Tag: life coaching

Life Coaching and CBT

Life coaching is often about pragmatism and immediate change. Many people seek out life coaches over therapists because psychotherapy, while hugely important for most people, is often more of a sit-back-and-talk approach. Focusing on the past rather than present, and talk over action, therapy helps get to the root of many issues people may develop over the course of their… Read more →

The Principles of NLP

“Most of all, Neuro-Linguistic Programming is about freedom” –Dr. Richard Bandler, co-developer of NLP In a previous post, I briefly touched on what NLP is, how it’s a resource for life coaching practices, and the benefits it’s personally brought me. Neuro-Linguistic Programming applicable in not the life coaching arena, but also is a useful tool for athletes and coaches, those… Read more →

Let’s Talk About NLP – Part 2

For Part 1 of this story, click here.   You see, NLP is so unique in that it both provides tools and skills for the development of individual success–however success may be defined by that person–as well as a way to guide self-discovery, exploring both identity and purpose. “NLP is not only about competence and excellence, it is about wisdom… Read more →

Let’s Talk About NLP – Part 1

I recently had my Life Coaching services website — Support Anger — go live. The site details where my interest in life coaching came from, as well as the methods and ideologies I utilize in my guidance. One of those methods is Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Or NLP, for short. According to Robert B. Dilts, and author, developer, trainer and consultant in… Read more →

Life Coaching Knows No Age

Today, there is a trend of life coaches who are 35 years old or younger. With clients sometimes much older, the question arises of whether this will be appropriate. Jeannine Yoder, 27, is an example of a young professional who fits into this category. She began her life coaching practice initially to fund her acting career, but stepped out of… Read more →