What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?
What would you be willing to try if you knew you had an accountability partner? If you had someone to help you work through the roadblocks to your goals, both internal and external?
Nicole has sought specific and separate training in life coaching in order to provide this kind of help to couples and individuals all across the country.
How is Life Coaching Different from Therapy?
The main difference between coaching and therapy is that coaching is not at all mental health treatment. There is no diagnosis, no dealing with insurance (a double-edged sword, I know) and less focus on healing the past. Coaching is often more present and future focused, and sometimes people even work with both a coach and a therapist.
If I have a mental health condition, can I still be coached?
Absolutely, as long as that condition is being treated appropriately by a qualified health professional and you’re in stable condition. Prologue can certainly provide referrals if needed.
Do you have any coaching credentials?
Yes, Nicole has completed life coach training from the Universal Coach Institute, which has accreditation from the International Coach Federation. While the coaching industry is not technically regulated and therefore doesn’t require credentialing, the ICF is a large organization that helps maintain quality standards for coaches to the extent possible.