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What is life coaching?

Nobody ever said life would be easy. Life constantly throws battles our way, and many of these challenges can often be personal and psychological, and ingrained within us. You may find you suffer from a lack of self-confidence or a lack of self-discipline, or you may be experiencing those difficult “life crises”, such as those faced in early adulthood or around midlife.

Life coaching is a form of coaching or focused help, in which a qualified expert enables you to reach specific goals through structured conversations. A skilled coach uses a combination of observation, questioning, listening and feedback to create a dialogue rich in insight and learning.

Why would I want a life coach?

You may decide to enlist a coach because you want to improve your lifestyle, overcome relationship issues, or achieve focus and boost confidence. You may want to learn new ways of thinking and approaching situations, in order to get better results. Common goals might be to become more organised and effective at work or relating to other people more effectively.

At Vie Aesthetics, we are proud to offer one-to-one sessions with our qualified, International Coaching Federation (ICF)-certified life coach. Some common areas we can help you with include:

  • Lack of self-confidence
  • Lack of direction
  • Life crisis (early adulthood, midlife crisis)
  • Careers advice (A-level students)
  • Procrastination
  • Weight management
  • Relationships – Communication

Benefits of our life coaching sessions include:

  • Achieving specific/personal goals
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Career progression
  • Self-awareness
  • Work- life balance
  • Clarity of where you want to go and how to get there
  • Feeling of accomplishment

How does it work?

Life coaching sessions are based on a structured dialogue between the coach and you, the coachee. By discussing the issues at hand, the coach helps you to overcome blockages and self-sabotage while at the same challenging you to make a plan towards your goals. (Note: You can see more about “goals” under Further Information at the bottom of this page).

A great coach facilitates a process of enquiry and discussion by active listening, challenging, and offering observation and feedback. You can then gain more clarity about your situation, which enables you to progress towards your goals. It is more effective to help someone gain their own insights into a situation than it is to tell them what they should do or think.

Note that life coaching is a gradual process in which insights and learning emerge as much between coaching sessions as they do in them. You will experience a focus and attention on your own circumstances that help you develop greater awareness and understanding. In addition, you will learn fresh ways to resolve issues, produce better results, and achieve your goals more effectively.

Some of the benefits of life coaching sessions include:

  • Improved sense of direction and focus
  • Increased knowledge of self/self-awareness
  • Improved ability to relate to and influence others
  • Improved personal effectiveness, e.g. focused effort
  • Increased motivation
  • Increased resourcefulness/resilience, e.g. ability to handle change.

How many sessions are needed?

Individual life coaching sessions tend to last approximately 45 minutes. However, the total number of sessions you will need depends on the coachee and the time required to attain the goal at hand. Prior to embarking on any course, we will discuss with you your situation, your concerns and hopes, and what you hope to achieve in your initial consultation.

Models that are commonly used for life coaching are:
GROW (Goal; Reality; Options; Will)
SMART (Specific; Measurable; Achievable; Realistic; Timely)
AI (Appreciative Inquiry)

Our certification

As a practitioner of life coaching, we are proud to be certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).

ICF is the leading global organisation dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high standards, providing independent certification, and building a worldwide network of trained coaching professionals. As the world’s largest organisation of professionally trained coaches, ICF confers instant credibility upon its members. ICF is also committed to connecting member coaches with the tools and resources they need to succeed in their careers.

ICF offers the only globally recognised, independent credentialing program for coach practitioners. ICF Credentials are awarded to professional coaches who have met stringent education and experience requirements and have demonstrated a thorough understanding of the coaching competencies that set the standard in the profession. Achieving credentials through ICF signifies a coach’s commitment to integrity, understanding, and mastery of coaching skills, and dedication to clients.

ICF also accredits programs that deliver coach-specific training. ICF-accredited training programs must complete a rigorous review process and demonstrate that their curriculum aligns with the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics.

About our Life Coach

Our life coaching sessions are undertaken by Anna Maria Kesanli.

“I have always been passionate about psychology and understanding human behaviour. I graduated from Goldsmiths University, obtaining a 2:1 in BSc Psychology (Hons). Following my bachelor’s degree, I completed my postgraduate studies at City University, graduating from MSc in Organisational and Occupational Psychology with Merit.

During my postgraduate studies, I was particularly interested in employee well-being thus conducting my thesis on “burnout”. Characterised as a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalisation and reduced personal accomplishment, burnout affects both the individual and organisations (Maslach, 1982). I also became interested in life coaching and leadership coaching. After my graduation, I obtained a diploma in Life Coaching (ICF – certified) and I am currently training in counselling.

My passion is observing human behaviour and cognitions. Through active listening and support, one can reach their ideal self and unlock their potential to self-actualisation. A universal need for all, regardless of their socio-economic status and their background. Everyone can benefit from coaching and counselling as they become more self-aware and are relieved from false cognitions and external pressure.”

What do I do now?

If you are interested in our life coaching sessions, please call us on 01268 778 615 or 07899 673578 for more information, email us an enquiry, or use the button to book your initial consultation below.

We also offer interest free finance on treatments above £280 and on selected packages.

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What are goals in Life Coaching?

Life coaching is strongly connected to goal setting. The term “goal”, however, can have a negative connotation to some, implying that it is task or a duty; something that needs to be done. In life coaching, the term goal refers to personal aspiration in order to reach one’s potential and ideal self.

Working on the principles of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs, based on Social Psychology terms, such as self-efficacy, which, according to psychologist Albert Bandura, refers to a personal judgment of “how well one can execute courses of action required to deal with prospective situations”. Coaches and coachees work together to reach one’s potential and eventually reach self-actualisation. Maslow defined selfactualisation to be “the desire for self-fulfilment, namely the tendency for him [the individual] to become actualised in what he is potentially. This tendency might be phrased as the desire to become more and more what one is, to become everything that one is capable of becoming.”

Please note that results vary from person to person due to lifestyle, external and internal factors, and genetic predispositions.

Vie Aesthetics Clinics
London

2 Harley Street,
Marylebone,
London,
W1G 9PA, UK

Rayleigh

78 London Hill Road,
Rayleigh,
Essex,
SS6 7HP

Germany

Marktgasse 5,
71332 Waiblingen,
Germany

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