What is “Coaching”?

Life coaching is all about helping you identify the things that you want to achieve and then supporting and guiding you in the journey. Coaching focuses on bringing out the resources and brilliance that’s already within you, hence it is so powerful and life changing!

How is coaching different from counseling?

Traditionally, therapy is focused on addressing specific psychological needs, often a result of a physical or mental illness stemming from a past event. While these issues may be identified as part of the coaching process, the coaching is designed to focus on the future, and what you want to achieve. So, while coaching can be a very therapeutic experience for some, life coaches are not required to be trained psychologists, psychiatrists or professional counselors.

How are sessions provided?

Excellent question! Coaching sessions are provided by phone or in person.  Phone or Skype sessions help to remove location barriers if needed. Each session is 45 to 60 minutes with the exception of the initial session which is used to identify your needs and goals, which takes about 60 to 90 minutes. Coaching is provided two to four times per month.

Email communication is welcomed in between sessions for follow up. Due to service volume please allow 48 hours for an email response. 

How long does it take?

Because coaching is tailored to a specific person, and the goals that person has in mind, there’s no pre-defined period of time for life coaching. Sometimes incredible progress is made in mere minutes, but most it’s common for the coaching relationship to span several sessions over a period of weeks or months.

What can I expect?

With the Enrich coach you can expect to experience life changing "homework", realistic goal setting, learn to acknowledge "small" successes and employ mindfulness & self acceptance strategies. Ms Caldwell often uses her "gut intuition" combined with her wisdom and skill to offer you the best tailored coaching experience for your needs. 

Is Life Coaching confidential?

The life coaching process is confidential, and everything that you share, as well as any of your personal information, is always held in the strictest of confidence.  However, our discussions are not legally “privileged”, as discussions with your lawyer, therapist, or clergy-member might be. Aside from that legal distinction, I treat all  client data and discussion as strictly private.