What is Life Coaching?
Let’s start with what life coaching isn’t. Life coaching is not a clinical evaluation. As a life coach, I will not be diagnosing or medicating any mental health issues. While a life coach and a counselor or therapist can be used in tandem, they do not serve the same purpose. A life coach uses their own unique set of life experiences, perspective, and skills to relate to and ultimately help their clients to learn, grow, and blossom. A life coach works with you to confront areas of dissatisfaction in your life, and then helps you formulate and execute a plan of personal improvement.
So what does a Life Coach do?
A life coach is a mentor, an advisor, an accountability partner, a motivator, and someone who will work with you to formulate a plan of action and tackle your issues head on! A life coach lends an ear, an outside perspective, their expertise, and their personal experience to problems that the client might not be able to fully grasp or manage alone.
Who needs a Life Coach?
What can I offer you as a Life Coach?
As a self-love and habits coach, my top priority is to see my clients not just surviving but thriving in their personal lives. When working with clients, my first priority is divesting my clients of any shame they feel over past mistakes, removing their limiting beliefs and scarcity mindsets, and empowering them to put their best foot forward in the here and now. I work with clients in the areas of cultivating self-love by healing, moving forward from dysfunctional family dynamics, establishing standards and implementing boundaries, and unlearning self-destructive habits.
Some clients come to me are seeking to create structure in their lives, and want to learn how to create and adhere to a schedule. Others are mismanaging their money and want to learn how to get out of debt and end chaotic spending habits. Others need empowerment when it comes to how they view themselves and their relationships with others. All of these things are interconnected, and they are all issues that I had to learn to overcome.
I offer my clients the chance to learn and grow from my mistakes as well as their own, the space to imagine the best version of themselves, and the opportunity to do the work that it takes to become those more resilient, confident, purposeful, organized, and fulfilled people.
As aforementioned, a life coach is not a therapist; you will not be “sitting on my coach” for years to come. A client isn’t stuck with a life coach forever, and clients typically work with me for 2 – 4 months. My goal is to see my clients thriving, with a restored sense of self and purpose, phenomenal confidence, and a renewed clarity! If moving towards this and living your best life is your goal as well, then let’s get to work!
Still unsure of how coaching could help improve your life? Would you like to make sure that I’m the right coach for you? Schedule a FREE discovery call!