In this 35-minute interview, Sydney counsellor, supervisor, psychotherapist and coach Edna McKelvey speak about how to blend working therapeutically as a psychotherapist and add coaching to your private practice.

In this interview Edna also discusses:

  • How she transitioned from the corporate world into psychotherapy to build a successful private practice
  • How she added coaching to her services as a psychotherapist
  • How to define coaching and how it differs from counselling or therapy
  • Some of the critical qualities that someone needs to become an effective coach
  • The differences in boundaries between working with a coaching client as compared to a therapy client
  • Advice for therapist  wanting to add coaching to their suite of services
  • What are the elements and qualities of good coaching
  • How to transition between therapy and coaching clients
  • Case study examples of successful coaching

About the presenter:

Edna Mckelvey Sydney counsellor, psychotherapist, coach, consultantEdna is a Sydney-based Executive Coach, Supervisor and Psychotherapist.  She is passionate about empowering individuals and organisations to successfully manage, develop and grow through transition and change. Edna has a broad senior leadership background from spending over 25 years in international organisations in Management, Sales, Marketing and Consulting, prior to moving into the area of human behavioural change as a Coach and Psychotherapist. Edna is also an experienced group therapy facilitator and supervisor for therapists. Edna works offers executive coaching at McKelvey Associates and

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