Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between therapy and life coaching?

A therapist can help you with mental health difficulties, trauma, diagnosis, and assessments. Therapists can also assist you to develop potential, find a solution, provide direction and apply clinical methods like cognitive behavioral therapy and psychodynamic approaches. Therapists complete hours of supervised training and hold Masters degrees in psychology or counseling. Life coaches are well-versed in coordinating with doctors and mental health professionals when necessary and can refer clients to them when necessary. Life coaches may hold advanced degrees, certifications, and specialized training to practice coaching. Life coaches cannot treat mental health problems, but can act as a support system in addition to a mental health professional to help further your progress in developing your potential, guide you toward solutions, provide direction and accountability with goal-setting.  

What is the difference between dieting and health coaching?

Diets have been proven to be ineffective long-term where most individuals experience the rollercoaster effect to their health that can actually be more harmful than helpful. Health coaching takes a deeper and more holistic approach which will enable you to achieve lasting lifestyle and behavioral changes.

Is a Health & Life Coach right for me?

When your life has turned into a series of Groundhog Day's and you can't seem to figure out how to get out of your rut or break those unhealthy habits, then you might be in need of some assistance or guidance. If you are caught in a vicious cycle of failed attempts to change, but it doesn't seem to get you closer in achieving your goals; it's time to contact a Health & Life coach professional. Coaches have the tools and training to help you successfully achieve those life-long goals you have always desired but have felt just out of reach.

Once I get a Health & Life Coach, will I need them forever?

As your Health & Life Coaches, it is our goal to create independent thinkers who can access their inner wisdom to make the best choices for their lives. Effective coaching is a process and the amount of time it takes one person to let go of an old belief or habit might be different for someone else. Coaching is a fluid process based on independence rather than codependence. The goal is for our clients gain the knowledge and resources to thrive in their progress without the necessity of a coach, and to desire the consistency and relationship that a coach provides throughout the duration of one's life.