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Allison Crow is a life and self-leadership coach for authentic, ambitious women. She has been teaching and coaching since the mid-90s and started coaching full-time in 2007 with Keller Williams Realty, where she established and carried out mentorship and coaching programs for new and existing agents. Today, Allison helps her clients work with thoughts, emotions, and behaviors through her coaching business, Soul-Full Living. In addition to her work as a coach, Allison also hosts the podcast, The Better Life Better Work Show, where she facilitates conversations on authentic leadership, self-leadership, and developing better life and work habits.

Allison joins me today to discuss the Internal Family Systems Model and how it can help people heal. She shares what she learned from Thich Nhat Hanh about transforming difficult emotions and how she uses the Internal Family Systems Model to take it further. She explains how the coaching world can sometimes be damaging and highlights the importance of softness and compassion in the industry. Allison also discusses why there is no such thing as a ‘negative’ emotion and underscores the role of trust in authenticity.

“To be your true self, you have to trust yourself; to trust yourself, you have to meet parts of yourself that the world, media, and culture consider ‘negative’ emotions.” - Allison Crow

This week on the Trauma Hiders Club Podcast:

  • The fear of letting go of our zone of excellence
  • What the Internal Family Systems Model is and how Richard Schwartz developed it
  • What Allison learned from Thich Nhat Hanh about relating to anger
  • How an internal family system is different from a person’s family of origin
  • Making a place for softness and compassion in the world of coaching
  • What it means to be authentic
  • The role of trust in authenticity
  • The potential of the Internal Family Systems Model in unburdening and healing
  • What the Internal Family Systems Model has done for Allison’s life
  • Why anger is not unholy
  • Why the coaching industry can sometimes be harmful and the reason being a “butt-kicking coach” steals autonomy
  • Why nothing is “pathologized” in IFS
  • How the soft, sweet parts of us can learn to stand up

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