MISSION

We believe our Wisdom of the Whole coach training and tools will help people see, value, and function from multiple perspectives. We are a home for discovery and exploration of a new way of coaching that creates wholeness and benefits the coach, the client, and the world.

VISION

We see a world where everyone is unique and strongly connected to all parts of themselves, others, and all things. When people operate from this place of wholeness, we trust a different and better world will be created.

Learn about the foundation for our model with this brief video!

About Our Founder, Linda Bark, PhD, RN, MCC, NC-BC, NBC-HWC:

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  • Certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF) as a Master Certified Coach
  • Board Certified Nurse Coach through the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation
  • More than 30 years of coaching experience
  • Pioneer of new professional health pathways
  • Author of award winning book: The Wisdom of the Whole: Coaching for Joy, Health and Success
  • Creator of the integral/holistic coaching model; an innovative and unique approach to co-creating learning experiences that empower people and help them feel and maintain a sense of ease, fun and fulfillment.

Our Philosophy

These principles frame how we go about our mission.

  • All parts of the whole are important and need to be respected.
  • The well-being of those on this planet and the health of the planet are inextricably interconnected.
  • The well-being of people and the healing of gender separation are inextricably interconnected.
  • Intention, attention and intuition are powerful tools for change because of our deep underlying connection with everything.
  • Purpose and meaning informs and affects all parts of the whole.
  • Situations occurring in far off lands or with our neighbors affect us and vice versa.
  • The world and all its citizens are like family. Human sovereignty would be placed above national sovereignty;
    however, national sovereignty would be respected and supported as well.
  • Rights for all species are the primary concern of society and the connection among them would be understood.
  • People do not have to say, “This is a business decision. It has nothing to do with you personally.”
    People would see connections and repercussions more clearly.
  • We could look at issues from a larger inclusive perspective—I, we, internal and external.
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