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The average price of Life Coaches in Wisconsin is $79 per session

Compared to a national average of $99

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Jackie Schwabe


‘20 Certificate of Excellence

I am an International Coaching Federation (ICF) PCC certified coach, HCI certified health coach, HCI certified life coach, and a certified DISC + Values assessor. I work with people who feel buried by stress and feel like they can’t take a breath. I help them slow down, breathe deeply, and identify small steps so they can experience more joy, resilience and ease. We look forward to meeting you. Check out my website at www.jackieschwabe.com to learn a little more about how we might work together.

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What do you love most about your job?

I spent 20 years in healthcare IT in the software integration space. While connecting the over 2,000 systems together in my career was rewarding, it wasn't making the directly impact that I wanted to make on the world. As a parent of four children, one with special needs, I found I wanted to help others find the balance that I was able to find so they could enjoy both work and home life. What I love the most about my job is the ability to help others find the greatness within themselves. Everyone is destined to be great, they just haven't had the right coach to guide them on their path to greatness.

What inspired you to start your own business?

In 2013 I thought my life fell apart. I worked 60 or more hours a week. I was expecting my fourth child. Then I found out my daughter had an autism diagnosis. I lost my job. My Mom nearly died. Both of my dogs died, and I just hit rock bottom. I had to find a way out of the hole I was in and still earn a living, take care of my children, be at home for therapy every day for my daughter, and somehow still take care of myself. I was able to start a software business called MindLight that creates software for family caregivers, but I wanted to also help more directly. So in addition to my software development company, I started my coaching business after getting all kinds of certifications to make sure I was qualified to help others.

Why should our clients choose you?

Clients should work with someone they know, like, and trust. If we meet and we have a good rapport, then they should choose me. If we meet and it isn't a good fit, then I am happy to help refer them to someone that might be a better fit. Clients should work with me if they want to do the work to get the life they desire. I cannot do it for them, I can only help them guide the way to their own greatness.

Clients should always select someone that gives them a fair price for an exceptional service. I feel that I provide a high level of value to my clients and if they feel the same way, we should work together.

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Your professional life coach will be able to advise you on the full range of coaching available and will be able to help you select the best one to suit your needs. They will also be able to answer any questions you may have. Use Bark to get free quotes and find a trusted life coach today.

You can have as many or as few life coaching sessions as you like. Many life coaches operate over the phone or via the internet so the sessions can easily fit around your schedule. Some people hire a life coach once every few months, some people have a session once a week.

Life coaching sessions will typically last up to an hour. Often after an initial assessment, sessions can be conducted over the phone, face to face, over email, via Skype/Zoom and occasionally through instant messaging.

During the session, your life coach will ask you a number of questions, such as what you want to achieve in life, what areas you're unhappy with and where you'd like to see yourself in the future. Although a life coach will work with you, it’s often up to you to challenge or reflect upon certain ideas you have to help you move forward with your life. You will never be forced to make any decisions you don't feel comfortable with and all sessions will be confidential.

Life coaching is focused on your present and your future. Coaching accepts your current reality and looks to improve your outcome moving forward. Life coaches are not health professionals and they do not diagnose you. By contrast, therapy focuses on your past and looks to delve into past actions and patterns. It is analytical but not action-oriented.

Most mainstream health insurance providers do not cover the costs of life coaching because it is not considered a mental health profession in the same way therapists and counsellors are.

Life coaches do not need to have any formal or academic qualifications but you may want to look for life coaches who possess an industry-specific qualification, such as the Life Coaching Diploma or Personal Performance Diploma (PPD).

You may also want to ask for testimonials of their recent work. You could also look at their profile page on Bark, which shows you reviews from past customers who have used their life coaching services.

A life coach is a trained professional who aims to help and guide individuals to make, meet and exceed 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 and achieving life ambitions.

By harnessing 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.

Life coaches can specialise in one of these particular areas of coaching: career coaching, executive business, group coaching, health and wellbeing, performance management, personal development, relationships, retirement, spiritual and youth coaching.

Rapport is one of the most important parts of life coaching. If you feel uncomfortable with your professional, you are unlikely to gain much from the session. It is advisable to get in contact before you book a session to meet your life coach so you can gauge how comfortable you are in their presence. It is worth talking to a few potential life coaches and ask questions.

Yes! As long as you have a strong internet connection, then your life coach can deliver sessions via an online video chat platform. Alternatively, it can be done over the phone.

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