John Wiley & Sons, Inc., one of the oldest and largest trade publishers in the U.S. approached David Steele and asked him to write this book.
Why? As a therapist who successfully transitioned to coaching and founded Relationship Coaching Institute, a coach training program that has trained thousands, they identified the need and market for this book and concluded that David was the best qualified therapist/coach to write it. Despite a down economy, Wiley clearly believes in this book and its potential to help therapists find a more fulfilling path to making a living helping others.
And you know what? It’s a good book – check out the reader reviews!
David Steele is passionate about introducing his fellow therapists to coaching and is available to speak on this topic on radio, television, tele-seminar, to conferences and professional organizations nationally and internationally. Read more in his bio.
Suggested Interview Questions
- So David, why were you frustrated as a therapist?
- How did you discover coaching?
- You say that you built a successful coaching practice in 90 days- how did you do that?
- In a nutshell, what is the difference between coaching and therapy?
- What are some misconceptions therapists have about coaching?
- Does a therapist need training to coach their clients?
- Can you provide coaching and therapy at the same time to a client?
- Where should a therapist start who wants to integrate coaching into their practice?
- How did you come to be the founder of Relationship Coaching Institute?
- Tell us a bit about Relationship Coaching Institute, I hear it’s quite a unique organization.
- What are the next steps for our listeners who want to learn more about coaching?