Field Coaching is a beautifully illustrated, 54-page curriculum that presents the same principles and methods used by Field Project Coaches in actual coaching sessions, all in a convenient self-study format. Eight weekly lessons teach our unique approach to life coaching based on the Field Project Course, the Socratic method, and basic principles of informal logic. Help friends and family identify and resolve contradictions and make self-friendlier choices.
Field Coaching provides the principles and practices you'll need to help others:
- identity hidden contradictions that are at the root of suffering
- effect a natural and effortless transition from "immersion" to a new awareness of previously unwitting beliefs
- discover "outside the box" thinking that clarifies new and better choices
- experience relief and profound change in even a single session
How Field Coaching Differs from Traditional Life Coaching
Field Coaching is based on Field model principles, the most important of which is that our reality corresponds to the choices we make, wittingly or unwittingly, about who we are and “how things are,” or what’s real. Consequently, it aims to shed light on these choices rather than on the quantifiable results that flow inevitably from them. So, for example, while traditional life coaching might focus on helping someone manage his or her time more efficiently, reduce or eliminate clutter, move up the career ladder faster, restore self-esteem, or be a better parent, Field Coaching examines the usually unexamined beliefs, assumptions, and conclusions that are creating and sustaining the need for such goals, for these beliefs, assumptions, and conclusions are the true cause of whatever situation needs improving. Once a better belief is in place, a better reality follows effortlessly and inevitably. Field Coaching, then, is ontological rather than psychological. It deals not just with making better choices (all life coaching does this much), but with making better choices about who we are and what’s real. As Field Coaching works with the deepest and most influential beliefs that we can hold—beliefs about identity and reality—results are typically quick, dramatic, and lasting.
Field Coaching includes:
- eight weekly lessons in a beautifully designed and illustrated 54-page digital Study Guide in Adobe PDF format
- unlimited email support from the Field Project during the eight weeks of FC study
Format: Adobe PDF
Prerequisites: None | Course completion highly recommended
Delivery: Download link via email after purchase
File Size: 4.9MB
Digital purchases are not eligible for return or refund. See "Usage and Support" for Details.
Radical Respect for the Client
No Agenda • The Power of Belief
Alignment: Making Friendlier Choices • Radical Responsibility and Unwitting Choice • Boomerangs of Correspondence
The Role of Emotion • On Stance
A Word About the Socratic Method
Ontological Argument • Immersion and Surfacing • How It Works
The Conversation Starts Here
Informed Consent • The Framework: Informal Logic
Implication, Arguments, and Soundness
Recognizing Assumptions and Implications • Working with Assumptions and Implications
Common Fallacies | Ambiguity, Relevance, Presumption • Case Studies
Case Studies • Pop Quiz
Reductio Ad Absurdum
Retro-Proving • Revealing Questions • Other Things to Look For • The Conversation Road Map
Usage and Support
The Course is the exclusive intellectual property of the Field Project and protected by U.S. and international copyright law, and cannot legally be copied, shared, or otherwise distributed by any third party.
While we do not use digital rights management (DRM), activation schemes, or password protection to enforce intellectual property rights, and even have opted to dispense with an End User License Agreement, please note that we provide support only to those students who have obtained the Course legitimately through the Field Project and whose names and email address are listed in our student database.
Note: To be eligible for support, students must provide the Field Project with their name and email address. We do continue to support Life Partners sharing the Course, and who have provided their names and email addresses for inclusion in our student database.