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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, a life coach can engage remotely with people to help improve the areas of their life in transition. This enables engagement without leaving one’s home and especially helpful for caregivers and disabled individuals. As a remote life coach, you can interact with a professional by phone or video chat.
Life coaches are not psychologist and do not provide clinical diagnosis or medication. Instead, a life coach is a professional who asks questions that focus on the present and helps the individual create a future that a person hopes to achieve. A good life coach will not tell clients what to do or prescribe specific courses of action.
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