Why hire BE Kelley as a life coach?

Bethany Kelly aka BE Kelley is a licensed  MSW, LISW, CLC. Kelly is on a mission to help bring out the most PHENOMENAL aspects of people globally. She always knew her purpose was to help people help themselves. Armed with a Masters in Social Work Administration from Ohio State University and a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Kentucky State University, she has committed her life to service. She continues to spread her message from the boardroom, to the prison yard, and any place else that her PHENOMENAL message is needed. 

Who hires a life coach?

Not just anyone. People who hire a life coach: 

  • have goals or dreams and want to achieve them faster and easier than they ever thought possible;
  • have challenges, stress, and pain that they want support in overcoming;
  • want to become (phenomenal) life coaches themselves, and correctly realize that the only way to improve one's skills is to have a coach to help them transcend the blind-spots.

What are the skills of a life coach?

In order to be a successful life coach, you must have: 

  • excellent listening and questioning skills.
  • the ability to quickly bond with clients from different backgrounds.
  • the ability to inspire and motivate clients to achieve goals.
  • the confidence to challenge clients, but in a caring way.

How is a life coach different from a therapist?

Life coaches aim to motivate, offer emotional support and create confidence in their clients, whereas therapy sometimes looks into emotional resolutions to past problems in order to move forward. 

Can get both therapy and life coach services?

Yes, BEPhenomenal provides both therapy and life coach services. 

For more information about my therapy services, please complete the form below or call (520) 261-4477.

How long do I need a life coach?

There is not a predetermined amount of time set for you to reach optimum Phenomenal self; however, I highly recommend beginning with a minimum of three-months. Three months typically allows time to identify issues and measure progress.