Frequently Asked Questions

How is coaching different from therapy?

Coaches are action-oriented and come alongside clients to help them reach goals that require direction and accountability. They aren’t necessarily dealing with someone’s past issues or something that is “wrong”, instead, they focus on what is preventing progress.

Counseling often focuses on the question “why?” as well as weaknesses and deficits. On the contrary, Coaching focuses on the question “how?” and emphasizes strengths and assets.

Coaching is an investment in your future – the tools and strategies taught by a trained coach last a lifetime. Working with a coach empowers, motivates and inspires you to live fully in your Divine purpose.

Is coaching right for me?

Coaching is right for anyone who is struggling yet ready for change, open to honest feedback and wanting more out of life. When people ask if coaching is for them, we simply ask two questions: “Do you want to make a positive change in your life and all your relationships?” and “Are you ready to put in the work to make that change happen?” If you can answer yes to both of these, you will benefit from working with us.

What are the benefits of a group coaching program?

When we connect with a tribe of people with similar values and beliefs, people who all want to succeed — amazing things can happen. Being part of a tribe means you have access to different viewpoints and approaches to problems and challenges. You get to expand your network of valuable connections. You get to give and receive help and support. You get to experience that priceless feeling of being part of something bigger, something greater than yourself and your growth is exponential.

What can I do if my partner doesn’t want to be coached?

This is not an uncommon situation. Unfortunately, some people aren’t comfortable exposing their emotions. Some are taught to suppress their feelings, which makes them reject the idea of talking about their relationships with a coach. If your partner is like that, it is completely normal!

Having said that, we can’t coach people who don’t want to be coached. In our program, client commitment is essential to change and success. The aim is for you and your partner to take control over your life and that starts by showing up and taking action.

If your partner is not interested in relationship coaching, we recommend you join individually. Your partner will soon notice the positive changes in you and want to get the same. Also, you will learn some techniques, which you can present in the safety of your home and maybe at some point your partner will become comfortable with the process and join you. Change WILL happen even if you are starting this path on your own!

Do I/we need to commit to a certain number of individual or couples coaching sessions if we chose that route instead of the group coaching program?

You will be asked to commit to 3, 5 or 10 sessions. We believe that success requires practice and your commitment is essential to your success. Research suggests that for Couples Therapy to be effective, 12 sessions are necessary! We believe that our program is more effective and will bring you amazing results FAST!

What if I am single but want help with getting back into the world of dating and relationships?

We provide relationship coaching that helps you to improve your relationship with yourself and get you ready to attract the partner of your dreams! So yes you can join to work on your relationship with yourself, find the patterns that have caused failed relationships and begin to change them so you will be ready to find the eventual person who joins you in your life.

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