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Frequently Asked Questions
I understand that you may have questions about my services and offerings. To help you find the answers you need, I've compiled a list of frequently asked questions:
What is coaching?Coaching is partnering in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires a person to maximize their personal and professional potential. More specifically, coaching is about having an accountability and support parter to help you reach a certain result or goal. The true coaching can be found in supporting clients through all the obstacles and challenges that get in the way from getting what they want. Challenges could be their own beliefs they need to unpack and unlearn or a lack of boundaries with work and people in their lives. The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of deep wisdom, imagination, and leadership. As coaches, we believe clients have everything they need already inside - it's our job to help you become aware of it, learn from it, own it and take action because of it. The client/coach relationship is also confidential, per the code of ethics for coaches.
Who can benefit from coaching?Anyone can benefit from a coach. Whether you're feeling stuck in life, seeking personal growth, exploring career paths, or wanting to enhance your performance in a particular area, a life and career coach can provide the support you need.
What is the difference between a coach and a therapist?While both can be beneficial, they serve different roles. Therapists primarily focus on helping individuals deal with the past (i.e., childhood, trauma, etc.), emotional distress, and/or mental health issues, whereas coaches are more future-oriented, helping clients set and reach goals in their personal lives and careers.
What kind of coaching do you offer?Answer should be: This always depends on what a client needs. This is why we schedule discovery calls - so I can understand what you're looking to achieve with coaching. Maybe you need support in reprioritizing yourself and treating yourself with more love and kindness. Maybe you're at a career inflection point and aren't sure whether to stay or leave your job, or find another option. Or you could be undergoing a life transition (hello motherhood) and you feel uneasy, stressed, or uncertain about how to navigate the transition and get back to feeling good. We focus on what you need and want to achieve most.
How long does a typical coaching session last, and how often should we meet?A typical session can last between 45 minutes to an hour. The frequency of sessions will vary based on individual needs, but many clients start with weekly or bi-weekly sessions.