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Question 1: In ________, a coach or manager is an individual involved in the direction, instruction and training of the operations of a sports team or of individual sportspeople.
SportIrelandOlympic GamesSports club

Question 2: Victimisation Coaching is a type of ________ that educates people who consider themselves as victims of crime or those who fear victimisation.
CoachingInterpersonal relationshipPersonal developmentDating coach

Question 3: A coach provides a place for clients to be held ________ to themselves by monitoring the clients' progress towards implementation of their action plans.

Question 4: The State legislature of ________, after holding a hearing on such concerns, disagreed,[4] asserting that coaching is unlike therapy because it does not focus on examining nor diagnosing the past.

Question 5: [citation needed] Life coaching also draws inspiration from disciplines including sociology, ________, positive adult development, career counseling, mentoring and other types of counseling.
Sigmund FreudPsychologyNeuropsychologyCognitive neuroscience

Question 6: Some assert that life coaching is akin to ________ without restrictions, oversight or regulation.
Integrative psychotherapyPsychotherapyCognitive behavioral therapyFamily therapy

Question 7: Coaches often act as human ________ for clients by sharing outside and unbiased perspectives.

Question 8: Today coaching refers to a method of ________ or human resource development (HRD).
Positive psychologyEmotionPsychologyPersonal development

Question 9: ADHD coaching is a specialized type of life coaching that uses specific techniques geared toward working with the unique brain wiring of individuals with ________.
Major depressive disorderBipolar disorderAttention-deficit hyperactivity disorderSchizophrenia

Question 10: [2] The coach may apply mentoring, values assessment, ________, behavior modeling, goal-setting and other techniques in helping their clients.
BehaviorismBehavior modificationBehaviour therapyB. F. Skinner

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