SAIL Coaching & Consulting, LLC
Frequently Asked Questions
What is life coaching?
Life coaching is another form of support to assist individuals in finding motivation to move forward towards their personal and professional goals. This type of support can lead to greater fulfillment in social life, relationships, independent living, career aspirations, academic pursuits and overall day-to-day living.
Is life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation right for me ?
To be honest, if you’re researching and reading this, the answer is more than likely yes. If you need assistance in clarifying goals, identifying challenges and developing strategies to overcome those challenges–then life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation might be the best fit. Life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation focuses on you, the individual, to achieve long-term change in confidence, resilience and positive thinking.
How is life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation different from therapy?
To be clear, life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation does not replace therapeutic support. Life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation is a component of support systems to complement achieving your desired outcomes. If currently under care, please consult with your therapist or other mental health professional to assist in determining if life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation will assist in reaching your goals. Therapists and other mental health professionals’ primary focus is on treating mental health conditions, working through trauma or other issues impeding daily living while life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation focuses on self-discovery and life purpose. Simply put, therapy emphasis is on mental health and life coaching/psychosocial rehabilitation emphasis is on goal setting and personal growth through accomplishing tasks and milestones. Life coaches and psychosocial rehabilitation specialists (PRS) provide services and create learning opportunities in the home, community and office setting.
What is Psychosocial Rehabilitation?
Psychosocial rehabilitation uses an empowerment model to support and increase day-to-day living for those with a variety of mental disorders or diagnoses that impede independent living. The objective is to develop skills to manage emotional responses, increase cognitive function and foster social skills so individuals can be productive in their work and community while working towards varying levels of independence.
‘Do you accept insurance?
No, unfortunately most health insurance does not cover life coaching at this time. We do accept most major credit cards and cash.
What do you mean by neurodiverse population?
Neurodiverse means neurological differences in thinking and learning among autistic individuals and those diagnosed with ADHD, dyspraxia, dyslexia or other learning differences. In other words, SAIL Coaching & Consulting, LLC welcomes anyone seeking support
Is there a minimum age limit for your services?
Yes, the minimum age for a client is 5 years old. Anyone under 18 years of age must have guardian consent to participate in sessions and a guardian or designee must be available (by phone is sufficient) at all times.
How often do groups meet?
Groups meet the second Saturday of every month. Groups are open to clients, their families or other key members in their support systems (cost is per person to attend). Space is limited so be sure to register as soon as possible.
Do you give refunds?
No, refunds are not given. Appointments will be rescheduled in accordance with contract guidelines (you can review via new client forms).
Are you currently accepting new clients?
While we are not accepting new clients at this time, we highly recommend you request a free 30-minute consultation to secure your spot on our waitlist.
What does on-call rate mean?
On-call rates mean clients are willing to pay a monthly premium in addition to hourly rate for coaches & consultants to be available outside normal business hours (within reason) for on the spot consultation. Additional fees may apply.
How do I schedule an appointment?
You can complete the Free 30-minute consultation form on the home page, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321.610.4939/321.456.6041 to schedule an appointment.