Changing can be challenging, and achieving big goals requires a lot of commitment. When you have a partner or a guide by your side, you are more likely to succeed. Today, many people seem to turn to a Life Coach to overcome their old habits and habituated comforts, regardless of how motivated they are.
Life coaches do not provide therapy, but rather help clients identify and resolve problematic behaviours, beliefs, feelings, relationships, and sometimes physical symptoms. Healthcare professionals provide therapy to assist clients in identifying and addressing problematic behaviours, beliefs, feelings, relationships, and physical symptoms. Therapy aims to repair and improve relationships, as well as heal painful emotions and past traumas. Through introspection and analysis and focusing on the past, therapy is intended to resolve old issues and move forward.
What Is a Life Coach Not Allowed to Do?
Unlike therapists, life coaches use action-based methods based on the client’s present situation. Life coaches can help an individual take action to enhance his or her quality of life.
It is a common practice for life coaches to provide strategies to their clients (not patients) for managing stress, as well as helping them to avoid chronic stress.
We can achieve the greatest amount of fulfilment by gaining access to our inner happiness and inner well-being. This treasure can be accessed by focusing inwardly. Meditation helps us focus internally, and as we meditate more, we become more confident in our inherent goodness and well-being.
It would be advisable to consult a therapist if you have unresolved childhood trauma or any other issues. When you want to improve your quality of life, learn how to manage stress, and make better decisions, a life coach is the best choice. For more information on life coaching or to schedule a complimentary consultation, please contact Integrative Coaching.