The Truth About Life Coaching

23-Mar, 2021
34 020 Ko‘rishlar soni

Life coaches are part of an estimated $2.85 billion global industry of professional coaches. Life coaches have been met with skepticism given it is a profession that does not require licensing or formal training yet resembles therapy. With a greater interest in wellness and attempts to overcome the stigma of therapy, the appeal of becoming a life coach or seeking the assistance of a coach grows year over year.
When you search life coach, Google tries to explain what a life coach is. Scandals haven't helped the profession's reputation. But despite this, the coaching industry is thriving. According to the International Coaching Federation (ICF), it's a $2.85 billion global industry with 71,000 professional coaches worldwide and 23,000 based in North America.
The profession is growing. Between 2015 and 2019, the number of coaches worldwide increased by 33% globally and 33% in North America, based on ICF's "2020 Global Coaching Study Final Report."
"Just briefly stated, coaching is about moving forward, deepening the learning and moving forward. Therapy also super useful is about going back and figuring out the why," explains Julie Colbrese, a master certified coach and board certified coach.
Life coaching is an unregulated industry, requiring no formal education, training or licensing. This allows virtually anyone to call themselves a coach. Alyse Parker holds no credentials or education in the life coach profession, and bases her practice on her life experience. She feels the openness of life coaching has enabled her to conduct 12-week seminars throughout the year and coach over 200 women in the last four years.
"I do believe that the flexibility and the openness for me to create what I what of this, of course within the realm of life coaching, it has been a huge element of why it works so perfectly for me as a person," Parker told CNBC.
Life coaching's increased popularity, may be due to the fact that it is not therapy. Coaches and therapists are often explicit about the differences.
Life coach Danielle Copsy explained, "I've had situations with people where we started working together and it became apparent that it was a therapeutic issue. How that becomes apparent is you just literally cannot move forward."
While it's important to understand the differences when seeking a coach, life coaching may act as a needed step to getting someone the mental health treatment needed. In an interview with CNBC, Psychologist, Amanda M. Spray, Ph.D. said "There is still stigma associated with mental health treatment, for sure. I think we're making a lot of progress. There have been great public awareness campaigns that have made it more acceptable to speak with mental health professionals."
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The Truth About Life Coaching

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  • Alyse = 💩💩

    Priscella CybinPriscella CybinKun oldin
  • Life coach = scammer

    applejmapplejm6 kun oldin
  • Just watched this video, realised I can be a life coach. So I am. Pay me to give you life advice.

    Me MeMe Me8 kun oldin
  • Alyse is the definition of privilege and she's discriminatory. How you can promote her is beyond me. 🤢

    BrittBritt13 kun oldin
  • Coaching and therapy are completely different things. Continually comparing them is part of the problem. A coach is better aligned to a fitness instructor than a therapist. Coaching is a tool and any tool is useful if you know how to use it. Just like anything else, you can explore the tradesperson you hire to use those tools.

    Samuel FostonSamuel Foston15 kun oldin
    • @Ayca Olgun That is why we have certifications that require people to prove they have done the training and have enough experience to help. We are certified and certify other coaches under NHWC.

      Take Courage CoachingTake Courage Coaching4 kun oldin
    • @Take Courage Coaching what if someone has no training at all to be a life coach, yet they call themselves a life coach & charge people astronomical amounts for knowledge those people can gain by reading self-help books? Like Alyse shown in this video.

      Ayca OlgunAyca Olgun10 kun oldin
    • It also depends on what you are trained in. You can get continuing education to include more and more specialties.

      Take Courage CoachingTake Courage Coaching13 kun oldin
  • I I’m actually planning on buying my first car today without my family knowing because they all doubted me when I started investing in bitcoin. But today with the help of lindason I I’m a happy and fulfilled soul

    James WilliansJames Willians18 kun oldin
  • Alyse???? Really?????? What a joke, totally unfollowing this .... 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮

    YesHonesty heyYesHonesty hey19 kun oldin
  • Don't know how I bumped onto this. Anyway Awesome clip ❤️. I also have been watching those rather similar from MStarTutorials and kinda wonder how you guys create these clips. MStar Tutorials also had cool information about similiar things on his channel.

    Knutt LaarsenKnutt Laarsen20 kun oldin
  • One thing I didn't like about working with the 3 life coaches I've worked with is that I needed specific advice for how to do things and they say, "Go find this person and ask them." I felt more like they were the middle man and didn't necessarily have the experience needed. A lot of charletons in this field and a lot of woo woo. I found it much more effective to take that money I invested in life coaching and pay a teacher to teach me to have the specific skills to get ahead in business.

