Why Coaching

Coaching is not therapy, counseling, or mentoring. Coaching focuses on your strengths rather than your weakness. It works towards the future, not in the past. In coaching I partner with you to get from where you are to where you want to be.

As a coach, I will listen, ask powerful questions, and offer insights. In the process, you create new perspectives and let go of beliefs that no longer serve you. We will partner to develop an action plan and make sure you are on track. Throughout this process I will encourage and empower you to achieve your desired outcome.

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About Coach Mona

I have completed the Advanced Coach Training Program (ACTP) at the International Coaching Academy (ICA), a program accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Since there currently is no national or international regulatory requirement for coaches, not all coaches have completed any type of formal training. It was important for me to complete an accredited coaching program to give my clients the peace of mind knowing they are working with someone who has undergone rigorous training and has been asked to demonstrate the industry recognized skills and expertise required to practice as a coach.

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