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Transformation Happens in Groups! Building Group Identity and Healthy Course Correction

Author: Dr. Stephanie Holmes

As you may have heard on our podcasts, we follow Dr. Wilder and have talked about Christian transformation happening with joy, hesed (attachment), group identity and healthy correction. This is why we provide options and opportunities through us and other coaches.

You can find out what groups are running now at the Group Coaching Tab and more about the Coach at Group Referrals.


Why Groups?

In today's fast-paced and competitive world, personal and professional development has become crucial for individuals seeking growth and success. While individual coaching is a popular approach, group coaching offers a unique and effective alternative. Group coaching brings together a small group of individuals with similar goals, led by a skilled coach in that area. Groups you may find in our Group Coaching may focus on:

NeuroDiverse Christian Couples Neurotypical Women Neurodivergent Men Parenting neurodivergent children NeuroDiverse Family Systems Boundaries Cassandra Syndrome Next steps: Separating or Divorcing Divorced and Recovery Newly added: NT Women of Color in Neurodiverse marriage or family

  1. Building Group identity with Hesed (Attachment and Peer Support): One of the significant advantages of group coaching is the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who share similar aspirations and challenges in aunique situations. Being part of a supportive community offers a sense of belonging, encouragement, and shared accountability. The diverse perspectives and experiences within the group can provide fresh insights, novel approaches, and innovative solutions to the problems faced by individuals. Groups combine aspects of neurodiversity and faith, which is hard to come by combination for many!

  2. Enhanced Self-Awareness: Group coaching provides a reflective and introspective space for self-exploration. Through active participation in group discussions and activities, individuals gain insights into their own strengths, weaknesses, values, and beliefs. Hearing others share their experiences and challenges can serve as a mirror, enabling individuals to gain a deeper understanding of themselves. The collective wisdom and feedback from the group facilitate personal growth and self-awareness, leading to improved decision-making, self-confidence, and self-acceptance. Multiple Perspectives and Learning Opportunities:

  3. The diverse composition of a coaching group offers a rich tapestry of perspectives and experiences. Each individual brings unique insights and knowledge, which creates a valuable learning environment. The group dynamics encourage active listening, empathy, and open-mindedness, fostering an environment conducive to personal and professional growth. Members can learn from each other's successes, failures, and lessons learned. This multifaceted learning experience broadens horizons, expands perspectives, and enhances problem-solving skills.

  4. Cost-Effective and Time-Efficient: Group coaching often proves to be a more cost-effective option compared to individual coaching sessions. By sharing the coach's time and expertise with others, the cost per participant is significantly reduced. Additionally, group coaching allows individuals to benefit from collective wisdom and support without compromising the quality of the coaching experience. This affordability makes group coaching accessible to a wider range of individuals, ensuring that personal and professional development is not restricted to those with substantial financial resources. Furthermore, group coaching sessions are scheduled at regular intervals, which can be more manageable and time-efficient than arranging individual coaching sessions. Joining a group for group coaching can be a transformative experience, providing individuals with a supportive community, fresh perspectives, self-awareness, and cost-effective learning opportunities. We have served hundreds of individuals and couples through group coaching and are continually asked to provide more group options, yet some are hesitant to join a group. We want to encourage you to try a group and get to know others who share you faith and unique marriage or family dynamics. Want to hear more about the 4 conditions of transformation? Listen to our podcast are you in you right mind? to learn more about joy building, hesed, group identity and healthy correction https://www.spreaker.com/user/mhnrnetwork/are-you-in-your-right-mind

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