Life Coaching FAQS

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Life Coaching is an energizing process between the two of us. As your coach, I guide you in tapping into your potential. As you awaken your inner strength and talents, I will reinforce your values. You will create a vision for your life by deepening your understanding of where you are now and where you want to be. I can help you define, clarify, and achieve your goals, and live a more fulfilling and productive life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Rowan Wolverton and what are her qualifications?

Her mission is to empower you to enhance energy, enthusiasm, confidence and to sustain motivation as you create and live the satisfying, purposeful life and meaningful life you choose to live. You can more of Rowan’s story here.

Rowan Wolverton is a Certified Life Coach, credentialed through the Erickson Coaching International and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).

Rowan is trained to use assessments and core coaching skills to support you as you unlock your potential; discover and define your life purpose and passions; awaken your inner strengths and resources; enhance your energy and enthusiasm; align your actions with your values, strengths and talents; balance the many facets of your life; identify and develop goals and a strategic plan to achieve your goals to enable you to embrace your life!

Why do people go to a life coach?

You may consider Life Coaching if:

  • you want to make changes in your life;
  • to enhance the quality of your life or relationships;
  • to be happier;
  • to move more smoothly through transitions in your life;
  • to reduce stress;
  • to effectively address challenges related to your work or career;
  • to possibly change jobs or change your career path;
  • to balance the many facets of your life;
  • to manage your time better;
  • to lose weight;
  • to enhance self esteem

A Life Coach supports you as you identify and address the components of your life that are not working for you, and that you want to change!

What is the life coaching process?

The Life Coaching process is based on the premise that YOU are the expert in your life and throughout the Life Coaching Process. The Life Coach engages in a process of non-judgmental listening, inquiry, feedback, and support which allows you to grow, learn, and achieve results quickly. The Life Coaching process is inquiry-oriented rather than advice-oriented or psychotherapeutic. A Life Coach elicits your greatness through careful listening and skillful questioning that triggers answers from you and helps you move forward toward the goals YOU have identified. Throughout the Life Coaching Process, the Life Coach supports you, as you tap into your potential, by focusing on the present and future and drawing from you what’s working and what’s possible. The Life Coaching Process is dynamic, goal oriented, and very exciting!

What is the benefit of having a life coach?

Life Coaching offers you one to one attention from a Life Coach who is committed to you and to your success. Your Life Coach empowers you and provides you support and encouragement as you successfully bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. The benefit of Life Coaching is the result: You are happier because you learn and implement a process that enables you to identify what really matters to you. The result is that you are making the changes you want to make in your life.

How is life coaching different from counseling or therapy?

Where coaching follows the expert model, counseling and therapy follow the medical model.

Tony Robbins explains it well: “Therapists help clients explore and understand their subconscious and unconscious mind. Their goal in this exploration is a deep understanding of behaviors and patterns.

Life coaches focus on an individual’s actions and results. Life coaches measure their client’s success with key performance indicators and specific behavioral outcomes and goals.”

How often and for how long does someone see a life coach?

Usually a coaching session is 45 to 60 minutes in length

A weekly arrangement is common, as is weekly with one week off per month. And, just as with therapy, you can see a life coach for as long as you need to.