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Being clear on what you want is just as important as to know who will help you to get there. Here are the differences between change service providers. Like signs on the road, the change service provider helps you navigate from an outside perspective with an influence on your internal GPS. Whether you chose a coach or a licensed health care provider. It is good to know what the differences are.

What is the difference between coach and mentor?

Life Coaching

When referring to getting coached by a professional coach, is a teaching, training or development process in which an individual gets support while learning to achieve a specific personal or professional result or goal. An individual receiving coaching referred to as the client. The term coaching is applied to an informal relationship between the coach who has the experience and expertise to offer advice and guidance to get maximum results for the client. A coach is focusing on the process what the client uses for the desired result for a specific problem.


It is a term meaning someone who imparts wisdom to and shares knowledge with a less-experienced colleague. A mentor focuses on the content that is needed for the colleague mentee to acquire during mentorship to achieve the same or similar results as the mentor. Anita is not a mentor until the client decides to sign up for an NLP Associate Practitioner Training online, or a live 7 days NLP Practitioner Training. Contact Anita for guidance, who to choose based on your specific needs. Hence, the client desires to be a colleague in NLP and coaching, the mentorship will shift from process-oriented coaching to content-oriented mentoring.

Corporate Coaching

The basic skills of coaching can be developed by managers within organizations specifically to improve their managing and leadership abilities. Acquired coaching skills are also applied within team meetings and are then akin to the more traditional skills of group facilitation.  Contact me to find out more about corporate coaching.


May work from a position of authoritative doubt, and cannot claim the position of ignorance so vital for coaching; because of the assessment knowledge that underpins the counselor’s work. Licensed Professional Counselors are one of the six types of licensed mental health professionals who provide psychotherapy in the United States. Anita is not a licensed counselor.

Anita Saldana’s Coaching Therapy

Anita’s approach to personal and professional development fosters critical thinking and the acquisition of new behaviors. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), underpinned by curiosity, techniques, and tools, forms the foundation for an enjoyable journey of learning.

Within this process, clients are guided to uncover answers and fresh perspectives rooted in their values and preferences, addressing one challenge at a time. The focus is on nurturing mental and emotional growth, employing specific NLP and the Secrets of Creating Your Future© techniques.

It’s important to distinguish coaching therapy from therapeutic and counseling practices, as clients are regarded as already healthy individuals. Anita holds expertise as a certified Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP, although she is not licensed as a medical doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, MFT, LPC, or MSW. Her coaching aims to facilitate clients’ progress according to their desired direction rather than seeking to “cure” them.

Anita effectively employs hypnosis after releasing emotional baggage, aiding subconscious transformation. Since all learning and unlearning occur on an unconscious level, she empowers clients to communicate clearly with their own unconscious minds. This process is both enjoyable and light-hearted, often accompanied by laughter. Anita’s utilization of the pendulum method, inspired by the work of clinical hypnotherapist Dr. Leslie M. LeCron, provides a structured approach based on ideomotor signaling, removing the enigma behind the pendulum’s movements.