Interview with Relationship Coaching Institute Founder David Steele

Why did you start the Relationship Coaching Institute (RCI)?

Two reasons:

  1. When I fell in love with Coaching in 1996 as a Marriage and Family Therapist I wanted to specialize in Relationship Coaching and I was shocked to find absolutely no training program.
  2. I quickly built a highly visible and successful relationship coaching practice in my area and my colleagues requested I conduct a relationship coaching training workshop to share my
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    methods. That first training was the birth of Relationship Coaching Institute.

Here’s a bonus reason… when I entered the coaching profession it wasn’t my intention to train anyone. However, the coaching field at the time was like the wild west and was attracting “outlaws” who were marketing “coaching” without any specialized training or understanding of professional coaching. I felt an obligation and responsibility to promote a model of relationship coaching that was aligned with the methods, practices, and standards of professional coaching as defined by the International Coach Federation. I saw coaching as a huge advancement in the helping professions that could make a real impact in the world.

What is the mission of RCI?

To provide innovative, high quality relationship coaching training and help our graduates get clients and build a successful business that helps singles and couples have successful relationships.

What is relationship coaching?

Relationship coaching is a professional client-focused service where an individual or couple is assumed to be healthy, powerful, and able to achieve their relationship goals with effective support, information and guidance.

What professional background is appropriate for a career in coaching?

While training is necessary to become a coach, no professional background is necessary to start coach training.

Why should a prospective coach choose RCI?

In addition to being the first and largest international relationship coach training

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organization, RCI provides unparalleled marketing and practice building support for our graduates. We intentionally organized as a membership organization so we can provide on-going support to help our graduates get clients and build a successful business. We are committed to the success of our members and provide dozens of member benefits and resources beyond relationship coaching training.

For a list of our member benefits and resources-

http://www.relationshipcoachinginstitute.com/resources-members.htm

What are the top three pieces of relationship advice you can offer?

  1. Believe that you deserve to love and be loved. When you truly believe that you deserve to love and be loved you will pull or magnetize the love you want and stop (unconsciously) pushing love away.
  2. Honor your deepest needs and requirements. Acknowledge your requirements, needs, and wants, and take responsibility for getting them met. If you settle for less, you get less, and you won’t experience the love and connection you really want.
  3. Take emotional risks. If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got. Your understandable desire to stay safe and hope love and connection somehow happens will not work. A successful, fulfilling relationship requires leaving your comfort zone and putting yourself out there authentically to others. Allow yourself to be vulnerable and take emotional risks.

About David Steele

David Steele is a California-based Marriage and Family Therapist who fell in love with coaching and in 1997 founded Relationship Coaching Institute, the first and largest international relationship coach training organization. RCI is committed to helping you get clients and have a successful practice coaching singles and couples to have successful relationships. To learn how you can become a relationship coach or add relationship coaching to your existing practice sign up for a free Introduction to Relationship Coaching tele-training at the Relationship Coaching Institute

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