• Coaching

    Are you sitting there saying to yourself where did the time go? What have I done with my life? Are you feeling stuck? Your probably looking at other peoples lives hoping and wondering why you haven't achieved your goals?

    There are so many people that are fearful of living. Whether it's to attend college, relocate, start a new career, leave a failing relationship or leave a horrible job etc they stay due to fear.


    COACHING: Assumes the client is whole

    COACHING: Rooted in sports, business, and personal growth

    COACHING: Works to move people to a higher level of functioning

    COACHING: Focuses on actions and the future

    COACHING: Focuses on solving problems

    COACHING: Works with the conscious mind

    COACHING: Works for external solutions to overcome barriers, learn new skills and implement effective choice

    COUNSELING: Assumes the client needs healing

    COUNSELING: Rooted in medicine, psychiatry

    COUNSELING: Works with people to achieve self-understanding and emotional healing

    COUNSELING: Focuses on feelings and past events

    COUNSELING: Explored the root of problems

    COUNSELING: Works to bring the unconscious into consciousness

    COUNSELING: Works for the internal resolution of pain and let go of old patterns

    What is therapy?

    Therapy, also called counseling or psychotherapy, is a long-term process in which a client works with a mental health professional to diagnose and resolve problematic beliefs, behaviors, relationship issues, feelings and sometimes physical responses. The idea behind therapy is to focus on past traumas and issues to change self-destructive habits, repair and improve relationships and work through painful feelings. In this sense, therapy focuses on the past and on introspection and analysis, with the hope of resolving past issues and creating a happier, more stable future.

    What does a life coach do?

    The difference between a life coach and therapist is that a life coach sets clients up with a process that may be long or short-term, instead of regular sessions. In life coaching, a client works with a coach, who may or may not be a healthcare professional; in order to clarify goals and identify obstacles and problematic behaviors in order to create action plans to achieve desired results. The process of life coaching takes the client's current starting point as an acceptable neutral ground and is more action-based from that point onward. A life coach enables the person receiving coaching to take control of their life and take action to steer it toward their goals.