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Frequently asked questions

  • Where are coaching sessions held?
    Coaching sessions are held either in person, I have access to a space available on the farm where I live, or online via Zoom. This allows for flexibility and convenience for clients, who can have sessions from the comfort of their own home or office anywhere in the country.
  • How long are the coaching sessions?
    Initial session is 90min so I can spend more time getting to know you and collect all the information I need. All following sessions are up to 75min to ensure we have plenty of time and you are not rushed.
  • Are coaching sessions confidential?
    Yes, absolutely. Confidentiality is a crucial part of the coaching process. As a professional life coach, I understand the importance of maintaining the privacy and integrity of my clients' personal information. All conversations and information shared during coaching sessions are strictly confidential and will not be disclosed to anyone without the client's explicit permission. This creates a safe and supportive environment for clients to share their deepest thoughts, feelings, and concerns, without fear of judgment or repercussion. Rest assured that your privacy is always respected and protected when you work with me as your coach.
  • How many coaching sessions will I need?
    The number of coaching sessions required varies from person to person, depending on their specific needs and goals. During your initial consultation, we will discuss your objectives and develop a plan that suits your unique circumstances. Some clients may benefit from just a few sessions, while others may require a longer-term commitment. I offer flexible coaching packages tailored to your individual needs, so you can decide how many sessions are right for you.
  • What do I need to know before my first coaching session?
    Before your first coaching session, there are a few things you should keep in mind: 1. Be open and honest: To get the most out of your coaching sessions, it is important to be open and honest with me. You need to be willing to share your thoughts, feelings, and goals so that your coach can understand your needs and develop an effective coaching plan. 2. Come prepared: Before your session, take some time to think about what you want to focus on during your coaching session. This could be a specific problem you are facing or a goal you want to achieve. Write down any questions you may have for me and bring them with you to your session. 3. Set realistic expectations: Coaching is a process that takes time and effort. While I can provide guidance, support, tools and so much more, it is up to you to do the work required to achieve your goals. Be realistic about what you can accomplish in each session and understand that progress may take time. It's not a race!
  • What's the difference between life coaching and therapy?
    Life coaching and therapy are both helpful resources for personal growth and development, but they have different focuses and approaches. Therapy typically focuses on healing past traumas, managing mental health conditions, and addressing emotional and psychological issues. It is often led by a licensed mental health professional and can involve diagnoses, treatment plans, and medication. Life coaching, on the other hand, focuses on helping individuals identify and achieve their goals, improve their relationships and lifestyle, and develop their strengths and skills. It is led by a certified coach who uses motivational and empowering techniques to help clients find clarity, confidence, and direction in their lives. While therapy is important for addressing mental health concerns, life coaching is a great option for those who want to improve their overall well-being and achieve their personal and professional aspirations.
  • Can I still come to a Life Coach if I suffer from mental health issues or attending therapy?
    Yes, absolutely! As a Life Coach, I work with clients who are seeking guidance and support in various aspects of their lives. While I am not a licensed therapist or mental health professional, I can offer you tools, techniques, and strategies to help you achieve your goals and improve your overall well-being. In fact, many clients who are attending therapy find that working with a Life Coach is a complementary and beneficial addition to their treatment plan.

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