A life coach is someone who helps you understand and solve your personal issues, identify what it is that you really want and how to get there.
A psychologist is a healthcare professional.
Of course it also depends on the coach/therapist, but usually a life coach is more action-oriented and a therapist is more analytical. Even in life coaching it can be valuable to look at the past for some important insights. This will then be used to manage the present better.
In some cases, I refer my clients to a psychologist. For example: If you have a severe depression or Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) and you might benefit from medication.
This is a term used to describe several different symptoms that can arise after a woman had a baby. Symptoms vary from anxiety, extreme sadness and depression, lots of crying, feeling alone and guilty, to mood swings and sleeping problems. You might recognize all of these symptoms or only some of them. It’s important to know that you are not alone with this and that you can get help. Counselling and sometimes medication can make you feel better again.
Currently there is no waiting list.
You are the only one who can deliver the results, but I can guarantee that I will give you all the insights and necessary tools to make those results possible. Read what clients said about me here.
No, the Dutch health insurance system does not cover the costs of the coaching sessions. Sometimes your employer does though!
Should you decide that you want to come back after finishing 5 sessions, whether that’s right away or later in time, you are welcome for one or more individual sessions at a discounted price.
Why a package? If you really want to change something in your life and you want lasting results you will need approximately 5 sessions. Achieving this in one or two individual sessions only is not realistic.