Do I need a life coach?
Everyone goes through difficult challenges in life. While you may have been able to cope with the challenges you’ve encountered, it’s always a good idea to seek extra support when you need it. A life coach can help you realize and overcome your habits and behavioral patterns so that you can better realize your full potential. People who get a life coach are the ones who are willing to do the work needed to live a more fulfilled life.
How can a life coach help me?
A life coach can help you in a variety of areas: Physically, Emotionally, Spiritually, Financially and Mentally. Personally, a life coach can also help you improve your relationships with other people. Through life coaching, you can live a more balanced and fulfilling life. Professionally, if you are thinking of starting a business or changing careers, a life coach provides a valuable sounding board that can ask the right questions that help you make decisions that can save you time and frustration from the get-go.
What happens during a life coaching session?
Each life coaching session may be different depending on the goals and needs of the person. At first, we’ll discuss what you want to accomplish through working together and lay out a plan on how to achieve your goals. Occasionally, I’ll also give you assignments to help you direct your progress. We’ll work together to discover what obstacles are in your way and figure out how to overcome them. With each session, we’ll revisit your goals and see what steps are needed to achieve them.
Life Coaching vs. Therapy
Life coaching is different than therapy in that its focus is not in overcoming your psychological issues. The purpose of life coaching is to help you identify your goals and achieve them. With life coaching, very little emphasis is placed on the past. Instead, our focus is on creating the life that you want now and in the future.
Will our conversations remain confidential?
While the law does not grant the privilege of confidentiality to life coaches, what we discuss will not be shared with others. Life coaching is a confidential process and must remain so in order for it to be successful.