Why Study Life Coaching at GCU?

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Are you passionate about helping others achieve their goals? Are you organized and motivated, with great communication skills? If so, then life coaching may be the career for you.

By earning your Master of Science in Psychology with an Emphasis in Life Coaching, you can help those who struggle with changes in their life or those who need help keeping their life on track. Continue reading to find out more reasons to earn this degree:

Help Others Be Successful

In life, we all face times where we go through big changes. Some people adapt well to their changing world, while others struggle with change. For these people, they need extra help trying to get their lives back on track and flowing smoothly. That is where you, as a life coach, can step in. By becoming a life coach, you can help others to be successful in their everyday lives and find confidence they may not have had before.

Become a Professional

By choosing a master’s degree in life coaching at Grand Canyon University, you are setting yourself up to be a professional. With this degree, you are making yourself more competitive in the field, which makes you more attractive to both potential employers and clients. In addition to having the chance to earn a master’s degree with an emphasis in life coaching, GCU also offers a Graduate Certificate of Completion in Life Coaching, which is ideal for those who want to explore the field and increase their opportunities for success.

Help Yourself

You, too, are undoubtedly like many others who face challenges, changes and hardships in your life. Studying life coaching will not only benefit others, but it will be beneficial for you as well. Through learning the various theories and ideas that are embedded in the program, you can begin to apply them to your own life and start to better understand yourself and find fulfillment in what you do.

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