When you are having a tough time in their relationship, there are only two solutions either leave the relationship or visit a relationship coach to work out the issues. Most couples would prefer to work out the issues with a coach instead of walking away from a relationship.
The following is a guide one becoming a Successful Relationship Coach
Do what coaches do best
Always be a mentor, a guide, an assistant, and a source of knowledge for your clients. Inspire the, motivate them and inform them. Just do all you can to become the best coach you can be… and you will make a difference.
Level off the tension
Layoffs these days are not solely caused by low performance of employees. Most are caused by the inability of the company to retain all its employees during times of crisis. Instilling that in the minds of your clients help them realize that it may not be their partner’s fault if they lose their job. With that in mind, you can build a pact between your clients not to allow pointing fingers to ruin their relationship. You can also use assessments to help the couple comprehend the effects of the situation to the person using personality filters.
Look for medical insurance options
Loss of employment also means loss of company-paid medical insurance. To help your clients get medical insurance, you can coach them how to find other insurance options. You can suggest that they research on the costs associated with the transfer from insurance to a health plan. Become a relationship coach that asks them to be accountable for doing so because the action is necessary during difficult times.
Promote teamwork between the couple
As a relationship coach, it is your responsibility to encourage them to work together in solving their problems. They can work on their resume together and boost each others’ confidence. It will give them a chance to show their partners the strengths that they see in each other. They can also share their networks in finding available opportunities.
Consider other options
When you become a relationship coach, it is vital to have the couple see all the other prospects they may have overlooked. Help them discover other alternatives like temporary employment, taking additional skills training, or even considering other career options. Conduct assessments to help them discover the best career options once they want to do so.
Help your clients reduce their expenses. Coach them to work and live within their existing means. Doing so can help them get back financially once they both start working again.