Life Coaching Vs Counselling
At some point, it’s highly likely that you’ll suddenly feel a little lost, stuck in a rut, unsure where to turn and what direction your life is going in.
This is hugely common and not something to be overly concerned about - as long as you take action to address how you’re feeling. If you don’t, it will only snowball and your feelings of dissatisfaction will only grow and grow, threatening to overwhelm you if you’re not careful.
There are various avenues you could consider to help you get back on track and take greater control over the direction of your life. Counselling is one such option you could consider, but what you may find more effective is speaking to a personal life coach, as this can really help drive all sorts of positive change in all areas of your life.
Counselling is, of course, a highly valuable course of action but it is typically more reparative in nature, while coaching is more about change and personal development - which could be the more effective strategy if you do feel as though you’ve hit a bump in the road.
People often turn to life coaches to help with their jobs, resolve any feelings of stress they may be experiencing, relationship problems, self-awareness and so on.
The overall aim is to make change happen in whatever guise is necessary, but the first step is to find out what exactly it is that’s holding you back from reaching your full potential. If you’d like to take that first step this year, get in touch with us today.
Want to find out more about coaching, counselling and the benefits of both? Have a read of this useful article on the Positive Psychology website.