A certified coach has a professional obligation to prioritize the well-being and safety of their clients. If a coach determines that a client requires more specialized therapeutic support than they are equipped to provide, they have an ethical responsibility to refer the client to a qualified professional such as a clinical therapist. Additionally, in case of an emergency, such as potential self-harm or harm to others, the coach must take immediate action by contacting the appropriate emergency services.
Regardless of the reason, it’s important to have an open and honest conversation with the coach to arrive at a mutual understanding and to ensure that the coaching relationship ends on a positive note.
Both parties agree to terminate the coaching services due to mutual agreement, lack of progress, budgetary constraints, lack of commitment.
The client agrees to provide written notice to the coach in advance if they wish to terminate the coaching services. The notice period can be agreed upon by both parties and should be specified in the agreement.
The client agrees to maintain the confidentiality of all information shared during the coaching process and to not use it for any unauthorized purposes.
The agreement should include a termination clause that specifies the terms and conditions under which the agreement may be terminated by either party.
The service agreement should specify the governing law that will be applied in the event of a dispute or disagreement between the parties.
Note: This is just a general outline and the agreement should be customized to meet the specific needs of the coaching relationship.