Life Coach vs Therapist?
Which is better for you a Life Coach or a therapist?
Typically the difference between a Life Coach and a therapist is that a therapist primarily focuses on the past to help you understand your present while a Life Coach primarily focuses on your present to help you make changes that will improve your future. But I’m not a typical Life Coach so I use a process in the beginning to determine if you need to analyze your past in order to improve your future or if we need to figure on the present. With most clients it ends up being both and I am able to help you Analyst your past and your future. A recent client is a great example where we started out assessing her past but then she started having recent problems that needed fixing now and she needed advice on how to improve her current situation and didn’t have time to go back and analyze her past. Within a few sessions I was able to work her through her recent problem then we were able to resume our evaluation of her past that was still controlling her present.
What’s your Life Coaching process?
It depends very much on your goals because I provide a lot of services other Life Coaches don’t like: Business Coaching, Nutrition Coaching, Personal Training, Money Coaching/Financial Coaching, etc and my process is different for each. But in the beginning I use different assessments to determine areas I can help you improve then we create a list of goals you’d like to achieve with my Life Coaching. Then I create a plan of practices to teach you but along the way I’m flexible when we need to take a step back and reevaluate your goals or your past.
How many Life Coaching sessions will I need?
This is a great question that unfortunately depends in the person and their circumstances. But let’s start with the best case scenario where I’m able to help you identify the root cause of you’re problems in our first session. You’d still need a second Life Coaching session to create a game plan. Then you’d need a third session to to reevaluate your expectations and goals. Then you’d need at least two more sessions to practice or game plan. So that would be a minimum of five Life Coaching sessions. Typically my clients purchase one session in the beginning to make sure I’m a good fit for them then they purchase five sessions after that and quickly realized they need more sessions so they buy five more which is why I have an option for ten sessions to save my clients even more money.
How frequently should I schedule Life Coaching sessions?
Typical Life Coaches only do one session a week like therapists but I am very flexible and I’ve had clients that only had sessions twice a month while others have come three times a week. It depends on how quickly you want to see results and how much availability you have.
Promise Life Coach
11727 Beacon Court Louisville KY 40299