Book Resources page

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16 thoughts on “Book Resources page

  1. I really like the book, The Alchemy of Herbs, by Rosalee De La Foret. The subtitle of the book is: transform everyday ingredients into foods and remedies that heal. If you are interested in how to use for culinary and medicinal purposes in a culinary application, you will enjoy the book.

  2. This is an abso-frakkin-lutely relevant resource! Some of these I already have, or are already on my wish lists. What really impresses me, is the books NOT geared specifically to coaching. It’s a well-rounded collection regardless of an interest in coaching.

    ps – I’ve added some new jewels to my wish lists ☺

  3. The coaching toolcards have been very beneficial to me in my coaching practice. If I get “off track” and ask only the same questions again and again, I’ll pull out the toolcards for a fresh perspective.

  4. I was gifted my copy of W.O.W. by Linda herself. It an invaluable tool for me as I work with those who struggle with disordered eating, negative body image, stress and overwhelm. I’ve loved implementing her techniques with my students and the conversations that ensue due to skillful inquiry. I look forward to reading her newest book!

  5. Linda Bark’s book “Wisdom of the Whole” is a fun, user-friendly and phenomenal guide to coaching the integral way. The diagrams and descriptions of tools a well as the theory behind Linda’s coaching method is an invaluable tool to any new or seasoned coach who really wants to empower clients and help them source their own solutions from the inside out. I keep this book in my office and often reference it between client sessions just to keep me in the flow of coaching in service to my and my client’s highest good. Thanks, Linda for your amazing work!

  6. Great resources! I have added to my wish list! I use a number of brief therapy and motivational interviewing texts as resources as well.

  7. The Happiness Advantage made an impact on me. It truly is up to us how we face the stressors of the world. We can wallow in self pity or we can choose to see challenges as opportunities.

  8. Still working on the first WOW book….but it’s inspiring, trying to think outside the box and how I could utilize coaching if I got certified.

  9. I have been enjoy the WOW deck of coaching tools – great reminders & reviews. And then there are just so many that Linda exposed us to as I went through my coaching course! All so helpfu! Thank you Linda

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