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Finding Forever


Spotlight On: What God has Joined Ministries
ILCT graduate: JeannaLynn May

Written by: Kim Green

Over the next year, stay tuned to the ILCT website. We will be spotlighting the remarkable work ILCT graduates are doing to change the world, one coaching session at a time.

 For our




October 08th, 2016 by Amy Jones




The Successfully Transition Out Program


By: Ellen Neiley Ritter, PhD, BCC

As previously presented in our blog, ILCT has been successfully running our coach training program within a medium security federal prison for men for the past 3 years. It has been a real testament to the power of coaching and more than 40 inmates have




May 23rd, 2016 by Amy Jones




Coaching for Community Wellness


By: Patrick Williams, EdD, MCC, BCC

It has long been my dream to have the power and benefits of coaching conversations reach beyond the individual business leaders or professionals we generally coach. That is why I created Coaching The Global Village in 2005, to bring empowering




February 10th, 2016 by Amy Jones




Addiction Treatment Providers Aren’t Enough:  It’s Time for Progressive Recovery Coaching


By Dr. Michael Pantalon

The statistics are pretty bleak. Only about eight percent of people with a substance use disorder receive treatment at a specialty facility in any given year and the relapse rate after inpatient treatment is about 50 percent in the first 12 months and the




March 23rd, 2015 by Amy Jones




Exploring the Inner Universe


By: Candace Dorsey

“At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want.” — Lao Tzu

As coaches we strive to help our clients transform their lives in many ways that ultimately result in greater happiness, healthier bodies and minds, and




October 31st, 2014 by Amy Jones




Motivation from the Start to the Finish and Beyond


By: Candace Dorsey

You miss 100 percent of the shots you never take. —Wayne Gretzky 

Life coaching can help people with unrealized dreams and stagnation in the growth process.  Sometimes, those who hire life coaches already know the specifics of these issues.  Other times, they




October 01st, 2014 by Amy Jones




Self Imprisonment: How We Become Our Own Jailer And What This Means For Our Coaching Clients


By Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D.

Oscar, the white mouse, was born into a loving mouse family who believed that everything they did for and taught him was in his best interests. His parents made mistakes in his upbringing, but they did their best according to what they themselves knew and had




September 02nd, 2014 by Amy Jones




Transformation: From Confusion to Clarity


By: Candace L. Dorsey, MA, NCC, LPC

 “Action may not always bring happiness, but there is no happiness without action.”
—William James 

Starting somewhere is highly likely to be better than not starting at all. This is a great reason to hire a coach. Most of us know when we are




August 20th, 2014 by Amy Jones




By Ellen Neiley Ritter, Ph.D., BCC

Nine months ago, Pat Williams and I received emails from an inmate in a federal prison who was reading Becoming A Professional Life Coach and wanted to bring coaching to the prisons. Since ILCT's mission is to not only provide the best coach training




October 08th, 2013 by Amy Jones




By: Kimberly Gleason

Does the knowledge of coaching translate to the doing of coaching in the workplace? Not necessarily. And sadly, not often. Last month I talked about research studies showing that knowledge in coaching skills and processes typically doesn’t lead to managers and other




July 23rd, 2013 by Amy Jones




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