    Think in EnglishThink in English21 kun oldin
  • 24:11 "The life coach industry is not a scam." Umm... Yeah. Okay.

    gloriakmmgloriakmm22 kun oldin
  • She a total fraud. You should have looked deeper into her history before promoting this scammer.

    Tamara FuegoTamara Fuego24 kun oldin
  • “Walk the talk” aka lip service

    Roberto EnriqueRoberto Enrique25 kun oldin
  • ALYSE PARKER IS A SCAM ARTIST WITH A HORRID REPUTATION YALL WHAT ARE YOU DOING

    Amazon FlowerAmazon Flower25 kun oldin
  • Out of all of those incredible much better life coaches, they chose her?! 🤦‍♀️ she's an absolute joke money hungry scam influencer!

    Elise StardayElise Starday27 kun oldin
  • Psychotherapists can be some of the most dangerous, disturbed individuals. Some are even connected to the cabal.

    Suzy CreemcheezeSuzy Creemcheeze27 kun oldin
  • So basically the schools want a piece of the Action! $$$$$$$$$$ bunch of.....###

    Cathy ParkerCathy Parker28 kun oldin
  • Some of these people become a life coach so they don't have to get a real job.

    Jedi KiniggetJedi Kinigget29 kun oldin
    • Make it all of them

      Ayca OlgunAyca Olgun27 kun oldin
  • Why does the editor put the video on a monitor at times?

    Michael ChoeMichael ChoeOy oldin
  • Life coaches and ppl who choose them, is one example of the mediocrity era we live into

    BeThe ChangeBeThe ChangeOy oldin
  • What people need to understand is. 1. There are good and bad apples in literally EVERY PROFESSION! 2. All opinions are suggestive based on your own bias,, experience, and expectations. It does not make your right or wrong but it can hinder you from seeing thr full picture. 3. Degrees DO NOT determine character! I have multiple degrees, that tells you nothing of my honesty, my amout of care for others, or even my level of ability. Simply says that I am trained to do a thing based on exams, reading, and maybe field practice. But people think degrees dictate character, sincerity, transparency, honesty, and so forth. They don't. The individual does that and in ALL professions there are good ones, bad ones, and a mix in the middle! I've had several friends, associates and relatives who had bad experiences with PhD therapists compared to a handful that have had positive experiences. Everything from being ghosted, the specialist making inappropriate jokes, yelling at the client and one crying through the session so hard they cut it short. All people in those scenarios refused to seek therapy after that. Think they don't question the legitimacy of therapeutic help? Are they right because of that? What about people with bad experiences with doctors, lawyers, cops, teachers, this race or that... does that mean ALL people in those categories are thanwrong, bad, scam artists in the like?? NOPE.

    VannahVannahOy oldin
  • To all of the naysayers I ask this...do you think a clinical psychologist or therapist is the right person to go to if you want to plan a change in careers? If you want to navigate successful dating if it’s been awhile? If you are looking for someone to help with accountability to go after a goal or dream? If you are recently divorced and looking to create a life that makes you truly happy? None of these things need to dredge up the past or heal traumas. That’s why we have coaches. Yes, a friend would do if they are trained in things like motivation, planning, self reflection and asking the questions that inspire change. Coaches have immense value. Yes there are charlatans, but you’ll find some of those with PhDs as well. How many people do you know that have spent years or decades on a therapists sofa, with no real progress? If a coach isn’t moving you toward your goal expediently you need to find a new coach. Same can’t be said about therapy.

    k e l l e y v e s t a lk e l l e y v e s t a lOy oldin
  • Alyse Parker is a horrible example to use.

    YessiYessiOy oldin
  • Noooo. Nobody should be paying Alyse to coach them about anything.

    DiligentHandsFinanceDiligentHandsFinanceOy oldin
  • I could never hire a life coach under age 80 or without at least 20 years life experience in my area of concern.

