminder of setting that agreement/expectation ahead of time.
Kate Hanson
54:09
I've had the exact experience you mentioned at the beginning - both client and coach dove into processing right away (with really good work) but time easily got away from us.
Barrington Robinson
55:28
How to get the client to choose the priority areas for improvement particularly when they have many issues. Is there a rule of thumb
Olivia Moses
01:10:19
Thank you!
Barrington Robinson
01:10:23
Thanks for the learning opportunity
Esmerelda Valluru
01:10:32
Thank you, great webinar! :)
Fredricka Martin
01:10:35
Thank you!
P├ętra Glenesk
01:10:38
Thank you for your contributions to our Field!
Ellen Wall
01:10:38
Yes, thank you! :)
Kimberly Ramos
01:10:40
Thank you so much Dr. Arloski, for continuing to be available to us and share your experience and love for this profession!
Madeline Anteau
01:10:42
Thank you so much!
Annika Karr
01:10:43
Thank you!