Ask About Relationship Coaches

Ken asks…

What requirements are needed for a relationship coach?

I really want to get in the field of relationship/personal coaching and was wondering if anyone knew if there was any special schooling needed, internship, supervised hours, licencing, certification, etc ffor this? How bout for business coaching? also, how much do relationship coaches typicall charge, and their typical salary? Do they work from home, see their clients face-to-face or over the phone? help! thanks,

nikki answers:

Many states have not yet developed parameters, requirements, licenses, etc. for coaching, but you can research online – to see some of the options. However, be aware that all coaching is not created equal. I highly recommend the online university that I attended, which was founded by Dr Ava Cadell — she is very well know in the love, sex and relationship field and she personally has a very impressive education background. All of these things helped me know that her – Loveology University was a great place to study. The content she offers is very detailed and there are a wide number of topics that are discussed in the overall curriculum. This is the link for her Love Coach training – http://www.loveologyuniversity.com/CourseDetails.aspx?CourseID=22&a_aid=litekepr

You should definitely check it out 🙂 I have some information on my site about love/relationship coaching – and you should check out my ebook to get an overview. This is the link to download a copy of my ebook http://myfreeinformationarticles.com/make-it-happen/

Nancy asks…

How to become a personal/relationship COACH?

I really want to get in the field of relationship/personal coaching and was wondering if anyone knew if there was any special schooling needed, internship, supervised hours, licencing, certification, etc ffor this? How bout for business coaching? I got my BA in organizational communication and minor was psychology. also, how much do relationship coaches typically charge, and their typical salary? Do they work from home, see their clients face-to-face or over the phone? help! thanks,

nikki answers:

Check with your state to see what their requirements for a license are. Relationship coaches are like consultants, but with the proper training, they can offer much more in depth information for their clients. Often they charge anywhere from $60-$120 depending on what results are needed and who sends the clients to you. Some work from a business office, but there are a good number who work through phone or online chat – Skype is a great way to work with clients long distance. Many relationship coaches also have specific niches/specialties – depending on the client’s needs, so being able to work long distance is a great way to be sure each client gets the specific help they need. This is also why it is great to network with other coaches.

You asked if there was special schooling needed. You can get coaching training and you can also take it further and pursue therapy or psychology training – but that is not necessary to be a relationship coach. As I mentioned above, I highly recommend the online university that I attended, which was founded by Dr Ava Cadell — she is very well know in the love, sex and relationship field and she personally has a very impressive education background. All of these things helped me know that her – Loveology University was a great place to study. The content she offers is very detailed and there are a wide number of topics that are discussed in the overall curriculum. This is the link for her Love Coach training – http://www.loveologyuniversity.com/CourseDetails.aspx?CourseID=22&a_aid=litekepr.

I have some information on my site about love/relationship coaching – and you should check out my ebook to get an overview. This is the link to download a copy of my ebook http://myfreeinformationarticles.com/make-it-happen/

Mary asks…

Trying to become a ReLaTionShip COACH! Where do I start?

Hi, I am trying to become a relationship coach, but I don’t know where to start! There are so many different programs, such as the ICF, CoachU, etc, and I don’t know where to begin, what program to go through, which hours transfer to who, etc. I think that the ICF requires a certain # of hours in order to be certified, but where can I get those hours? I went to their website and it was still confusing. What programs are approved by the ICF? It doesn’t look like the ICF offers any training hours on ‘relationship‘ coaching, only life coaching. Do I hav to get my life coaching certification first, then the relationship coaching certification? About what are the costs for these prgrams? I just want to get my liscence/certification/credent… within the year. Help me, where do I begin on this path, and then what do I do?? Thanks.
PS: i am a college graduate and graduated with a BA in organizational communication (a great blend of interpersonal and business comm), with a minor in Psychology. I am 23, but granted I have been “coaching” my friends and family for years now, although i never called it that. I am the first person anyone goes to for help, advice, motivation, support, for many aspects of life, most notably, relationships. I have had many healthy relationships and am currently in one.

nikki answers:

Many relationship coaches get started by offer advice, motivation and help to friends and family – and then take it to the next level by training to be a coach. I have some information on my site about love/relationship coaching – and you should check out my ebook to get an overview. This is the link to download a copy of my ebook http://myfreeinformationarticles.com/make-it-happen/
Then I highly recommend the online university that I attended, which was founded by Dr Ava Cadell — she is very well know in the love, sex and relationship field and she personally has a very impressive education background. All of these things helped me know that her – Loveology University was a great place to study. The content she offers is very detailed and there are a wide number of topics that are discussed in the overall curriculum. This is the link for her Love Coach training – http://www.loveologyuniversity.com/CourseDetails.aspx?CourseID=22&a_aid=litekepr

Lisa asks…

Where do I start to get my RELATIONSHIP COACHING certification?!?

Hi, I am trying to become a relationship coach, but I don’t know where to start! There are so many different programs, such as the ICF, CoachU, etc, and I don’t know where to begin, what program to go through, which hours transfer to who, etc. I think that the ICF requires a certain # of hours in order to be certified, but where can I get those hours? I went to their website and it was still confusing. What programs are approved by the ICF? It doesn’t look like the ICF offers any training hours on ‘relationship‘ coaching, only life coaching. Do I hav to get my life coaching certification first, then the relationship coaching certification? About what are the costs for these prgrams? I just want to get my liscence/certification/credent… within the year. Help me, where do I begin on this path, and then what do I do?? Thanks.

nikki answers:

Those coaching training programs could be okay — but for specialized relationship coaching, you need to check out Loveology University. I highly recommend the online university that I attended, which was founded by Dr Ava Cadell — she is very well know in the love, sex and relationship field and she personally has a very impressive education background. All of these things helped me know that her – Loveology University was a great place to study. The content she offers is very detailed and there are a wide number of topics that are discussed in the overall curriculum. This is the link for her Love Coach training – http://www.loveologyuniversity.com/CourseDetails.aspx?CourseID=22&a_aid=litekepr. I have some information on my site about love/relationship coaching – and you should check out my ebook to get an overview. This is the link to download a copy of my ebook http://myfreeinformationarticles.com/make-it-happen/

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