How Does Life Coaching Influence Design Psychology?

What is Life Coaching?

To put it simply, Life Coaches help people change their lives. They guide, inspire, and empower others to reach their full potential.

They are adept at helping others see new perspectives, get unstuck, and find the courage to take bold actions.

“Life coaching draws upon a variety of tools and techniques from other disciplines such as sociology, psychology, positive adult development and career counseling with an aim towards helping people identify and achieve personal goals. Specialty life coaches may have degrees in psychological counseling, hypnosis, dream analysis, marketing and other areas relevant to providing guidance. However, they are not necessarily therapists or consultants; psychological intervention and business analysis may lie outside the scope of some coaches’ work.” –Wikipedia

How is Life Coaching incorporated into Design Psychology?

By utilizing some of the tools and methods associated with Life Coaching,  a Design Psychology Coach can help you determine your Inherent Life Goals and Desires, whether or not your current home supports you in achieving those goals and desires, and create a plan of action for actualizing the positive transformation you seek.

In this way, a Design Psychology Coach offers direct, actionable advice that results in a tangible impact on your emotional wellbeing.

Part of this process includes accountability coaching and guidance throughout this transformational process, always taking into account where your greatest struggles currently exist within the areas of life, work, love, play, and personal development.

Darcey Rojas is the founder of The Compassionate Home. She is a Holistic Designer, Certified Design Psychology Coach, and Green Design Center Trade Partner dedicated to creating positive home environments that heal mind, body, and soul, strengthen family relationships, and nurture our true potential. Her approach to conscious home and lifestyle design involves designing spaces that meet our needs, encourage good habits, bring us closer to our loved ones, and support our health and wellbeing on a mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual level.

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