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Life Coach

A life coach is a type of wellness professional who helps people make progress in their lives in order to attain greater fulfillment. Life coaches aid their clients in improving their relationships, careers, and day-to-day lives.

What Does a Life Coach Do?

Life coaches can help you clarify your goals, identify the obstacles holding you back, and then come up with strategies for overcoming each obstacle.
By creating these strategies, life coaches target your unique skills and gifts. By helping you to make the most of your strengths, life coaches provide the support you need to achieve long-lasting change.

Who Should Consider Working With a Life Coach?

Many people seek out life coaches for guidance in navigating a significant life change, such as taking on a new career. In plenty of cases, however, people turn to life coaches simply for help in building a happier, more meaningful life.

There are a number of indications that working with a life coach could be helpful for you. These signs include:

In recent years, life coaches have acquired a considerable presence in the mainstream. Indeed, a growing number of creatives, executives, and entrepreneurs are now teaming up with life coaches to attain success in their professional and personal lives.

Types of Life Coaches

Some life coaches take a more general, all-encompassing approach, but there are also many that specialize and focus on helping people in specific areas. Some of the different types of life coaches include:
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Difference Between a Life Coach and a Therapist

Although there may be some overlap in the benefits of working with a life coach and participating in psychotherapy with a licensed therapist, these professionals have distinct roles and serve unique purposes.

Unlike life coaches, therapists and other mental health professionals focus on healing, treating mental health conditions, and helping people work through trauma and other issues from their past. While working with a life coach may help you to deal with certain unresolved issues, life coaches cannot treat mood disorders, anxiety disorders, addiction, or any other mental health condition.


Life Coaches

Therapists have a degree and are licensed mental health professionals. They must follow an ethical code and adhere to regulations regarding confidentiality and ongoing education.

Life coaches, on the other hand, are not governed by a board and don’t have to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and its privacy rules that help protect your personal health information. To that end, a life coach should never be considered as a substitute for a mental health professional.

If you’re experiencing symptoms of a mental health problem (such as feelings of hopelessness, difficulty concentrating, sleep disruption, and mood disturbance), it’s crucial to consult a mental health professional as soon as possible.

If you or a loved one are struggling with a mental health condition, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357 for information on support and treatment facilities in your area.

For more mental health resources, see our National Helpline Database.
5 Differences Between Coaching and Psychotherapy

What a Life Coach Can Do for You
One of the main benefits of working with a life coach is the ability to gain a fresh, informed perspective on problems that you face. In addition to offering new insight into challenges, a life coach can help you to zero in on negative patterns that could be standing in the way of your success.

Many people view working with a life coach as a means of bridging the gap between your current circumstances and the life you’d like to lead. The following are some of the benefits that may result from having a life coach:

  • Better work/life balance
  • Elimination of long-held fears and anxieties
  • Enhanced creativity
  • Greater financial security
  • Improved communication skills
  • More satisfying work life
  • Stronger relationships with friends and family

Additionally, people frequently pair up with life coaches in order to work through barriers that may interfere with finding a partner/mate. Many people also look to life coaches for help in identifying their passion and carving out their ideal career path.

What to Expect From a Life Coach

With many life coaches, you can expect to discuss specific goals you have for the future. A life coach often provides support that is essential for gaining momentum toward your goals. A good coach can recognize when you get stuck, and help you regain motivation.

Accountability is one of the prime advantages of working with a life coach. As a result of working with a life coach, clients often achieve their goals more quickly and efficiently than they would if working on their own.

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Research suggests that life coaching can have a range of positive effects, including improvements in personal insight and improve self-reflection. It may also help improve overall mental health and quality of life.

All new Patient Appointments – 60 minutes
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Cost : $120
Follow-up Appointments for Counseling – 45 minutes
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Cost : $60
Follow-up appointments for Cognitive Behavioral therapy – 45 minutes
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Follow-up appointments for Anxiety medication refills – 15 minutes
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Cost : $60
Follow-up appointments for Depression medication refills – 15 minutes
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Cost : $60

Follow-up appointments for Panic Disorder medication refills – 15 minutes

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Cost : $60

Initial visit appointments for CBT for PTSD (POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER) – 60 minutes

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Cost : $120

Follow-up visit for CBT for PTSD (POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER) – 45 minutes

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Cost : $60

Initial visit for LIFE COACH – 60 minutes

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Cost : $120
Follow-up visit for LIFE COACH – 45 minutes
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Cost : $60

A no-show fee of $25 will be charged for missed appointments, without a 24 hour notification of cancellation.

Cost Structure

Better Days Telepsychiatry and Faith-Based Counseling is a fee-for-service practice offering telemedicine visits. We Do NOT accept insurance, so that we can provide more care at an affordable cost to more clients. Payment will be collected prior to service.

During the initial visit, a comprehensive evaluation will be obtained, in order to render a diagnosis. A personalized treatment plan will be developed based on your individual needs.

Follow up appointments are part of an on-going process, for the management of care and/or refill or adjust mediation. These appointments also allow the provider to track your progress, monitor changes, and improve your care as necessary.

Note: The visits are either counseling or medication management for the listed conditions. If during your counseling session, it determined that you need medication, you will need to make another appointment for medication` management.Forms of Payment: We accept: Debit cards, Credit cards, and Zelle