Frequently Asked Questions
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What is a Life Coach?
Life coaches aren’t counselors or therapists; they are not usually qualified to diagnose or treat mental health matters. The life coaches’ primary role is to provide a system that makes it easier for their clients to achieve their goals.
Life coaches help their clients identify good habits, which move their lives forward, and bad habits which hold them back. Moreover, it’s the coach’s responsibility to provide the necessary guidance and support to facilitate their client’s objectives.
What is a Life Coaching?
Life coaching helps individuals live their lives to the fullest by introducing new perspectives to realize hidden potential. Life coaches offer tools to identify limiting beliefs that sabotage growth. Good coaching naturally creates an arena to build new expanding, constructive beliefs. Life coaching helps individuals identify strengths and weaknesses and provides strategies for personal development based on their client’s strengths.
What is an introductory session like?
Before each appointment, I ask clients to consider a topic or two that needs a shift in perspective. These topics give our conversation a natural starting point, which we can then dive into more deeply.
How much do sessions cost?
The rate is $150/hour. I offer an introductory rate of $100 for the first 1 hour session.
Why travel with a travel companion?
There is no better way to expand your perspective than seeing different places and experiencing new cultures. However, traveling solo can be difficult, lonely and unsafe. Traveling with a professional makes all stress and worries associated with traveling disappear when all of the details, logistics and safety are taken care of.
What is a sober companion?
A sober companion, sober coach, or recovery coach are titles all representing the same job in the field of addiction providing one-on-one assistance to newly recovering individuals from addiction to alcohol, drug addiction, gambling addiction, porn addiction, eating disorders – inclusive of all addictions and/or any suffering individual that is currently in the midst of their addiction in order to protect themselves against further harm as a harm reduction protocol. The goal is to help the client maintain total abstinence or harm reduction from any addiction and to establish healthy routines at home or after checking out of a residential treatment facility.