What is Life Coaching

Updated: Sep 5, 2019

Life Coaching is a practice based on the relationship between a client and a professionally qualified Life Coach. The aim is to help client's determine and achieve personal goals. Life Coaching draws inspiration from disciplines including sociology, psychology, positive development, mentoring and other types of counselling.

A Life Coach may apply mentoring, values assessment, behaviour modification, goal setting and other cognitive techniques to support the process. Whilst it is often compared to therapy and counselling, 'coaching' aims towards looking at the bigger picture as well as the growth and personal development of an individual. Life Coaching (when under the care of an experienced Coach) will provide you with the vital tools that enable you to work towards harmony and balance in your life, as well as planning for the future.

Did You Know?

  • Alcoholism among women has trebled in the past decade.

  • More women are taking sleeping pills than ever before.

  • High flying career women are increasingly experimenting with recreational drugs.

  • The number of women seeking counselling is at it's highest level.

  • There are more men giving up smoking than women.

  • In Australia, anti-depressive meds are more widely used than the contraceptive pill.

  • Mental breakdown among women is more common today than it has ever been. Women being signed off work due to stress related illnesses are at their highest levels

When a Life Coach and client work together, they create a plan with customised objectives and activities for achieving the client’s goal. Clients collaborate their progress and celebrate achievements with their Life Coach, who motivates them in regularly scheduled sessions until they reach their goal(s).

Personal goals could vary from losing weight, to feeling happier, improving confidence and self-esteem, achieving business goals, starting a family, relationship support or making a monumental career change.

Here's the Top 10 reasons why you should work with a qualified Life Coach.

  1. Clarification on your most important goals. 

  2. Clear milestones and measures to track towards.

  3. Inspiration and motivation to keep you on track.

  4. Clarity on what is most important to you.

  5. The space to think creatively and intuitively.

  6. A sounding board that’s free of judgement.

  7. Focus so that you can move into action and get things done.

  8. Positive measures so that you stay accountable to your journey.

  9. Help in finding your own solutions and answers.

  10. Processes to transform obstacles such as fear, procrastination and self-doubt.

Anyone can label themselves a 'Coach' so it is important to check out professional credentials. Life Coach and Psychotherapist Anita Hale is highly experienced and qualified in Advanced Life Coaching techniques, Psychotherapy and Counselling.

Appointment packs are available, contact us today for more information.

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