    Joy AustinJoy AustinOy oldin
    • Life coaches do not give advice, that would be a consutant. Life coaches help create clarity so clients can find their way out of whatever they are stuck in. Also, not everyone is coachable and literally no one NEEDS a life coach. Nevertheless, many find it helpful to have an unbias soundboard. Not for everyone and Life coaches not only no that, but are thankful for that fact LOL

      VannahVannahOy oldin
  • When CNBC promotes a UZworld con artist 😂

    muse3223muse3223Oy oldin
  • i think that a lot of life coaches can be more helpful than psychologists. especially if you just need guidance and don’t suffer from mental illness. yes, there are scam/unqualified life coaches which is harmful and creates a stereotype but this video is trying to show the other side which is that not all life coaches are like that. you can get training and you can go further in your education. if you don’t like it, then don’t use life coaching services. easy as that. college isn’t for everyone and the therapist/psychologist route isn’t for everyone either.

    Bailey PriceBailey PriceOy oldin
  • WTF?!?!? Alyse Parker has made over 1/2 a million dollars scamming lost and innocent women?!?!?! Shame on you.

    Mel WillisMel WillisOy oldin
  • Alyse is a practiced scam artist that flits from trend to trend and doesn’t seem to be have any ability to self reflect. She’s the last person I’d take life advice from. Alyse is only focused on making money. She has no business calling herself a life coach.

    Mel WillisMel WillisOy oldin
  • This girl is a scam, be informed please before you follow someone

    Cristina ValleCristina ValleOy oldin
  • I really think that you should carefully consider who you're allowing on your platform. Alyse is a very danger figure who lead millions of young people into a very dangerous relationship with food.

    Shelby ArcherShelby ArcherOy oldin
    • @Daxton Lyle yup, been using Flixzone for since november myself =)

      Chandler CastielChandler Castiel9 kun oldin
    • A tip: you can watch movies at flixzone. Me and my gf have been using them for watching lots of of movies during the lockdown.

      Daxton LyleDaxton Lyle9 kun oldin
  • Paying 1k a month for a GROUP program? I can have 3 months of one-to-one therapy or counseling for the same price, with a registered professional that has a strict code of conduct and years of training behind their back. I can have pre packaged self help content for free, thank you. Also, admitting that you choose a career because it is quick and not regulated... well, it says it all about who you really want to help. Your wallet.

    I do not KnowI do not KnowOy oldin
  • These life coaches can't even tell you what therapy is... so how can I believe them that they aren't practicing outside of their scope? Therapy isn't just about the past, and it isn't giving advice and problem-solving either. This industry is ripe for people to take advantage of others being so unregulated. And it costs more than traditional therapy, with no education or oversight? If coaches want to be taken seriously, this video was not it.

    Destiny JuneDestiny JuneOy oldin
  • My issue with these coaches especially the social media coaches like allyse is that unlike the other coaches you can see directly that her being an influencer provides her with a clients base so her clients only want her as a coach because they like the highlights of her life and want that and they think by paying for her advice they will eventually get that which is interesting 🤔

    Eme JayEme JayOy oldin
  • This seems to turn into a thinly-veiled promotion for a particular organisation and its accreditation and training. Also seems to include interviews with some very douchey and self-involved life coaches.

    Simon ClarkSimon ClarkOy oldin
    • Most of the Make It videos are honestly....It gets old after awhile.

      Erin SymoneErin Symone28 kun oldin
  • Shed said that coaching is not problem-solving or advice-giving. Eh? This is exactly what the person paying wants.

    xjlfan1xjlfan1Oy oldin
  • this sounds to me like people are desperate to talk with somebody and they don't find another way to do it other than paying

    JavierJavierOy oldin
  • Imagine a 40yo guy getting lectured by 20yo women 😂

    Fajar Dwi NugrohoFajar Dwi NugrohoOy oldin
  • What a useless job. When in doubt and you don’t have any qualifications for basically anything, become a life coach for suckers who will pay you top dollar to tell them what to do with their lives.

    De KDe KOy oldin
  • So coaching sounds like.... Having a good mentor at work? That's free... And usually possible for most people lol

    Ruffles2012Ruffles2012Oy oldin
  • Imma save yall 26 minutes. It's a scam.

    TrevorTrevorOy oldin
  • I think there are more scammers than there are life coaches out there. Like I don't have any life coaches calling me, but I do get scammers. lol If someone (who is mentally sound) wants to find a consultant/life coach, they should be allowed to reach out and be okay to pay up if that person has a skill or quality they want to replicate. People who hire life coaches are usually not struggling with money if they're paying $$$ to talk to someone, which is ultimately what the service is: to talk to someone. Notice how CNBC did not interview anyone that was a victim of some life coach stealing their money? This seems like a non-issue. It's making news out of no news. Like duh, go talk to a therapist if you're depressed or having self-worth issues instead of a life coach. Most people who are going through mental issues aren't going to wake up and go speak to a life coach over therapist. Most people aren't even going to know what a life coach is. lol

    rssandrssandOy oldin
  • I worked for years as a therapist and I’m so tired of these life coaches who are basically providing therapy without a license. If you want to be a therapist then you have to get the degree and the license. Do the work. No shortcuts.

