Influential Pillar Faq’s

Although a coach cannot promise that you will make more money or lose 50 lbs (for obvious reasons), coaching is not like therapy. You should see tangible benefits within just a few sessions. Take advantage of the free initial session and remember that you have a full money-back guarantee on the first two paid sessions.

It depends on your challenge(s). I recommend a mental commitment for at least 3 months of coaching. Although you should see progress and value in every session, it takes time to make significant life changes and build new habits.

Generally speaking, if you’re mentally stable and functional you are a good coaching candidate. The initial free session will be used to evaluate your suitability as a paid coaching client.

Fortnightly coaching sessions are ideal because you have enough time to complete assignments between sessions, but the sessions are not spaced out so much that you lose track of our work. I generally do not work with clients who cannot commit to 1 session per fortnightly.

No, but I am happy to coach one of the couples on relationship issues.

Yes, I generally coach clients 16+

Sure, if it is recommended by your therapist, and I see that you will benefit from coaching.

I accept Bank Transfer/Online payments using any major credit card.

Excluding the free initial session, all payment for coaching sessions must be made prior to the session taking place.

No. Very few, if any, insurance policies cover coaching.

Although I am not a qualified Mentor Coach, I’m happy to work with coaches on non-coaching issues. I am not interested in teaching coaches how to coach. There are many excellent programs for that.

Yes, but please respect my time and tell me as soon as possible in advance.

I understand that life can be hectic sometimes. I do not charge for a missed session but if you are consistently missing sessions you run the risk of being dropped as a client.

Coaching is not about policing or punishment. Failure to complete an assignment shows a deeper problem at work. This a great opportunity for us to explore your motivations and priorities.