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Help Your Sex Coaching Clients Get Unstuck with Sexual Acceptance

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Help Your Sex Coaching Clients Get Unstuck with Sexual Acceptance

In previous post I discussed the value of Mindfulness to help your clients get unstuck from sexual ruts. Acceptance builds on mindfulness by teaching clients how to acknowledge and accept their troubling thoughts and painful emotions and keep moving forward towards fulfilling their sexual and relationship goals.   Acceptance has four components: accepting reality for what it is. accepting what can and cannot be controlled . accepting that trying to avoid, eliminate, or control painful internal factors actually makes them worse. accepting that the best way to manage painful internal...

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Help Your Sex Coaching Clients Get Unstuck with Sexual Mindfulness

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Help Your Sex Coaching Clients Get Unstuck with Sexual Mindfulness

In a recent post I discussed how to help clients get unstuck using the six components of psychological flexibility. In this post I want to focus on what Mindfulness means and how it can help your clients getting unstuck from being in a sexual rut. Mindfulness is best described as moment-by-moment awareness. There are four dimensions of mindful moments. All mindful moments are: present centered non-conceptual non-judgmental non-verbal Mindful moments present centered and always focus on the present, never the past or the future. Most of your clients’ thoughts are one step removed from...

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How Can  Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching Benefit My Practice?

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How Can  Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching Benefit My Practice?

In my free webinar I show you how adopting simple AC Coaching principles and practice can  dramatically increase client success  (especially the high-achievers) in reaching coaching goals. Clients who reach their goals are generally satisfied with your work and become your best source of referrals. In a previous blog I described what  AC Coaching is all about. In this blog I want to describe how it  is used to increase compliance with coaching goals. Clients generally come to you for coaching for one or more of the following reasons: To learn something new in order to satisfy a personal or...

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Coaches: Help Your High-Achieving Clients Get Unstuck

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Coaches: Help Your High-Achieving Clients Get Unstuck

According to Acceptance and Commitment (AC )Coaching theory, clients get stuck because they lack the psychological flexibility necessary to manage troubling thoughts and painful emotions that create barriers to taking action. I’ve found this to be particularly true with very intelligent, high-achieving clients, because they are so used to relying on their minds to think their way out of problems. They use their intelligence and problem solving abilities to control and change variables that they find contributes to their problems. This works great when the variables involved are things...

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Disentanglement

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through Disentanglement

In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) In this post I am going to discuss Disentanglement (Cognitive Defusion). Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching uses the term the conceptualized self, to refer to what clients would probably think of when asked to describe themselves to someone else. It is their internalized picture of how they see...

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

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Becoming More Psychologically-Flexible Through the Observing Self

In a recent post I discussed the six components of psychological flexibility. Valued living (defining valued directions).   Contact with the Present Moment (mindfulness). Committed Action (commitment). Acceptance (acceptance). Observing Self (self-as-context). Disentanglement (cognitive defusion) One of the goals of Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching is having clients cultivate and view the world from the perspective of the observing self – that silent, quiet part of the self that persists through time, observing and noticing change in the world, containing all the changes that go on...

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