Contrary to what you might think, life coaching is not a form of therapy, and is not a replacement for mental health or medical treatment. Where therapy and mental health focus on past experiences and repairing / coping with the effects of past trauma, life coaching instead focuses on taking the person you are today and helping that person build a foundation of personal and professional success for the future. Some of the things that you will learn at a deep foundational level by working with me as your life coach in St. Paul include what actually motivates you at the deepest level, what truly makes you happy, and the unique mental paradigm you need to create to make your goals a reality.
Because of the way life coaching is designed, almost anybody can benefit from working with me on a regular basis. I offer my services as a life coach in St. Paul, MN both in person and by phone, email, video chat, etc. My affordable rates, make having a life coach from Personal Advocates available to nearly everyone. In addition to my certification in life coaching, I draw from my own past experiences battling grief, depression, addiction, and divorce to show you that there is rarely a challenge or experience so devastating that it prevents you from achieving everything you want to achieve in life.
If you’ve never worked with a life coach, you may be wondering exactly how the process works or what a session with a life coach looks like. The basic premise is that I, as your personal life coach in St. Paul, will lead you through a series of exercises and interview sessions to help you define exactly what you want out of your personal and / or professional life and then work with you to get you there. I’ll issue “assignments” designed to help you reach your goal(s) one step at a time, and will hold you accountable for completing those assignments.
This system is especially effective for people who feel as if they have trouble focusing on specific goals or who want a support system in place that they can lean on when they feel discouraged. With Personal Advocates, we recommend an initial coaching program of 6 months, covering 12 bi-weekly sessions that typically last for about an hour. Once they realize how effective my coaching sessions are, many clients extend their coaching agreements beyond the initial six months so they can reinforce previous goals and begin working toward new ones.
To learn more about how I can help you as your personal life coach in St. Paul, or to sign up for a complimentary first session, visit me online at PersonalAdvocates.net.