PEGGY KNOXPHD, LIFE COACH
Serving Greensboro, North Carolina, and Washington DC
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Our lives are full of change... whether in our careers, our families, our health or our life's direction. Perhaps the change is in our life's focus, wanting to have a life that has more meaning or perhaps one that offers more adventure or more time with family. We face challenging, rewarding, heartbreaking and even life-giving transitions.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Both although most coaching is over the phone.
There is no set limit. It may be twice a month for 3 to 6 months--or longer or shorter.
Definitely. A coaching relationship requires confidentiality and trust.
Insurance does not cover life coaching.
There is no charge for the initial 30 minute meeting. The usual cost is $125 per session with a suggested commitment of two sessions a month for three months. In some instances, the three month commitment is not required.
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It may; however, there are a variety of factors at work. A fairly good analogy is that just as taking a language course may help us speak a new language, our proficiency with this new skill is influenced by several things including the ability and style of the teacher, the content and length of the course and our own facility with languages. US News had an article exploring this very question. It was entitled "Should You Hire A Life Coach?". It was in the Personal Finance section and came out on 2/24/12.
Usually, psychotherapy focuses on how did you get to be who you are and how are early life experiences keeping you from being your best self. Life coaching, in contrast, focuses on how do you now make the most of who you are. It is much more present and future oriented rather than past oriented.
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