Hilary Illick is an Executive Coach, a Life Coach, and a faculty member at the Hoffman Institute. She practices life coaching based on the co-active coaching model. Co-active coaching is designed to move individuals towards more balance, more effective process, and more fulfillment in their lives. In co-active coaching, coach and client work as partners focused on the client’s agenda. Rather than viewing the client as a problem to be diagnosed and fixed, co-active coaching holds the client as creative, resourceful, and whole, and serves to guide the client towards her or his own authentic vision and solutions. In her coaching sessions, Hilary draws on tools of guided visualization, exploring strengths as well as negative saboteur messages, defining values, goal setting, and and connecting with the soul in order to help move clients into their higher selves and towards the lives they want to be leading. Hilary’s clients include corporate C-Level executives and senior leaders at dozens of corporations nationwide—as well as individuals who see her at Life Matters, her private practice in Cambridge.
In addition to her work as coach and facilitator, Hilary is an accomplished writer and playwright, published in both France and the United States, with her work appearing on national television and off-Broadway. She has won an Emmy Award for television writing and appeared on The Today Show for her autobiographical off-Broadway play on parenting — Eve-olution. Hilary has a B.A. in Philosophy from Stanford University, an M.F.A. in creative writing from SFSU, and a PCC-level Certification in Life Coaching from the International Coach Federation.
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