Exploring Existential Approaches to Coaching: A Discussion With Sasha van Deurzen-Smith

14th August 2020

In this episode of Coaching Uncaged Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Existential Coach, Trainer and Author Sasha van Deurzen-Smith to explore what we mean by existential coaching, and what existential approaches bring to the coaching dynamic.

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