Life coaching is not a substitute for either therapy or consulting.
Therapy is meant for those who have significant trauma or certain psychological conditions (clinical depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, addiction issues etc.) If this is you, your healing must come first — please see a therapist who can help you resolve your trauma or stabilize your mental health. You can proceed with life coaching when a licensed therapist or counselor gives you the go-ahead.
Consultants are paid to provide their expertise on subject matter beyond what you as the client know. On the other hand, coaches typically refrain from giving you advice or telling you what to do, since you are the expert on your own life. Instead, as a coach, I work with you to guide you towards your own perfect solutions and insights.
Coaching is meant for individuals who are, for the most part, psychologically well — any major past trauma has been resolved and clinically significant mental health issues have been treated and stabilized. Coaching will take you from this “ok” state to a great state.
As a coach, I help you create the future that you want by uncovering all the limiting beliefs you have that are preventing you from achieving it.
While I provide insight and clarity, I do not explicitly tell you what to do (like a consultant would). My job is to help you realize what you want for yourself through asking you questions that guide you towards your own perfect solutions.
Our coaching sessions will be held online through web conferencing software like Zoom/Google Meet.
Yes! Everything we discuss will remain completely confidential, per the ethics guidelines of the International Coaching Federation.
I offer a 100% money-back guarantee within the first month of working together. After that, I have a strict no-refund policy. This is why I insist on the (free) discovery call to explore your coaching needs and our potential in working together.