A Shih Tzu’s take on Brain-based Coaching

Well done Tink! That was a lot of words for a small doggie like your honourable self, but you got through it all.

ADD . . . and-so-much-more

April is Counseling Awareness Month!
and I can tell you all about how great coaching works

Guest blogger: TinkerToy

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
from the Coaching Series

People coaches and dog coaches have a lot in common

And so do their clients! We all like treats and fun and attaboys — and we all hate the nasty voice!

Some coaches do that tough-love thing, but Mom doesn’t believe that the nasty voice ever works.  It just makes us too scared to keep trying.  She doesn’t even do the nasty voice when she tells me no.

And we all LOVE it when we can suddenly do something we never could before — it’s just that the things that 4-legses and 2-legses figure out how to do are different.

Mom coaches over the phone and I hang out in her office and listen in. She says the…

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2 thoughts on “A Shih Tzu’s take on Brain-based Coaching

  1. You know, Aunt Kate, if I ever do become a big star I’ll have to thank YOU for spreading the news if they ever give me an award or anything.

    Just in case they cut me off and go to a commercial or something, let me say a HUGE thank you right now — cause they do that on those award shows sometimes you know.

    AUNT KATE IS THE GREATEST! THANK YOU AUNT KATE!!!

    Woof! TINK

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