Executive Coaching or Therapy?

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When executive coaching becomes a work around for practicing therapy without a license and helping clients avoid the perceived stigma of treatment.

In the middle of a family crisis, Aishetu Fatima Dozie, a Harvard Business School graduate, decided to call her executive coach. The two had grown close, and it wasn’t unusual for personal matters to come up during sessions. The conversation made her feel better, but apparently it crossed a line.

The next time they spoke, she says her coach told her, “That was a one-off. I’m not your therapist.”

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