Like sex, marketing for coaches has a lot of myths, misinformation, and promises around it.
It’s important to move beyond the mistaken beliefs that you need to get coaching clients fast, or the desire to scale a coaching business. We show you how.
Being empowered in your relationship relies on three keys: managing relationship dependency, gaining emotional maturity, and setting boundaries – which means learning to say NO. Read about the steps you can take to learn this skill – without guilt over potentially hurting your partner’s feelings.
It takes maturity to stop being dependent and empower yourself in a relationship. But you may be surprised to hear that the skill of how to be emotionally mature in relationships actually can be learned.
Here are the 7 most important practices you apply today to achieve emotional maturity and have better, more intimate and profound relationships.
Are you tired of feeling dependent in your relationship? Or your partner being emotionally reliant on you? If so, it is time to empower yourself in your relationship and learn how not to depend on others for happiness. We’ll show you how.
One of the most difficult aspects of being in a relationship is striking that balance between individuation and attachment. The dual pulls of that intimate connection with your partner while being true to yourself and your own personal development is a huge challenge. To better navigate these two seemingly opposing forces,…
We live in a society where our founding documents say that we are all created equal. However, in our day-to-day lives, people are overtly or covertly discriminated against based on differences such as race or ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, gender identity, ability, age, etc. This discrimination affects people in every…
Relationship coaching is an emerging field in the life coaching sector. In order to become a relationship coach, it is important to go through a thorough and high quality training program that provides a relationship coach certification. We show you how.
People often come into our sex and relationship coaching offices with the desire to improve themselves. They might want to be better lovers, figure out a way to stop making the same relationship mistakes, or find ways to last longer in bed. They look at themselves as lacking or failing in some way – and they want “advice” on how to change. But is that just self improvement – or the definition of personal growth? What’s the difference, really?
We are Excited to Announce! We are excited to announce that the Somatica Institute is now accredited by the American College of Sexologists (ACS). The ACS has issued an acknowledgment that we have met its criteria in training coaches that assist clients with issues around sexual health and well being….