A Life Coach for Kids or Teens? Yes! Life Coaching (or Behavior Coaching) is great for a child, teen, parent and/or family who wants to focus on behavioral, academic or social goals. Interventions may help to build confidence, increase effective communication skills or improve problem-solving abilities.
Coaching is less formal and more future-focused than therapy. A FCCS Coach can help your child, teen or family learn how to... - improve relationships - increase motivation - gain coping skills - increase resiliency - contribute and cooperate together - feel a sense of belonging - foster a sense of independence - adopt new habits for success - choose friends wisely - increase feelings of confidence and competence - improve ability to self-monitor - use language to facilitate change - be more self-aware
Life coaching isn't for someone who has experienced a recent trauma or who is suffering with a diagnosable mental health condition. Find out about our therapy services here.
FCCS Life Coaches are trained in various aspects of psychology, motivation, child development, communication, personal strengths, and behavioral interventions, and are supervised by a licensed mental health provider. Life Coaching is not therapy.
If you think you or someone you love needs a Life Coach, please call.
FCCS is directed by Melinda Haynes, MA, California LMFT 102308. Oklahoma LMFT 1153. North Carolina LMFT 2143.