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Life coaching draws upon a variety of tools and techniques from other disciplines such as sociology, psychology, positive adult development and career counseling with an aim towards helping people identify and achieve personal goals. Specialty life coaches may have degrees in psychological counseling, hypnosis, dream analysis, marketing and other areas relevant to providing guidance. However life coaches are not necessarily therapists, consultants or health care providers and psychological intervention and business analysis may lie outside the scope of some coaches' work.




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