Relationship Coaching vs. Relationship Counseling

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“When your life is on course with its purpose, you are the most powerful” - Oprah

  A Personal Life Coach works with individuals to help them accomplish change. Coaching addresses the whole person with particular emphasis on supporting action and further understanding.

  A coach is a trained professional who listens, observes and customizes their approach to individual client needs. They provide an ongoing partnership to help clients fulfill results in their personal and professional lives. Coaches provide the motivational inspiration to enhance the skills, talents and creativity the client already possesses. Direction and guidance is given to help the client live their truest potential for success, happiness and
fulfillment in life.




"The good news is that regardless of your past experiences or present problems in your relationship, the promise of something deeper, richer and lasting is within your grasp" - Anthony Robbins

  As a Relationship Coach my goal is to help individuals, couples, married partners, and families to successfully find and create a healthier, more joyful and rewarding relationship. In contrast to relationship coaching; relationship, couples and marriage counseling focuses on analysis, interpretation and unresolved psychological issues of the past. Relationship Coaching shifts the focus to the present and the emphasis to what is possible by creating a map to help, guide, direct and motivate clients to clarify goals, visions and keep on task with the priorities needed to be changed in the relationship. Relationship Coaching is solution-based, incorporating goal setting, homework assignments, and accountability to stay on track and achieve permanent results to create, share and experience a lasting, more loving, fulfilling and joyful relationship.