Supporting a Friend Who's Working With a Life Coach
Have you thought of just asking her if she'd like support, and if she would, how would she like you to support her?
Also, look at why you are asking about supporting her: If she is making great strides, what is the problem? Is she inspiring you? Do you admire her progress and wish that you were making strides to improve your own life? Have you had great results from seeing a life coach yourself, and you wish your friends had supported you better? Or is it because you thought her life was a mess before and you are happy or even relieved that she is pulling out of it?
Let her know that you see and admire the changes she is making in her life. Congratulate her and point out the strides she is making, but be careful not to be smug and superior. It is easy to sound presumptuous and imply, "Gee, you were such a mess before, and I'm glad that you are doing better" or "I don't need any help, but I am so glad that you are getting help."
One of the best ways to support her is to join her on the journey growing together with your friends is a phenomenal way to develop a powerful team. You can do your own personal development work and perhaps see a life coach, as well.