Coaching FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to do any type of relationship coaching is right at the beginning of your relationship, or ideally, even before. There is no sense in waiting until things are at their worst before trying to make them better.

Yes, all coaching and coaching inquiries are strictly confidential.

Relationship coaching is a fast, effective means to move your relationship out of a rut, resolve problems and create the happiness, harmony and satisfaction you are looking for.  Coaching acknowledges past experiences but allows you to work in the present moment to achieve a fantastic future for your relationship.

I provide relationship coaching that helps you to improve your relationship with yourself and others. So yes! You can attend to simply work on your relationship with yourself.

Of course! We can have a free consultation face-to-face, over the phone, or remotely through Skype or Zoom, whichever you prefer. There is never any obligation for you to book coaching sessions with me.

You can attend relationship coaching on your own or with any other party concerned. (I.e.: your partner or child) Some clients will start coaching sessions on their own and bring the other person along mid-way through their coaching. You can do that too.

Yes. The hourly rate is greater than coaching alone, but is only nominally higher with another person. (I.e.: your partner or a child.)

You will never be forced to do anything. Coaching will empower you to make better decisions, set the aims and objectives that you desire, and then show you how to achieve those goals for yourself. The direction the coaching sessions take will be totally in your control.

As many or as few as you desire and require. Coaching-based solutions tend to be shorter than counselling programs. Coaching is solution-focused and goal-focused and this contributes to a shorter coaching program than you may expect. The coaching sessions required will be dictated by you, your desires and your unique situation.

"Joel helped me to identify the things that really matter to move forward (both professionally and personally). Though the time we spent together was limited and over a relatively short period of time, the value was immeasurable."
New York, NewYork
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