We get involved in the day to day mess of real life. Our hands-on approach helps clients sort through messy beginnings and practice “adulting” in real time...
Our coaches provide support to those transitioning out of therapeutic care and into independent living. We work to help them establish healthy living habits, positive relationships, and move toward work and career goals.
Going to college, or going back, is a big step. Our Collegiate Suport program gives students the advantage they need to finish strong.
What We Do.
LifeTutors is a goal-oriented and outcome-driven coaching support program. We work with our clients helping them "do all the things" as one student put it after receiving their associate's degree. Following through and achieving goals can be a daunting task for many young adults; especially if they have faced failure in the past. We walk with them through day to day living where the rubber meets the road.
Young adults in need of therapeutic support are vulnerable to the freedoms of independent living. We meet them where they live, where they work, where they study to make sure progress doesn't fall through the cracks, or hope is lost because of one bad day. We engage in their world but they are the ones building it. Our support is focused on healthy living habits, positive relationships, community, strong academics and work ethic.
We help young adults "do all the things" to ensure the foundation for independence is strong and success is sustainable.
"Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go,
they merely determine where you start."
Back to School. Back to Work. Back to Life.
Our initial evaluation includes an intake of clinical, academic, and vocational records to see if the person is a good fit for the LifeTutors program and what program is appropriate. We complete a review of previous assessments, treatment notes, and other past histories or may use personality and career assessments to get more clarity before we begin the planning process.
School. Work. Career
We work together with the client and family to hear about hopes and dreams turning them into practical long and short-term goals. We identify resources and work opportunities and develop a Wellness Action Plan telling us what to do when challenges arise. Once the Wellness Plan is made a three-person coaching team is assigned and scheduled, supervised by our Clinical Director.
Coming from treatment or therapeutic care can make independence seem intimidating. Our clinically informed coaching model involves a three-person clinically supervised coaching team. We focus on healthy living habits, work and career goals, daily living, budget planning, positive community, and recreation as hallmarks of successful and sustainable independence.