Life Coaching for Teens and Students
Helping students thrive and develop positive life skills
What is Academic Life Coaching?
The Academic Life Coaching Program is designed to help students thrive and develop positive life skills. The program is comprised of methods and concepts delivered by a trained and certified Life Coach. Academic Life Coaching goes beyond youth mentoring or counseling by helping students understand how best to learn at school, be proactive, and exercise personal leadership. The skills that teens learn in the present have an exponential impact on their future. Learning these skills helps students avoid common pitfalls and can drastically influence the upward trajectory of personal fulfillment and success. Learn more about what life coaching is and how it can help your student here.
Learning and Motivation Styles
In the first segment, the Academic Life Coaching Program addresses the skills necessary to build a foundation for academic success. Students discover their learning style and go through exercises to help them cultivate emotional intelligence and useful study skills. Students gain confidence, and work on improving habits and memory. Students will also work to improve organization and create improved systems to handle stress, grades, and the college application process.
Core Life Coaching Skills
Learning how to take sustainable steps towards goals, identifying and changing perspectives, and aligning values with action all comprise the second part of the of the program. The Core Life Coaching skills section specifically trains students in the life coaching core skill set, as set out by the International Coach Federation.
Personal Leadership and Powerful Communication
The final segment of the program trains students in personal leadership and powerful communication skills. Students are coached through a process of formulating effective mission statements and designing personal leadership projects. By creating opportunities to step into leadership roles, they can effect positive change in their own peer groups, classrooms, families, and communities. For students who are thinking about he college application process, or who have already started it, this part of the program is extremely useful.