What Is Life Coaching?
Life Coaching is a confidential, non-judgemental one to one process to enable you to work out what you want in your life and, most importantly, how you can get it. With the fast pace of life in the 21st century it’s often easy to forget what really matters to you, or to “make do” with areas in your life which really don’t make you happy. Your life coach gives you the time, space and encouragement to identify the specific goals you want to achieve and uses a variety of tools and techniques to guide you to the results.
Speak to us today or book a treatment online at HealthHub, which covers Yarm, Eaglescliffe, Stockton on Tees, Ingleby Barwick and Middlesbrough, where our Life Coach will advise on a personalised course of treatment.
Who Would Benefit From Life Coaching?
The quick answer is anyone who wants to make lasting changes in their life and some of the specific reasons people choose life coaching include:
- You’re lacking in confidence
- You want to improve your work/life balance
- You’re struggling with one of many changes that children bring to your life, such as returning to work or empty nest syndrome
- You’ve reached a crossroads and don’t know which way to turn
- You’re heading towards retirement and don’t know what you’ll do with your time
- You want to improve one or more relationships in your life
- You’re unhappy in your career but don’t know what to do or how to change it
- You’re not very good at managing your finances
- You need to make changes to support your physical well being
or it could be as simple as you wake up each morning and think “there must be more to life than this”. The good news is yes, there can be, and if you are committed to making changes your life coach can work with you to find out what that means for you.
Is It Like Counselling?
Life Coaching is quite different to counselling or therapy. Counselling looks at your history and your counsellor will work with you to make sense of what has happened in your past and how and why that affects you now. Life Coaching will take stock of your past if it is limiting you from making changes, but the focus is very much on what you can do from now to achieve the goals you want in your life.
How Long Does It Last?
Sessions last one hour and because life coaching is such a pragmatic process, clients often start to see changes from their very first session. Often, only 4-6 sessions are required to enable you to move forward making the changes you want to see in your life.
Heather Baker-Heriot L.C.H.Dip
Heather Baker-Heriot is a professional life coach and a member of the Association for Coaching and the International Institute of Coaching and Mentoring. After a successful 25 year career in industry working in a variety of management roles, Heather recognised her passion for working with people and motivating them to achieve their full potential. Working with her life coach she set about changing her own career and now runs a successful life coaching practice.