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Episode 18: Parenting as an Integral Coach Stepping In

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The presence we are continually developing as Integral Coaches allows us to be with clients—and to parent children—in a way that has them feel safe, seen, and capable. Addressing the issue beneath the behavior, being curious and receptive, and working to mitigate our own reactivity are all competencies that are essential for relating both as a coach and a parent.

Coach and educator Catherine Bronnert DeSchepper joins Adam to talk about the myriad ways we can—and perhaps already do—integrate these two roles, and how powerful the effects can be.

Resources from this episode:

The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks

Positive Discipline

 

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The presence we are continually developing as Integral Coaches allows us to be with clients—and to parent children—in a way that has them feel safe, seen, and capable. Addressing the issue beneath the behavior, being curious and receptive, and working to mitigate our own reactivity are all competencies that are essential for relating both as a coach and a parent.

Coach and educator Catherine Bronnert DeSchepper joins Adam to talk about the myriad ways we can—and perhaps already do—integrate these two roles, and how powerful the effects can be.

Resources from this episode:

The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks

Positive Discipline

 

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