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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between life coaching and therapy?

The primary difference between life coaching and therapy is the focus of the work.  While therapy seeks to improve mental and emotional health by understanding patterns in behavior, often by delving into one's past and interpersonal relationships,  life coaching is focused on setting forward-thinking goals and building the self-awareness and path forward to achieve them.  While therapy is often a longer-term commitment, life coaching quickly empowers you with the tools to set and reach attainable goals .

How long are your sessions?

Sessions are 60 minutes long. 

How frequent are your life coaching sessions?

At the start of our work together, both life coaching and personal training sessions are once a week, with a minimum of 12 weeks to start.  If there is a need or desire for continued sessions, together we can define define a suitable frequency and cadence. 

Are you life coaching sessions in-person or virtual?

Sessions are held virtually via Zoom.  I will provide you with a secure link to utilize for our sessions. 

Are your personal training sessions in-person or virtual?

Personal training sessions can be held virtually or in person, based on your preferences.

What type of clients do you work with?

My services - both coaching and training - are catered to women in their 30s and 40s. 

What payments do you accept?

I accept payments via Venmo, Zelle, and PayPal.

What is your cancellation policy?

I require you to cancel at least 24 hours prior to session.  If you don’t, you are subject to be charged the full session fee.

Are life coaches licensed mental-health practitioners?

Life coaches are certified in health and wellness. They are not equipped to diagnose or treat mental health conditions.  

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