This type of coaching is designed to improve executive functioning. Some examples are if you or your child are having trouble with staying on task, completing assignments, being distracted, daily organization or advocating for self needs. With this type of life coaching you will see improvements with work productivity, academics and many other areas of life. We will use a comprehensive executive function inventory at the beginning of the coaching journey to determine which of the nine areas of executive functioning the client needs to challenge themselves to change. This tool will be used as a progress monitoring tool throughout the coaching process.
This type of coaching is aimed at motivating young adults (16-22) who are struggling with finding their path such as college decisions, work related decisions and parent conflicts. This is intended for young adults who are self-motivated and open for change .
This type of coaching is intended for those who struggle with engaging in social settings. As coaches, we will motivate those who are willing to put themselves in situations that will enable them to expand themselves in social settings utilizing the life coach as a guide.*
This type of coaching is for those who have lost someone close to them and is seeking out a coach to walk alongside them through the five stages of grief (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance). This type of life coaching can also assist the person cope with the everyday needs of losing the loved one.*
This type coaching is for elderly clients who may be transitioning, for example: from their homes to an apartment or after surgery and needing an ally during the recovery process. Sometimes elderly clients may need a guide to advocate and learn different systems and processes after a loss of their spouse. At times, they may just need help navigating the aging process.
Relationships can bring fulfillment or frustration, and managing them is challenging! Coaching improves how we relate to others at home, work, school, and in social contexts as well as how we relate to influences in our lives such as food and money. Relationship coaching empowers individuals, couples, families, teams, or any group that is motivated to improve communication and functioning.
The purpose of this type of life coaching is intended for those who are ready to enter a new career, change their current position or aiming for a promotion. The life coach will motivate the client in facilitating every path to make their career goal a success.
This type of Coaching is for people who are struggling with a life transition. Some examples of life transitions are: a young adult finding their path after college, in a career or within a social network etc. This could also be a newly singled person after they have broken up with their partner, having been married or together for several years, needing help with the transition of “being single” again. This type of coaching may also be useful for a parent or parents who are finding their path after their last child has left the “roost”!
The purpose of this type of Coaching is to guide the student and their parents through the process of choosing and applying to colleges and getting comfortable with balancing college academics and social life. This type of Coaching would also help in learning self-advocating and time management skills to optimize the student’s performance and also to enjoy the college experience overall.
This type of coaching is tailored for executive training and workforce management; coaching will include the individual, team leadership, and organization development. The coach and the client will focus on renewal performance and people skills enhancement. During the coaching process meeting facilitation and conflict management as well as work force relationships will also be addressed.
Other life coaching focus areas include:
* Please note life coaches are not therapists but a guiding ally.