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Life Coaching Package


In order to develop a theoretical foundation and evidenced-based approach to coaching families, there must first be a conceptualization and discussion of family life coaching. In this regard coaching individuals, couples and families has long been an informal methodology used in family practice, illustrating the need for family life coaching to be a part of the national conversation of family life and coaching psychology (Allen, 2013).

In its broadest definition, FLE (family life education) is a process where a professional provides skills and knowledge that helps families function at their optimum level (National Council on Family Relations, 2009). In essence the professionally trained life coach aims to empower individuals, couples, and families improve their relationship building and conflict resolution skills with a view of achieving positive change.

During this journey, you will learn to:
  • Recognize the characteristics and dynamics that affect life purpose
  • Encourage an environment that drives positive and healthy relationships
  • Effectively drive and manage change
  • Apply the principles of respectful communication
  • Collaborate to solve diverse family and social problems
  • Create a plan to reduce  communication  barriers and family dysfunction
  • Taught the complexities of family and individual social contexts
  • Develop and improve parenting skills and practices
  • Develop the  skills necessary to achieve optimum financial stewardship
  • Acquire some basic understanding of human growth and development
  • Improve influence and collaboration negotiation skills
  • Develop a framework for avoiding individual decision traps and improving collective decisions
  • Become more aware of one's feelings, thinking, and action responses
  • Co-creatively find solutions to many day-to-day life challenges in varying contexts

Who Should Attend the L.E.A.P.S. Life Coaching Journey?

Life coaching is designed for persons from all walks of life who lack wholesome fulfillment in their daily lives. These individual recognize that there is a call to action, but know that they need professional help to move from where they are to where they desire to be.

These persons are seeking a comfortable and safe environment where they are free to discuss their life challenges in a non-threatening environment with someone whom they perceive has the necessary skills, knowledge, competencies, and character to partner with them in discovering their hidden gifts, talents, and abilities. These individuals are willing to be held accountable as they purposefully strive to achieve individual purpose and destiny


The L.E.A.P.S. Life Coaching Journey Value Proposition

This L.E.A.P.S Life Coaching journey is was developed to help clients and participants build more productive and purposeful lives. Individuals are encouraged to take ownership for change in their personal lives and to be held accountable as they do so. The L.E.A.P.S. model to Life Coaching embraces both coaching and positive psychology. At its corpus, authentic life coaching adheres to certain principles, which include but are not limited to, the facilitation of experiential learning, the improvement of personal functioning and performance, and the employment of a goal-oriented approach.

These principles are adhered to in the L.E.A.P.S. model. In addition, there are some underlying assumptions namely: that people have an innate capacity to grow and develop, a focus on mutually agreed upon goals and an understanding that the relationship is relatively equal and collaborative (Whitworth, Kimsey-House, & Sandahl, 1998). Coaching is not psychotherapy, although coaching and psychotherapy may occasionally look similar to the uninitiated. In fact, "coaching clients are traditionally high-functioning individuals and relatively free of psychopathology (Biswas-Diener, 2009)