    Audrey BellAudrey BellOy oldin
    • @I do not Know Yes, I'm well aware of that. Irrelevant to my comment, but thanks for the info

      Victoria VeeVictoria Vee4 kun oldin
    • @Victoria Vee it has become a business: coaches coach people to become coaches. Now everybody is a coach, expecially wealthy young people who want a career without having to study or to work or to volunteer. You set up a nice social media presence and charge thousands of dollars for exlusive programmes that in fact are rearranged basic self help content.

      I do not KnowI do not KnowOy oldin
    • I work in an IOP facility where we have both. They do two totally different things. Sorry you come across a lot of the wanna therapist ones 😕

      Victoria VeeVictoria VeeOy oldin
  • If only I could hire a career coach as easily as I can hire a life coach... At least with a career coach I could justify the cost if I get results.

    likexbreadlikexbreadOy oldin
  • Anyone else here (still) a vegan?

    Enough-ism PodcastEnough-ism PodcastOy oldin
  • People in this comment section: "Coaching is a scam they don't know nothing and should be in jail let's trust instead pseudo scientists that aren't even doctors but claim to be health professionals because "mental health"" I swear our society is getting dumber and dumber that's why we need coaches

    Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • @Ayca Olgun lol I literally teach in school. You either have no idea how the actual society works (not what you see on Instagram dear) or you're highly manipulatable

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • You really sound like you need to stay or go back to school. You sound like a 12 year old who has no idea how the society works, and wants a type of job just because the people doing it look cool.

      Ayca OlgunAyca OlgunOy oldin
  • This actually sounds like an interesting job especially the money

    Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • My life coach cost me less than $30,-- (the Bible). My life coach connects with me daily and all day. (No WIFI, phone or labtop needed) Just an open heart and patience is needed. Accept that life is messy you just have to work at it, change what you can and accept what you can not change. We are just on earth for a unknown time frame. Enjoy the time that is given to you

    Nikky RGNikky RGOy oldin
    • Amen

      Fajar Dwi NugrohoFajar Dwi NugrohoOy oldin
    • I love this!!!

      Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
  • Life coach is another bs. A person without psychology education background, barely lives half century let alone have successful life (not money wise, let's say never depressed nor taking medicine for it) yet giving advice? More like bunch of people who can not get decent job and struggle in life. Next...business coach who never own or run a successful business. I bet there are tons of them to be your interviewees.

    Joey ZoJoey ZoOy oldin
  • Sugarcoat this all you want, this is still a scam

    Stefan ŽivkovićStefan ŽivkovićOy oldin
    • No psychology is a scam

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • @CNBC Make It Hahaha I'm sure about that

      Stefan ŽivkovićStefan ŽivkovićOy oldin
  • I follow the three L principle approach yo living a fulfilling life. Live, Laugh, Love.

    Hugh MungusHugh MungusOy oldin
  • What's the difference counselor, life coach & motivator?

    Ranti AmandaRanti AmandaOy oldin
  • So this is like rent-a-friend?

    skylinec83skylinec83Oy oldin
    • NO. COACHES ARE NOT FRIENDS

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • Sounds like multi level marketing

    Sotonye KokoSotonye KokoOy oldin
  • How are life coaches charging more than licensed therapists?

    William LeungWilliam LeungOy oldin
    • @Greta Prikockaite it's more the opposite

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • I mean life cauches seem like luxury, while a terapist seems so normal nowadays

      Greta PrikockaiteGreta PrikockaiteOy oldin
    • @Greta Prikockaite because they are better

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • Just cause they seem chic

      Greta PrikockaiteGreta PrikockaiteOy oldin
    • @Luís Andrade they don't claim to practice medicine. Science, yes. But science comes in many forms, psychology being one of them.

      a004a004Oy oldin
  • lol classic 1st world profession, these people would starve living in other parts of the world

    David LiDavid LiOy oldin
    • So would you lol. I bet you never did any phisical job in your life

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • I wouldn't trust these people to hold my house keys

    Raina ThorpeRaina ThorpeOy oldin
  • You know what guys, you should follow the eastern philosophy about life, I guarantee you, you will be more happier than these life coaches

    Das POVDas POVOy oldin
  • USA starts everything/scam and then cries about it.

