Nancy Cooklin

Coachelor

When people ask me what I do for work, I say that I help people feel good about themselves ... simple, but not easy!
I consider myself a Coachelor, that would be a Coach + Counselor. I do not feel comfortable declaring myself either of them, but rather a mix of both of them.
The other day working with a client, I used the metaphor of the Matrioska and I think it perfectly explains what my work is. I accompany people in removing the structures that we build on what is their true essence: the smallest, but the only one that is complete and not cut in two. We split ourselves in two during our life, separating who we really are and what we love from what we think we’re supposed to do or has been taught to us. Once you get to the little one, look at her (or him), pamper her, recognise her and get her back, that’s what makes us truly free. From there you can create who you want and like to be.
Ecco, this is what I do and I love it!

Coachelor

When people ask me what I do for work, I say that I help people feel good about themselves ... simple, but not easy!
I consider myself a Coachelor, that would be a Coach + Counselor. I do not feel comfortable declaring myself either of them, but rather a mix of both of them.
The other day working with a client, I used the metaphor of the Matrioska and I think it perfectly explains what my work is. I accompany people in removing the structures that we build on what is their true essence: the smallest, but the only one that is complete and not cut in two. We split ourselves in two during our life, separating who we really are and what we love from what we think we’re supposed to do or has been taught to us. Once you get to the little one, look at her (or him), pamper her, recognise her and get her back, that’s what makes us truly free. From there you can create who you want and like to be.
Ecco, this is what I do and I love it!

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