FAQs - Personal/Life Coaching

How long does it take?

Where will your coaching take place?

What other contact should I expect outside our sessions?

If I decide to go ahead with personal or life coaching, what happens next?

What are your terms and conditions and cancellation policy?

What about confidentiality?

Is coaching counselling or therapy?

What is your coaching model?

What approaches do you use?

What sort of issues and topics are covered by your coaching?

How long does it take?

An initial programme will generally take between three and six months with meetings on a fortnightly or monthly basis although some clients prefer weekly sessions. Coaching is not a quick fix and many clients will opt for a further programme after completing their first six sessions. It’s up to you to decide what suits you best. Each session lasts approximately 90 minutes.

Where will your coaching take place?

Usually at my practice in Stoke Newington, North London, Telephone coaching is also available.

What other contact should I expect outside our sessions?

I am in touch with my clients by email through the course of the programme as and when required.

If I decide to go ahead with personal or life coaching, what happens next?

Once you have decided you would like some personal coaching, I will offer you an hour long introductory session. This can take place face to face at my practice or on the telephone if you prefer. It’s a good opportunity for you to discover how coaching can work for you and to meet me in person. Whatever the issue or objective you have, talking to a professional who can give you objective feedback and clarify your goals, will help improve your life and your work. My practice is based in Stoke Newington, North London.

The next steps are:

What are your terms and conditions and cancellation policy:

What about confidentiality?

Is coaching counselling or therapy?

What is your coaching model?

My focus is on self awareness, developing emotional intelligence and helping you fulfil your potential, promoting personal development and overcoming obstacles by changing behavioural patterns. This takes place within an agreed time frame with a clear set of objectives. It’s a goal oriented approach tailored to suit busy people with busy lives.

What approaches do you use?

I draw on various techniques, including CBT (cognitive behavioural training) and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) and EI (emotional intelligence models). I use several models (including G.R.O.W.) For setting and achieving goals.

What sort of issues and topics are covered by your coaching?

Here are some of the areas I’ve tackled as a coach:

 

FAQs - life
Carole-Deighton-professional development coach London
Strapline

E-mail me: coach@caroledeighton.com