“To paraphrase Frederick Buechner, your “life’s work is at the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” I believe coaching is the process which enables us to identify the intersection where our life’s work becomes evident.”
Ray Rife began coaching in 2001 with training from the Institute for Life Coach Training. He refreshed his coach training in 2013 with the Pastoral Coach Training Program of Auburn Theological Seminary. His previous training for the ministry and experience as a Clinical Social Worker broadened his understanding of people’s personality development.
Ray’s ideal client senses a desire for deeper meaning and satisfaction from work, life and relationships. They have experienced success along their way, and now find themselves stuck in a rut, challenged by unknowns and/or uncertain about their future. Ray’s coaching approach leads clients to identify their inner strength, empowers their resilience, and facilitates positive growth in their lives.
A Presbyterian Elder, Ray seeks to weld the spiritual and secular in working with his clients. He coaches to witness the transformative change in clients when they become aware of themselves in ways that were hidden before they entered the coaching relationship.
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