“Life Coaching for Youth In or Leaving Juvenile Residential Programs” <br />Benefits of Youth Coaching:<br />Better decisi...
 </li></ul>Who can benefit from Youth Life Coaching?<br />    Youths between the ages of 11 and 19<br />    Youths that is...
Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs
Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs
Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs
Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs
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Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs

  1. 1. “Life Coaching for Youth In or Leaving Juvenile Residential Programs” <br />Benefits of Youth Coaching:<br />Better decision-making<br />Positive self-esteem and self-confidence<br />Learn positive outlets for emotions<br />Learn good Communication skills<br />Better focus and concentration skills<br />Learn to take responsibility for own words and actions<br />Understand the impact that their own decisions can have on the outcome of their dreams and development<br />Coaching Plan:<br />. Assessments- history, questioners, and the life planning workbook <br />. Calculate a plan base on information provided<br />. Work the plan through one on one and or group sessions <br /> Youth: Individual and Group Coaching<br /> • Self – development  • Self – esteem  • Communication skills  • Personal Life skills  • Peer Relations  • Goal Setting  • Confidence Training <br /> Common Youth Coaching Issues May Include:<br />Perfectionism<br />Low Motivation<br />Little or no sense of identity<br />Inability to relate to others<br />Fear and avoiding change<br />Avoids or takes on too much responsibility<br />Mild anxiety or depression<br />Issues with friends or family members<br />Low self-esteem<br />Time Management (balancing school work with extra-curricular time)<br /><ul><li>Coaching in no way is meant to replace parenting, but rather to serve as a trained support for the youth client.Parenting together with youth coaching can help to build and maintain a positive self-esteem and confidence for the youth. 
  2. 2.  </li></ul>Who can benefit from Youth Life Coaching?<br /> Youths between the ages of 11 and 19<br /> Youths that is having social problems<br /> Youths who are overweight<br />Youths who have poor self esteem or confidence<br /> Youths who have no direction in life<br /> Youths who are just not motivated to do much of anything?<br /> Youths who want to have clearer insight of their goals in life<br /> Youths who want to learn how to set goals and achieve them<br />Youths who can't figure out what they want to do in life<br />Youths who are fearful of change<br />Youths of single parents who need to have a mentor<br />Youths who are heading for trouble<br />Youths who are very goal orientated and are eager to succeed in life<br /> Our purpose is to motivate and inspire young adolescents and teens who <br /> may need a little extra guidance, help and motivation.<br />How is coaching different from consulting?A consultant is an outside expert hired to find solutions for specific problems. A coach considers the client an expert and merely helps clients to discover their own resources and to create a better future as a result. How is coaching different from counseling?Counseling centers on the client's past experiences and how they impact the client's current life. Coaching focuses what exists now, and moving forward in life-affirming ways. How is coaching different from friendship?Friends try to fix things, offering opinions and advice. Without realizing it, they come from a place of judgment, which is disempowering. Coaching creates a safe space for clients to explore who they are without anyone " shoulding" on them.<br />Coaching Service Options & Fees In office coaching: $75.00/per Month 3 to 6 month coaching commitment is recommended. All coaching includes the following: • 1 hour personal coaching session weekly or biweekly. • Periodic email support as needed between coaching sessions • Access to coaching resources and more. • Designed for busy youth and parents who want support via phone, face-to-face, or Skype. Visiting a residential facility coaching : <br />$50.00/per Month for session (telecasts or face-to-face) Group coaching consists of 4-10 members and covers a variety of topics. Group members agree to a 6-12 month commitment for optimal success. Fees: • Fees are paid by Paypal (Paypal or Credit Card), Cash, or Check. • Fees are to be paid at the beginning of each session <br />Request a sign up form thru our comment section . <br />

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