    Das POVDas POVOy oldin
  • The girl in the thumbnail, Alyse needs a life coach herself. She is confused! I think it's a scam as well. We are a lost and lonely people, I'm guilty of it as well but I can't afford to buy scams lol.

    Mrs. LaurenMrs. LaurenOy oldin
  • 7:06 hahah your here to scam people. Get a life

    K TK TOy oldin
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  • This is very scary and dangerous. The hubris of these self proclaimed “Life Coaches”...

    gracesimplifiedgracesimplifiedOy oldin
    • Why?

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • It’s sad to think that there exist so many people that don’t have healthy role models in their personal life that they can turn to for guidance and must turn to self proclaimed “Life Coach”.

    gracesimplifiedgracesimplifiedOy oldin
    • A coach is not meant to be a role model. If people project their failures and shortcomings into coaches that's their problem not the professional

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • The grift is real!!!

    Sharada VadlamaniSharada VadlamaniOy oldin
  • I give this a thumbs down just because they chose to feature: Alyse Parker as if she was someone to be "respected" as a actual Life Coach. She is a joke and farce. Do your research. But for the others they actually have degrees and certifications behind them.

    MelissaMelissaOy oldin
    • Alyse is a scam artist, money hungry n only cares about herself

      Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
    • @Luís Andrade yes, standardization of a profession promotes eligibility to perform a skill

      a004a004Oy oldin
    • @a004 Why?

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • Lol so it's a degree that makes you eligible to help people? This is not a medical profession you know?

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • They're all a joke

      a004a004Oy oldin
  • Unless the "coach" is much older than me and has proven success then I don't see the point.

    Anton SlizzardhandsAnton SlizzardhandsOy oldin
  • My friends and family are better life coaches than these clowns

    Kat VKat VOy oldin
  • Nice work 🎆🎇🌠

    Ebay AddictsEbay AddictsOy oldin
  • Oh good lord. Alyse scams people up the wazoo. It’s horrifying.

    Leah MelendezLeah MelendezOy oldin
    • @Autumn Adams thanks for the info. I’m in this arena but I make sure to give people what they pay for and then some!

      Davida SingletonDavida SingletonOy oldin
    • @Autumn Adams WOWZERS!

      Davida SingletonDavida SingletonOy oldin
    • @Davida Singleton Yup. She used to be a vegan UZworldr and charge thousands of dollars for a "retreat"

      Autumn AdamsAutumn AdamsOy oldin
    • Really?

      Davida SingletonDavida SingletonOy oldin
  • Yes. She has no real life experiences, does 30 day "challenges" and call those life changing... LMFAO. Goes to the snow with her friends and stays indoors only to work... Says the N word on Instagram gets called out now taking a 30 day break from social media to pray n hope this just blows away... Only post 2 videos a month now and says she's so busy working... What does she actually do besides live a toxic "positive" life and preaches it on social media.... Won't get help or sees a professional for therapy but will jump on the new popular trend... Energy work.... My head hurts bye

    Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
  • Sounds like scuffed therapy

    Justin HoJustin HoOy oldin
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      CNBC Make ItCNBC Make ItOy oldin
    • That's an insult to therapy. This is plain and simple scamming.

      a004a004Oy oldin
  • Isn’t that blond girl the one who had an entire UZworld channel dedicated to her raw vegan diet and then stopped eating vegan and went on an “only meat”/carnivore diet? She was pretty defensive and shady when her followers called her out. Yeah, I’m not taking life advice from her 😅 thanks

    Andrea BojorquezAndrea BojorquezOy oldin
    • @Running Bear what??? When did she say the n word

      Autumn AdamsAutumn AdamsOy oldin
    • I thought she looked familiar!! I stopped watching her around the time she started promoting using coconut oil instead of sunscreen 😬

      MarieMarieOy oldin
    • A few years ago I remember she said that her information is more valid than doctors and that people don't need education to become a doctor...

