How much can a certified life coach earn?
The amount each graduate charges directly correlates to the demographic they choose to serve. If a student decides to specialize in issues relating to young single mothers, for example, she may not be able to charge the same amount as she would if she were a business consultant working with a financially successful clientele. On the other hand, she might still be able to earn more than she could in a dead end job.
We have a graduate who works under a tree on a beach in Hawaii with her and her client’s children happily playing nearby. She charges $65 per session and earns $60,000 per year.
We also have a graduate that charges $200 per session to women going through divorce proceedings. She works part time on evenings and weekends and earns an extra $8,000 per month.
Where you live, whether you decide to work out of your living room or in an office, and what you decide to specialize in will all be determining factors in what you end up charging. Our faculty mentors help students to work through these decisions when they take Track 2: How to Start, Run, and Market a Private Practice as a Life Coach.
Our commitment is to ensure that each student explores all options available to them. Some of those options might include creating ancillary income by selling related items to their practice like live workshops, online webinars, creating workbooks, holding support groups, making CD’s, and selling other products that relate to their specialization.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions answered by the Women's Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching: