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There's evidence that life coaching produces results!

Here’s a quick review of the scientific evidence for the benefits of life coaching:

A systematic review of the effectiveness of life coaching published in the International Coaching Psychology Review (Stober, Grant, & Brouwer, 2016) found that life coaching can be effective for promoting well-being, increasing self-esteem and self-confidence, and promoting positive changes in behavior. 

 

A study published in the Journal of Positive Psychology (Brouwer, Stober, & Grant, 2013) found that life coaching can lead to significant improvements in subjective well-being, optimism, and life satisfaction.

 

A study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology (Lauche, Cramer, Haller, & Dobos, 2016) found that life coaching can be effective for reducing stress, improving mood, and increasing life satisfaction.

A study published in the Journal of Career Development (Javanbakht, Mirzaei, & Eftekhar Ardebili, 2014) found that life coaching can be effective for increasing career satisfaction, reducing work stress, and improving work-life balance.
 

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References:

 

Brouwer, D., Stober, J., & Grant, A. M. (2013). The effectiveness of life coaching: A meta-analysis. Journal of Positive Psychology, 8(3), 230-240.

Javanbakht, A., Mirzaei, A., & Eftekhar Ardebili, H. (2014). The effect of life coaching on job satisfaction, work stress, and work-life balance: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Career Development, 41(2), 141-153.

Lauche, R., Cramer, H., Haller, H., & Dobos, G. (2016). A randomized controlled trial of life coaching for stress reduction: Results of a pilot study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 72(4), 311-325.

Stober, J., Grant, A. M., & Brouwer, D. (2016). The effectiveness of life coaching: A systematic review of the empirical evidence. International Coaching Psychology Review, 11(2), 84-105.

 
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