1) What is Life Coaching?
Milind Sawant life coaching is a training institute who's motto is to help and guide individuals to make, meet and exceed their personal and professional goals. They support clients on a journey to rediscover their own strength and abilities: this can include excelling in the workplace, becoming happy and fulfilled at home, exploring your potential, managing health conditions such as ADHD and achieving life ambitions.
By implementing Unique techniques based on core psychological principles and intuition, life coaches empower clients and provide a toolkit of teachings to confidently face difficult challenges and overcome emotional barriers.
A life coach won’t tell you what to do (chances are you already know the answer!) but what they will do is provide an objective and empowering environment, rather than instruction or indoctrination.
2) What is NLP?
The Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is thought to be the most effective and accessible self-help methods to come from modern psychology. There are numerous life coaches use NLP techniques to assist 'reprogramme clients' patterns of thinking and behaving. NLP works on the basis of assessing a client's perception of the world and adapting our behaviour and reactions to enable us to live a happy, desired life.
3) How is life coaching different from counselling?
A Milind Sawant's Life coaching focuses more so on the client in the here and now and conducts sessions with the future as the central point to encourage personal development and self-improvement. Counselling is a form of talking therapy associated with again assessing the individual in the here and now, but working to determine past events that have contributed to their client’s current struggles. A counsellor will develop coping mechanisms and strategies for the client to move forward with their life.
The main difference between counselling and life coaching is that counselling can investigate the underlying causes of mental health problems.
we are not (unless specified) qualified to diagnose or treat any health-related problems, although if the situation arises we may suggest you see a GP.