      Angelica JustineAngelica JustineOy oldin
    • Yes. She has no real life experiences, does 30 day "challenges" and call those life changing... LMFAO. Goes to the snow with her friends and stays indoors only to work... Says the N word on Instagram gets called out now taking a 30 day break from social media to pray n hope this just blows away... Only post 2 videos a month now and says she's so busy working... What does she actually do besides live a toxic "positive" life and preaches it on social media.... Won't get help or sees a professional for therapy but will jump on the new popular trend... Energy work.... My head hurts bye

      Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
  • ⛔ Be aware of this industry ⛔. It's full of unqualified people, and many are just really good at marketing and are able to sell their services. I have seen on social media life coaches, but also fitness coaches 🏋🏽‍♀️ (with no education in nutrition), dating coaches 👨‍🏫 (unmarried...), business coaches 👀(which succeeded in teaching people about how to be successful at teaching entrepreneurship while they never had previous real business...)

    Anouk CAnouk COy oldin
    • @Angelica Justine No offense but she sounds like an eating-disordered privileged white girl who is very lost herself.

      HelenaHelenaOy oldin
    • So true. the Alyse girl is SUCH a scammer. Few years back she said you can become a doctor with NO education. lol. She also went from "high-carb low-fat vegan" to "high-fat vegan" to "carnivore" in such a short span... In each diet, she said she felt the best she ever has and then months later she comes out saying she felt sick.

      Angelica JustineAngelica JustineOy oldin
    • @CNBC Make It more scammers...

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • I heard Alyse said the N word at a livestream. Can anyone confirm?

    Kevin LeeKevin LeeOy oldin
    • Yes, she did.

      DeAna AgrestoDeAna AgrestoOy oldin
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  • Most of the comments are lacking thoughtful reflection,so very sad for the commentary cause it is telling on those who are casting aspersions.

    Adrian SealesAdrian SealesOy oldin
  • I see the most value in CBT/therapy, if you: (1) have issues opening up/self-reflecting, (2) have a mental health diagnosis/condition, or (3) have no one in your life that you trust is safe, respectful and unbiased enough for you to open up to. If those things aren't true for you, meeting with a therapist isn’t always fruitful. Now I've never had a life coach BUT I have derived ZERO value from any therapist I've met with, just because there’s a lot of sitting around pontificating on things you already know.

    Simone ChèrieSimone ChèrieOy oldin
    • there are many different types of therapies, maybe you haven't found the best one for you yet - but if you want someone to tell you what to do, then yeah that's not what therapy is for

      Aline LanesAline LanesOy oldin
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    • Those were bad therapists, not that therapy is bad. Don't give up, keep going until you find a fit that can translate into meaningful outcomes.

      a004a004Oy oldin
  • It's just the dumb leading the dumber

    Stephen RoseStephen RoseOy oldin
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  • 1:08 I Think you guys are bad from geography rly i recommend you check compass first XD

    PolishFruit 12PolishFruit 12Oy oldin
  • Life coach touches more with a therapists I think then a psychiatrist

    Anne CameronAnne CameronOy oldin
    • @a004 therapist I think are closer to life coaches

      Anne CameronAnne CameronOy oldin
    • @Anne Cameron no, both psychologists and psychiatrists have valid roles in provider care.

      a004a004Oy oldin
    • @a004 It's an insult to psychiatrist

      Anne CameronAnne CameronOy oldin
    • That's an insult to therapists

      a004a004Oy oldin
  • "it's essential that coaches have coaches" sounds like an mlm to me

    Linda WangLinda WangOy oldin
    • @Bailey Price therapists are required to have therapists precisely because their job is regulated and they need to keep themselves in check constantly. While many people call themselves coach because they have followers to take advantage of or think to be knowledgeable enough to charge for their services. It's alla bout marketing, who buys can either find a professional or a phony twenty someting only capable of relieving you from some deep rooted money. When they open their mouth and say the same old catchphrases... there you have your pretty, wealthy scammers.

      I do not KnowI do not KnowOy oldin
    • actually a lot of therapists have therapists. he was saying that coaches should have coaches to keep their personal values accountable. that’s actually very wise. it had nothing to do with his business model

      Bailey PriceBailey PriceOy oldin
    • 😂😂😂😂😂 you don't know what you're saying

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • Life coaching about products and pyramid schemes lol

    Anne CameronAnne CameronOy oldin
  • Why so many dislikes?

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    • @a004 Oh yes thank u. Let me dislike too

      RogenusRogenusOy oldin
    • Because it's advertising a scam

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  • I would rather just get a book from the library with these life questions, get a notebook and pen from Walgreens and just apply it to myself since it is up to the client anyway.

