What is your coaching Style & Process?
I use a compassionate and non-judgmental approach with all my clients. I help people feel better and move forward as they set goals to align their inner purpose with their outer journey. This work will help them create the life they desire. Most of my clients are people who might be a bit stuck or simply want to make a change in their lives and want support from a personal coach. Together we will identify the obstacles in your life that are keeping you from what you want to be and do. Then we will work together to design a plan of action to help you make the changes that will bring you to the fulfilling, satisfying life you crave. I will be the coaching voice that helps you stay present to your purpose and keeps you moving forward towards your goal. Moreover, Our life coaching program focuses on four elements: Developing healthy habits surrounding our purpose in life, developing a physical exercise plan, developing a healthy eating plan, and learning self-love through a series of photographs of yourself.
There is no one size fits all formula for your success. Most of the choices that we make in life are based on our belief system, values, and models of the world. It can be helpful to know why we make certain choices in life, but more importantly, how to improve those choices, thoughts, and emotions so that they empower you to live to your full potential. Once you learn the why and the how, you have the power to create a life of unlimited happiness, fulfillment, and success. Coaching isn’t just a service or something I do, it’s my passion.
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How does coaching work?
In a complimentary initial consultation, we can determine where you are on your path and then decide the next step for you. If we decide to take the journey together, we will then plan a course of action to follow to achieve your goals. I will be your guide, but you will determine the option that is best suited for your needs. The consultation is approximately 30 mins in length.
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How is coaching done?
Coaching can be done in person, via email or virtually, or over the phone.
Does health Insurance cover Life coaching sessions?
Unfortunately, health insurance does not cover life coaching.
Is Coaching the same as therapy?
No, coaching is not the same thing as therapy. Life coaches focus more on the future to develop recognition and skills that lead to self-improvement. We offer emotional support, and life skills to create recognition and confidence in our clients. Life coaches focus on creating a new life path to achieve goals with individuals that want certain results including increased happiness and well-being in their lives, whereas therapists often investigate emotional resolutions to past problems to move forward. Life coaches are not therapists (unless specified qualified to diagnose or treat any health-related problems) although if a situation arises they may suggest a referral. Therapists are also intended to help people overcome emotional or psychological disorders. We strongly advise you to seek professional advice from a licensed therapist if you have any concerns or doubts about your mental/emotional wellbeing.
Are sessions confidential?
All interactions which take place in the setting of the life coaching session are remained confidential. This includes requests by telephone, all interactions with this counselor, any scheduling or appointment notes, all session content records, and any progress notes that the coach takes during your sessions. We will not verify that you are a client. You may choose to give us permission in writing to release any or specific information about you to any person or agency that you designate.
Limits to this agreement
In some legal proceedings, a judge may issue a court order. This would require coaches to testify in court.
If we learn of or believe that there is physical or sexual abuse or neglect of any person under 18 years of age, we must report this information to county child protection services.
If we learn of or believe that an elderly person or disabled person is being abused or neglected, we must file a report with the appropriate state agency that handles elder abuse.
If we learn of or believe that you are threatening serious harm to another person, we are obligated to report this. This can be in the form of telling the person whom you have threatened, contacting the police, or placing you into hospitalization.
If there is evidence that you are a danger to yourself and we believe that you are likely to kill yourself unless protective measures are taken, we may be obligated to seek hospitalization for you or to contact family members or others who can help provide protection
There may be times when we consult with outside sources about cases. In these cases, no personally identifiable information will be used to discuss this case. However, discussion topics will be used in order to ensure that we getting and giving the best assistance possible. The persons with whom we discuss cases are legally bound to keep the information confidential.