Whole Person Coaching


I see coaching as the art of asking the right questions 🙂

Whole Person Coaching® views the client as an integrated whole and through this approach helps them uncover the interrelationship between the various aspects of their life. Using a holistic process, a Whole Person Coach works with the whole person: mental, emotional, physical, social and spiritual, and co-creates with the client within this coaching relationship, which enables to elicit the best from both the client and the coach. The “holistic method is based on the premise that when you come to know, embrace and express all aspects of your whole self, you are positioned to thrive in any aspect of life. … Whole Person Coaching® focuses on what is possible, creating change by expanding perspectives and possibilities, and by leveraging … client’s natural strengths and resources” (from https://coachtrainingworld.com/about-whole-person-coaching/, where you can find more about Whole Person Coaching®).

Feroshia R. J. Knight, MA, MCC, the founder of the Coach Training World and the creator of the Whole Person Coaching® program, said:

Whole Person Coaching® is about going in and reclaiming all of who you are and bringing yourself out into the world in a place that you feel authentically aligned, so no longer are you having this inner voice of not good enough, too much, too little, too this or that … you just are at peace within. And from there you can create anything in your life and just go on living … peaceful within, grounded within yourself at your greatest potential.”

What you want to accomplish is really up to you, my job {as a Whole Person Life Coach} is to give you the capacity to trust and to like yourself to the point where you honour who you are. Because you have the skills, you have the capacity, you have the knowledge, you have the strength, is just that you have so much insideof you that you can’t see yourself, that you’re not leveraging it. So if you wanna find ideal guy, ideal job or you wanna just feel comfortable talking out loud about yourself in a group or to your family and being authentic … that’s not rocket science, it’s the blocks, those inner stories that we carry on that keep us from being able to express ourselves.”

Feroshia R. J. Knight (video and more information available here)