    M. RobertsM. RobertsOy oldin
    • Human contact is different bro...

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • Alyse Parker is a joke

    Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
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  • I feel like you’re paying for a friend..... they have no real qualifications. But they listen to you and help you see blind spots that you might be missing......hence a friend.

    Cynthia RCynthia ROy oldin
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  • This Alyse gal is little more than a joke! She coaches people based on her experiences in this and past lives😱??? What is she? Twelve? I think her clients could coach circles around her🤔! Alyse, you're sooo right! Why actually study to learn a profession when all you have to do is be a youtube/instagram star to get clients and make boocoo bucks v- guess you're not as dumb as one might think.

    Millie MouseMillie MouseOy oldin
    • @M. Roberts lol I thought the same thing!

      Authentically AnaAuthentically AnaOy oldin
    • @Luís Andrade😂😂😂 l guess that means you'd consult the local voodoo doctor when you notice your mole has changed shape and color 😕.

      Millie MouseMillie MouseOy oldin
    • Studying is not going to teach you any profession only bs theories. Trust me I know it first hand

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • She is very disciplined but I believe suffers from OCD and an eating disorder. She’s extreme in personal approach to life.

      gracesimplifiedgracesimplifiedOy oldin
    • When she said past lives...I thought...girl what???

      M. RobertsM. RobertsOy oldin
  • only one that can help you is YOURSELF - these people dont want to help you they only want money

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  • Life coach is the new hippie movement

    New Orleans SaintsNew Orleans SaintsOy oldin
    • Lol no

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  • Is it me or do these life coaches just seem like a 'Buy-A-Friend'? I feel like anybody with healthy relationships and close friends has no need for these people.

    HitRealmHitRealmOy oldin
    • @Ayca Olgun but I guess value is subjective so

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • @Ayca Olgun lol that's meaninglessness. You are worth 0

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • @Luís Andrade I have 24 years of life experience + a degree in psychology and communication. That will be $4,200, please :) I take venmo (:

      Ayca OlgunAyca OlgunOy oldin
    • @Helena to have qualifing experience you really just need life experience

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
    • "I feel like anybody with healthy relationships and close friends" Sadly, a lot of people don't have this. Also, I think certain types of "life" coaches can be useful: executive, nutrition, exercise, etc. depending on their own experience. But then that means you have to wade through a lot and vet your life coaches carefully to find the right one. It seems many of them do NOT have very relevant, qualifying experience.

      HelenaHelenaOy oldin
  • Being able to spend money so that some random person online can tell you to live your life the opposite of how you're living it is a problem only people with money have.

    Sam SOSASam SOSAOy oldin
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  • My therapist told me one week that next week would be our last session as she was going to become a life coach. I could switch to being a coaching client if I want though and 10x the price 🙅🏼‍♀️

    Kaz FletcherKaz FletcherOy oldin
    • @Kaz Fletcher it's illegal here and s/he could lose their license here. It's especially horrible to abandon a client who has issues with abandonment as legally we are required to not do harm or abandon

      J JJ JOy oldin
    • @lamingtongirl123 Yes. She's an 'entrepreneur' now. I get that she wnats to make more money but she could/should have either given me way more warning that our therapy was going to end.

      Kaz FletcherKaz FletcherOy oldin
    • @J J We're in the UK so no insurance involved, FWIW. I think telling a client (with abandonment issues) one week that next week you're out is pretty unprofessional in itself.

      Kaz FletcherKaz FletcherOy oldin
    • @lamingtongirl123 As a therapist I feel equipped to answer this. Imagine a world where you can charge double your cost because it's all cash pay and you're not competing with insurance costs and none of the professional liability. If I get a DUI or behind on my taxes I can lose my license, but a life coach has no oversight. There's no annual fees, no continuing education and if you saw someone who said "I"m a life coach with a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and experience in entrepreneurial business" It's an easier buy in. I can then see any client in any state. I can charge what I want (there is a fair fee clause in California). SO yea the money, but so much more and so much less liability.

      J JJ JOy oldin
    • Why would she do that if she’s already a therapist? Is she money hungry?

      lamingtongirl123lamingtongirl123Oy oldin
  • lol east west is wrong

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  • ALYSE IS DANGEROUS! SHE AINT NO LIFE COACH

    Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
    • @Artur Yumaev Why would a man that age come to her? You must have 💩 for brains.

      Suzy CreemcheezeSuzy Creemcheeze27 kun oldin
    • You still haven't said what you do for a living, Running Bear. Very telling...

