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Coaching the Relationship Coach Course Training Program

Welcome to the Coaching the Relationship Coach Course: How to Become a Relationship Coach Training Program Online Welcome to Loveology University’s Coaching the Relationship Coach Course preview.  This course is part of the Certified Relationship Coach Program, a comprehensive relationship coach training program online that you can take in the comfort of your own

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Top 10 Qualities of a Good Coach

Do You Have What it Takes to Become a Love Coach?

Qualities of a Good Coach: Love Coaching Quiz

Do you have the qualities of a good coach?

Becoming a Love Coach is a rewarding, fun and lucrative career choice.  But, do you have what it takes?

Take this quiz to find out!

Are You:

  • Empathetic, passionate, and enthusiastic?
  • Constantly being thanked by people for helping them?
  • A good listener?
  • A creative problem solver who looks for ways to help others based on their needs?
  • Not afraid to talk about emotions, fears, vulnerability, sex or intimacy?
  • A life long learner who is always excited about updating your education, skills and learning possibilities?
  • Good at goal setting and checking your progress to keep your life on track?
  • Secretly following amazing love coaches and sexperts and wish you could do the same?
  • Searching for an incredible tribe of inspirational people to form amazing connections with?
  • Thinking about becoming a Love Coach but haven’t found the course that is...
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Love Coach Tips – Ask Dr. Ava!

Twenty Tips on How to Become an Amazing Love Coach

As a world renowned Sexologist and Love Coach (voted Sex Coach of the Year 2015 by the Sexual Health Expo), and founder of Loveology University, Dr. Ava Cadell has been mentoring Love Coaching students for many years and has many Love Coach tips!

Here are her top 20 Love Coach tips on how to become a Love Coach!

Twenty Tips on How to Become an Amazing Love Coach:

  1. Let clients know your credentials up front, including specialties.
  2. Let them know you offer Love Coaching: an interactive role as a coach, not a medical or therapeutic adviser.
  3. Find out what your client specifically needs coaching for, by asking key questions.
  4. Be truthful and let clients know if they are realistic and if you can help them, rather than disappointing them.
  5. Discuss fees and forms of payment up front.
  6. Discuss length of time for suggested coaching sessions up front.
  7. Have clients fill out and sign a Love Coaching Agreement and Disclaimer before you begin working...
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