Why a Life Coach?

True healing from any kind of trauma or bad circumstance/situation takes not only time and energy but also, a good Tribe of people.   Your Tribe is an unbiased support system that remains completely neutral as they don’t intimately know the parties involved.  You may feel your friends or your family can do the job, but actually they can cause more damage than do good because they have a vested interest – whereas a neutral third party like a therapist or Life Coach can look at things from all sides without forming judgement.

A Life Coach does not replace a therapist.  In fact a life coach can work in tandem with a therapist, helping you work through the day to day decisions, help you to make good choices and focus on the solution not the issues.  Nothing can replace a therapist, and in my mind everyone needs some form of therapy just like I believe everyone needs a Life Coach.  Healing, becoming your Best You takes work and just like it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a Tribe to heal and live your Highest Self.

Life Coaches are for all stages of life, not just trauma or healing.  They are there for you to help guide you through life decisions such as job changes, marriage, divorce, moving, dealing with family, etc.  Having a Life Coach is a healthy approach to navigating through life’s stresses.

If you are interested in a free consultation in person or over phone please contact us.  I look forward to working with you.


– I am balanced – I am grounded – I am safe – I am loved –



6 thoughts on “Why a Life Coach?

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  2. Hi Avesha, just wanted to connect as I am a Life Coach too and always nice to meet fellow coaches! I have a poetry blog here on WordPress in case you have time to look? Greetings from Switzerland! Sam 🙂


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