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What do life coaches specialize in?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner
The Life Coach specializes in helping a client find the answers from within themselves. A life coach is not a consultant and they are not a therapist. They help people set goals and then hold them accountable so they can reach their potential. Sometimes people just get overwhelmed with the whole process of life. They loose their ability to see the forest for the trees. The professional life coach specializes in helping the individual create a clearing and move forward with authenticity to find their true north.   

Life coaches specialize in helping people explore, develop, and achieve goals. They draw their skills from areas such as sociology, psychology, career counseling, and mentoring. These areas prepare a life coach to implement assessments, teach behavior modification, and assist their clients in setting goals.

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