Is the Women's Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching a member of the ICF?

While there is no official body or institution involved in accrediting coaching schools and associations, the International Coach Federation (ICF) is a nonprofit organization that credits any individual or school who meets their minimum requirement of contact hours.  While the Women’s Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching llc meets the criteria of ICF, because it is not so much a regulating agency as it is a membership organization that is financed by its constituents, we have elected not to join. Our graduates, however, qualify to join because our students not only meet the ICF standards, but actually exceed them. Our life coach and consultant certifications are granted not for hours of attendance but for their development of skills and their ability to exhibit the highest standards of coaching excellence.


Here are some Frequently Asked Questions answered by the Women's Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching:

• Which peer mentoring profession best suits you: counseling, coaching, or consulting?

• What is unique about this online training in comparison to other life coach schools?

• Why does WLICC consider life experience to be of such great value in the life coaching profession?

• Why become a certified life coach instead of a counselor?

• What are the advantages of taking this life coach training online?

• How much can a certified life coach earn?

• Why is this life coach training specifically for women?

• Is the Women's Leadership Institute for Conscious Coaching a member of the ICF (International Coach Foundation)?

•  What are the advantages of being personally mentored by a teacher with a Ph.D. in psychology?

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