Life coaching for youth in or leaving juvenile residential programs
“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.
</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 "
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 />