20 min

Why Being Trauma Informed is Inclusive Become A Trauma Informed Coach

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In this episode your host Lindsay Poelman discusses why being trauma informed in inclusive. She talks about why it is helpful and inclusive to meet people where they are at, and how it can dramatically improve your coaching business when you take the time to learn how others process things in their lives differently. 

Listen to the full episode to learn more!

Your host, certified life coach Lindsay Poelman started her journey of intentional healing started when she learned that her husband had been lying to her about pornography use for a greater part of their marriage.  After processing and accepting her circumstance more fully, she found coaching—which propelled her into a forward focused state of empowerment. 
Over the last four years of deep dive/fundamental coaching for women in betrayal (around porn use, spouses coming out around gender identity and sexuality, childhood neglect and abuse, substance abuse, infidelity, emotional abuse, domestic violence, institutional trauma, and more.), she has observed that if you’re working with humans, you can’t handpick clients who don’t carry trauma. 
This is why I have developed a Trauma-Informed approach to mindset work and relationships that take into account the nuance of being a human. She believes that being trauma informed is an essential standard of care for coaches. She created this podcast to support life coaches who recognize that there is so much more than mindset work when it comes to supporting their clients responsibly.

If you want to learn more about Lindsay's work visit her website here: Website. You can also apply to her Advanced Relationship Trauma Certification for Coaches by clicking here.
Find Lindsay on Instagram here: @lindsaypoelmancoaching

In this episode your host Lindsay Poelman discusses why being trauma informed in inclusive. She talks about why it is helpful and inclusive to meet people where they are at, and how it can dramatically improve your coaching business when you take the time to learn how others process things in their lives differently. 

Listen to the full episode to learn more!

Your host, certified life coach Lindsay Poelman started her journey of intentional healing started when she learned that her husband had been lying to her about pornography use for a greater part of their marriage.  After processing and accepting her circumstance more fully, she found coaching—which propelled her into a forward focused state of empowerment. 
Over the last four years of deep dive/fundamental coaching for women in betrayal (around porn use, spouses coming out around gender identity and sexuality, childhood neglect and abuse, substance abuse, infidelity, emotional abuse, domestic violence, institutional trauma, and more.), she has observed that if you’re working with humans, you can’t handpick clients who don’t carry trauma. 
This is why I have developed a Trauma-Informed approach to mindset work and relationships that take into account the nuance of being a human. She believes that being trauma informed is an essential standard of care for coaches. She created this podcast to support life coaches who recognize that there is so much more than mindset work when it comes to supporting their clients responsibly.

If you want to learn more about Lindsay's work visit her website here: Website. You can also apply to her Advanced Relationship Trauma Certification for Coaches by clicking here.
Find Lindsay on Instagram here: @lindsaypoelmancoaching

20 min