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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Illness coaching?

Illness coaching is a non-clinical approach to navigating life with chronic illness through problem-solving, brainstorming solutions, redirecting, and support. It is not meant to be a replacement for mental health counseling or therapy. 

How do I know if coaching is right for me?

Take our Survey and find out more!

Who can apply for coaching?

Our coaching programs are for anyone who is wanting to work on problem-solving around the effects of chronic illness, rare disease, or disability.

Do you take insurance?

No, unfortunately, insurance plans do not cover coaching at this time. But, thanks to a grant from chronicwarriors.org, we are able to offer our sessions at a low rate.

I have a therapist that I see regularly. Should I still consider doing coaching?

Coaching can be an excellent supplement to clinical counseling. Coaches are also happy to speak with your therapist and work as part of your team.

How many sessions will I need? How often can I work with a coach?

The number of sessions needed will depend on the issues being addressed. However, to be most effective, we typically recommend a minimum of 4 to 12  sessions. As long as you find it beneficial, you may work with a coach as often as you’d like.

Is there an option for ongoing monthly coaching support?

Once you complete a coaching package, you will have the option to purchase our special, monthly plan for continued support.

Do you offer group coaching?

Check back for group coaching – Coming Soon! However, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to explore additional options.

How do we “meet”?

All meetings are done via zoom.us (or other live platform) or phone call.

How do I download zoom and can I do it from my mobile device?

You can go to https://zoom.us on your laptop or computer and download the app. You may also use their app on your phone/mobile device. One of the reasons we use Zoom is because it’s super easy and user friendly.

Do you coach non-verbal clients / teens with a trach?

Yes! We’ve coached a number of warriors that need to utilize the chat bar in Zoom. Please reach out to us to discuss special accommodations prior to booking a session.

Would a coaching package make a good gift for my teen or young adult?

It’s a GREAT gift IF your teen/young adult/student agrees to work with us. We wouldn’t want you to waste your money.

Once the package is purchased, it is up to them to book their sessions.

Will you tell my parent/s what I say in session?

We will keep the information discussed in our sesssions confidential unless we have consent to discuss it.

Teens/Young Adults/Students will be more open knowing discussions are confidential. However, they are welcome to include parents at any time. If, as a parent, you would like to discuss your concerns, we welcome you to schedule your own confidential parent session. We do encourage open communication between student and parent and are happy to work on this with you.

Please note:  We are mandated to report any concerns for self-harm or harm to others as is appropriate and required by law.

Do I need to bring anything for coaching sessions?

It’s always a great idea to have pen and paper for note taking. Your coach will also take notes and may email you with follow up information.

Can I meet my coach before I book an appointment?

Yes, you can schedule a 10 min introductory call here.

What if I don't use all of my Coaching Package sessions?

The package you choose determines the number of sessions available during a specific time. It’s up to you to schedule sessions in a timely manor to have the best success. Packages must be used according to specified time periods unless otherwise confirmed with Chronic Warrior Coaching. 

 Packages must be used as follows:

4 Session Package:  within 90 days
8 Session Package:  within 6 months
Thrive Package:  within 12 months

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