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Life Coaching: Better than Therapy?

After two decades of traditional therapy, one skeptical writer gives it a shot.

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  • "I'm not trying to make you feel bad or make you perfect or turn you into me," Gerber said. "I'm trying to help you design your life so you're living your dreams, as you define them." Plus, she went on, "Through the power of the collective unconscious, if enough people get themselves right, then we can change the vibration of the world and get the world right too."

    Gerber talks fast, and, still exhausted from the exercise class, I was struggling to follow her leap into this new-agey realm. "Collective unconscious? You mean like Jung?"

    "Who?" she asked.

    I didn't know much about Jung myself, other than that he was Freud's disciple and that he believed in the collective unconscious—that everyone shares a common underlying system for organizing experience—but then, she was the one charging $300 an hour, not me. She was right: I was skeptical that she could help me. Or perhaps I was looking for reasons not to have to change.

Life Coaching: Better than Therapy?
After two decades of traditional therapy, one skeptical writer gives it a shot.
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