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Role of Mental Health Coaching

Mental health is a complex topic. It includes mental illnesses like anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. We all deserve to thrive as human beings. Not only to survive or exist, but we must also thrive as well. Positive mental health is beneficial to everyone. Being guided towards achieving a whole new level of mental empowerment is the main key benefit of a Mental Health Coach. When done right, clients can have higher productivity and creativity. They can get a more positive outlook in life. They can improve their relationships with their friends, families, and partners. Better relationships also open doors for many opportunities in life. This leads to a better and more fulfilled living. A mental health coach is one who helps improve their client’s mental well-being. A mental health coach uses a variety of tools and systems. They empower their clients to have better mental health. A good Mental Health coach provides guidance and support. They also give motivation to their clients to achieve better results than they had before. Mental Health coaches work with clients to understand their needs. Once the needs are clear, Mental Health coaches set up goals to achieve objectives. These goals can be short-term or long-term goals. To reach these goals, they create a plan. Through this plan, their clients will be able to overcome their problems. Mental Health Coaches also work as an Accountability partner for the client. Clients are not alone in their journey! A good Mental Health Coach will always support the client throughout the process. Mental Health Coaches often use proven models of coaching to set up a plan of action. These plans help to nudge clients back on track whenever needed.

How do you know when you need a coach?

Here are the Top 10 signs. If these signs manifest in you, you will know that you need a coach.

1. Eating and sleeping habits have changed. Either you’re getting too much or not enough of either. Either can be detrimental.
2. You no longer enjoy the things that you used to. Maybe you aren’t so zen in yoga class anymore and start skipping them. Or Sunday tee-time just isn’t giving you the joy it did before.
3. Your emotions are turned up to 12! Find yourself crying in the bathroom at work (more than usual)? Or instead of just murmuring curse words at the driver who cut you off, you actually try to start a fight with them.
4. Social situations are a no go. You want your friends to stop inviting you to get-togethers, and every RSVP is left unchecked.
5. Unhealthy habits are becoming problematic. We automatically think of drinking and drug use when this comes up. But this could also involve excessive shopping, excessive dieting, risky behaviors, etc.
6. Your relationships aren’t being nurtured. You have arguments with your spouse or partner. Snapping at your children. Ignoring your friend’s phone calls and texts.
7. Something horrible happened. You’ve experienced a trauma that has shaken you to your core. Trauma isn’t just for combat soldiers. A car accident, affair, loss of a loved one, or anything you feel is traumatic – is trauma.
8. You’re unsure of who you are. Understanding ourselves better can help us break maladaptive patterns of behavior or allow us to give ourselves more grace.
9. Your support network is diminished or nonexistent. Everyone needs someone to talk to and process with. Therapy is a great place to receive the validation and support that you deserve.
10. Nothing else has helped. You’ve tried exercising. You’ve tried meditation. You even tried reading that crazy self-help book your love one recommended. But nothing seems to give you relief.