Talk to a certified life coach.
With over 15 years of counseling experience, …..
a period of discussion and practical work on a particular subject, in which a group of people share their knowledge and experience 研討會；講習班
Chelsea & Chip
What is a life coach?
A life coach is a trained specialist who works with people that want to improve their lives in specific ways.
How are life coaches different from therapists?
A life coach focuses on the present and moves forward by helping clients identify their goals, aspirations and dreams. The idea behind coaching is that there is nothing wrong with the client but that the client desires an even better life. Coaching has a broad focus and looks at one’s entire life: health, relationships, career, spirituality and how they all fit together.
In therapy the assumption is that there is something wrong that prevents a person from functioning normally. Therapy focuses on healing and correcting past problematic behavior. In therapy, you look back to determine what brought you to a place of disorder in your life.
Why do people go to life coaches?
There are many reasons people go to life coaches. Many clients want to change their occupation, find healthy relationships, deal with stress or deepen their self-understanding. (understand oneself)
Ken & Ashley
An abbreviation for Master of Arts, graduate degree
Ph.D., M.A., J.D., M.D.
Doctor of Philosophy 哲學博士
Juris Doctor 法律博士
C.P.A. [Certified[ˈsəːtiˌfaid] Public Accountant] 註冊會計師
M.D. [Medical Doctor] 醫學博士
bachelor /ˈbætʃələ(r)/ of Arts degree 學士學位
therapist (n) 治療師
Cindy is an experienced physical therapist.
a speech therapist 語言治療師
Susie attended the group therapy session this morning.
aspiration (n) 抱負;渴望達到的目的
He has strong political /pəˈlɪtɪkl/ aspirations.
Her aspirations to become a writer slowly faded after she got married.
disorder 失秩;失調;混亂, 無秩序
The company was in a state of disorder after they
announced the bankruptcy. /ˈbæŋkrʌptsi/
She suffers from an eating disorder.