      Suzy CreemcheezeSuzy Creemcheeze27 kun oldin
    • @Artur Yumaev she’s 27... i know it’s difficult to believe because she acts like a teenager.

      Ayca OlgunAyca OlgunOy oldin
    • How old is she? About 20? I imagine how a man of 40 years old comes to her with serious problems in his family and work and she gives him advice 🤣 This is such a сringe

      Artur YumaevArtur YumaevOy oldin
    • A few years ago I remember she said that her information is more valid than doctors and that people don't need education to become a doctor...

      Angelica JustineAngelica JustineOy oldin
  • Rent-a-Friend is way cheaper.

    Drew ConwayDrew ConwayOy oldin
    • @Luís Andrade Neither is your Rent-a-Friend.

      gloriakmmgloriakmm22 kun oldin
    • Coach is not your friend

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • Coaching is GIGANTIC grift that sells fake value to well-intentioned people.

    Mplay1983Mplay1983Oy oldin
    • Congratulations at missing the entire point of the video

      Luís AndradeLuís AndradeOy oldin
  • Imagine paying someone that follows Instagram trends to coach you about life skills. Alyse Parker can't figure out any semblance of stability in where she's living for that month or what she's putting on her plate or her current self, but she sure will financially exploit her audience for any buck that comes her way. Refer to her UZworld where she promotes the van life trend promoting minimalism, all this other pseudo-sciencey stuff, eating full on raw vegan bordering on eating disorder to her young impressionable audience while that was the ''in'' thing to then transitioning into city materialistic living promoting a full carnivore diet and butcher box service as keto becomes a trend. This girl is a walking contradiction but as long as dollars roll in why do you need a moral compass, eh? This whole life coach thing seems very predatory and unregulated so it seems fitting.

    Care To Inspire MeCare To Inspire MeOy oldin
  • why isnt tai lopez & grant cardone on this

    Scott MckenzieScott MckenzieOy oldin
  • LMAO at Alyse

    Extra Small DollExtra Small DollOy oldin
    • @Davida Singleton what audience? Lol. She barely gets 30k views on a month old video so where’s the rest of her 680k subs? Her latest videos have a 50/50 split between likes and dislikes, and her comments are 70% negative if not more. So half of those views she gets aren’t even from her current subs, but from her old subs who just watch to then voice their disappointment with her. She gets like 10 comments on her insta posts with her account having over 180k followers. Loving audience who?

      Ayca OlgunAyca OlgunOy oldin
    • How? Her audience love her. It’s about relationship

      Davida SingletonDavida SingletonOy oldin
    • CON ARTIST

      C WC WOy oldin
    • She is such a joke

      Running BearRunning BearOy oldin
  • I'd rather work with an unqualified coach who has overcome something, over a therapist who has been in 'studying' for 10 years to gain a qualification. I suppose it's like taking an entrepreneurial class from a teacher who has never owned thier own business.

    MonicaMonicaOy oldin
    • @Ayca OlgunI actually didn't know that. It's good that experience is required for a long period within the studying process. I still stand by what I said. All people want these days is RESULTS, whether that's from a therapist, coach, councillor, etc. Have a great day

      MonicaMonica17 kun oldin
    • What you’re completely missing is that during those 10 years or so of schooling, at least 2-3 years go into praciting under a licensed professional to actually get experience working with all kinds of people with different mental health conditions. Meaning, when psychologists and psychiatrists finish school, they have their degrees AND enough experience to help them start their own practice or get a job at a hospital, etc.

      Ayca OlgunAyca OlgunOy oldin
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    • @Simone Chèrie look, if a 21 can get their clients results, I'm not bothered about their age. All I'm looking for is RESULTS. Look after yourself Simone

      MonicaMonicaOy oldin
  • Life Coaching is a noble way to help people achieve goals or just keep on track. Life experience can be very helpful for some people. In my case I provide coaching for music artists to help them maintain or propel their careers.

    Propel SessionsPropel SessionsOy oldin
  • Honestly I appreciate the idea of life coaches b/c they genuinely give you an actual plan on what to actually do to improve your life. My history with therapists has just been them listening to me and giving me cliche psychotherapy advice, which never truly helps.

    crystal Castillocrystal CastilloOy oldin
    • Monte P no arguing with that!

      crystal Castillocrystal Castillo18 kun oldin
    • That’s just bad therapists. It takes time to find a good one. Just like your doctor.

      Monte PMonte POy oldin
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