Coaching differs from consultation and psychotherapy in that it focuses on defining values, establishing goals, developing priorities, and working towards specific goals. Many coaches are not psychologists, and cannot address psychological issues. With a psychologist providing executive coaching, and one who also addresses religious and spiritual issues, we have the unique opportunity to look at goals and capabilities from both psychological and spiritual perspectives and to use those understandings to facilitate a more broad range of growth. With executive coaching we will particularly focus on both the personal and work related concerns of the executive.
I am not certified by the International Coach Federation, but I am a licensed psychologist, licensed in Oregon, California (inactive status), and Washington (inactive status).