The average pay for a Life Coach with Counseling skills is $87.50 per hour.
The average pay for a Life Coach with Counseling skills is $51,923 per year.
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Job Description for Life Coach
Life coaches are generally required to be knowledgeable of a variety of health and wellness topics, such as proper nutrition, exercise regimens, and other activities which contribute to leading a healthy lifestyle. They may work with people of all ages, and some work primarily with students while others work with older adults.Read More...
The main responsibility of a life coach is to help people who want to lead healthier lifestyles and improve both their physical and psychological well-being. Life coaches may work in schools, gyms, and even hospitals. They almost always work indoors, but may occasionally work outdoors for certain exercising regimens. Some life coaches may travel directly to clients' homes to work with them in their own personal space. They may or may not work with other life coaches to assist people that are struggling with weight or other health problems, as well.
Educational requirements are not strict for this position. A high school diploma may be a minimum requirement, and some employers may require an associate's or bachelor's degree. Prior experience in some form may also be a qualification, generally one year or more. Depending on the employer, life coaches may work a range of schedules; those who work at schools may work during school hours, while those employed at hospitals may work at any time of day or night. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Interview clients and determine coaching needs and individual goals.
- Utilize best practices like behavioral and cognitive therapy to work with clients.
- Document all interactions and recommendations, including skill assessments.
- Research and identify certificates, courses, exercise programs and other tools.
- Identify, explain and train clients in strategies to reach their goals.
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