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Stress management coaching is the process of understanding what you need to do in order to reduce your stress, figuring out what has been preventing you from reaching your optimal relaxation level, and generating a concrete playbook that will help you get from your current situation to the new place you want to be in.
People who use stress management coaching know that they want to lower their stress and feel better, but don’t know exactly what is the best way to make it happen. Whatever your situation is, a professional stress management coach can help you with all stages of the process of reaching your goals. Stress management coaches are trained to help clients address the behavioral factors and habits that affect your stress levels, such as smoking, inactivity and other harmful behaviors.
First, they can help you examine what are the reasons you haven’t been able to achieve your desired relaxation levels in the past. Many times we want two conflicting things, and through the process of clarifying which of the two is more important to us, we can gain very important insights about our priorities. A coach can also uncover different beliefs you are holding that have been contributing to stress building up in your system, and preventing you from taking the action you have been wanting to take all this time.
Then, they can help you figure out a concrete plan that will advance you towards your perfect state of stress-free living. A good plan has measurable milestones that are gradually advancing you towards your goal. If the milestones are too hard to achieve, you are likely to get discouraged. If the milestones are too easy, they will not advance you enough towards your goal, which will reduce your motivation to stick to them. Also, a good plan is custom tailored to you. Maybe you need to add more healthy activities, or reduce unhealthy ones. Whatever it ends up being, the plan will be a function of what has worked for you in the past and what hasn’t.
Finally, a good coach will hold you accountable and give you a platform to report on your progress. This is proven to make you more successful at actually sticking to the plan and improving your stress levels. You are less likely to engage in behaviors that are not helpful if you know that someone will ask you about your progress. Your coach will also be there for you any time you encounter difficulties. They have probably helped others reach the same goals, and know how to deal with any difficulty that may arise along the way.
Scientific studies have shown that coaching is an effective way to reduce your stress levels. Researchers from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, have completed a research project showing that coaching reduces stress an average of 18% after a short three-month period. Some of the participants experienced a reduction as high as 47%. To read our full summary of the scientific literature, click here.