“Everyone you meet always asks if you have a career, are married, or own a house as if life was some kind of grocery list. But no one ever asks you if you are happy.”
Life coaching is a different service than psychotherapy in that it is usually appropriate when an individual has one specific, overarching goal, and the individual is not experiencing symptoms that interrupt their daily life and functioning.
Life coaching can be highly motivational and fast paced, with more frequent sessions based on your needs and timeline. At this time, life coaching is not covered by insurance. Please contact me for my coaching rates and package plans.
Counseling Today illustrated the difference between psychotherapy and life coaching by stating, “Life coaches aim to motivate, offer emotional support and create confidence in their clients. Many life coaches focus on creating a new life path in order to achieve goals, whereas therapy sometimes looks into emotional resolutions to past problems in order to move forward.”