I’m grateful you are here and that you choose to live a life of service.
In 2005 I received my master’s degree in psychology. It was a 3 year intensive program. I supplemented this work with a 3 year gestalt therapy training. While I was in grad school, I volunteered as an emergency psychiatric “intern” on a mental health crisis team to get more experience.
During my extensive studies, not one class was offered on relationship. Zero.
Many years later, I explored the field of coaching and saw that once again, there was no curriculum on relationship or intimacy.
And, what makes this so funny and interesting is that the bulk of what people come see you about are relationship issues. In other words, your clients (and you) struggle with:
- Relationship to self
- Relationship to a partner
- Relationship to family members
- Relationship to authority
- Relationship to a life purpose
- Relationship to kids
- Relationship to friends
- Relationship to money
- Relationship to past hurts
In fact, I would argue that the vast majority of any issue your clients come to see you about, no matter what the surface complaint is, can be boiled down to one core problem:
Relationship is the common thread that runs throughout all of our lives.
So, if that’s true, then it seems prudent to have relationship trainings and courses in mainstream therapeutic and coaching schools around the globe (I’m working on that too. 🙂 )
Because nothing specific was offered to me on relationship training, I devoured endless amounts of content and trainings to learn it myself.
And, I want to share some extremely effective tools to deal with your client’s relationship issues.
Not getting more educated about how to really work with your clients relationship problems, in my opinion, is a big disservice to them.
So, thanks for making it this far. Thank you for being interested in sharpening your relational sword.
In this 8 week course, you’ll be getting some of the most powerful relationship tools out there that you can use on yourself and your clients, starting tomorrow.
To me, “relationship fluency” is the greatest skill a healer, therapist, or coach, can have.
See you in there and thank you again for being committed to serving others,