What is life coaching?
Life coaching is more structured than counselling. It's a way of working to move yourself - and your life - forward. It is very much driven by goals - your goals. In six sessions, usually over the course of 6 months, you decide what you would like change about your life and you take steps to get there. It is focused on your future, not on your past, which means it can be a very positive experience. Some people also choose to come in roughly 6 months after the final session for a one-off 'review' session.
Who needs life coaching?
Life coaching can be for anyone who feels stuck in their life or for someone who cannot seem to make the changes they want in their life. It can help when you are facing a transition or if you are at a crossroads and need to make a choice about which path to take.
What can life coaching help with?
Are you unhappy at work or in your relationship?
Do you want to change your career?
Is something missing from your life, but you don't know what?
Are you confused about what path to choose?
Are you sick of talking about the need to make changes in your life?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, life coaching may be for you. In my life coaching practice, I have seen my clients take steps to make big changes in their lives. They have:
Enrolled on university courses to change careers
Changed jobs within the same company
Entered into long-lasting, intimate relationships
How long will it take?
A typical life coaching journey lasts 6 sessions. You can choose how often these sessions take place, but usually they occur once a month over the course of six months. The first session is usually 90 minutes, with the remaining 5 sessions lasting 60 minutes.
How much does it cost?
There are several ways you can choose to pay.
1. Pay for each session individually
First session: £75
Each session thereafter: £50
2. Block book all 6 sessions - £300
What people have said....
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