DURHAM – SoleLife, which says its mission is to “connect, empower and equip professional coaches,”has raised $100,000 of a $250,000 equity and debt round, according to a regulatory filing.

The company offers courses based on  life skills training called Dialectical Behavioral Therapy or DBT.

Nichole Lowe

Leading the firm is Nichole Lowe.

Nichole, the firm’s founder, is “Lead Instructor.”

“Nichole pledges to make you an expert in behavioral modification therapy and help you grow your coaching business with the best social eLearning experience and support in the industry,” the company says.

In a blog post, she adds: “As a certified health coach and DBT instructor, I have been honored to have coached more than  1,000 students  throughout the world. My pledge to you is to help you improve your client results and grow your business. I am excited for you to dive in and continue your learning journey. Together we can bring a deeper level of good to the world.”

It is aimed at life coaches, therapists, nutritionists and health coaches.

According to its web site, the courses help develop the understanding and skills to create change, defy  limitations and offer a chance to learn how to become a stronger, more resourceful and powerful person and coach.

In addition to courses, it offers backend office technology through its partner Heathie that provides scheduling, teleheath, client logging and messaging, and charting features.

The company offers a free introductory DBT course. It sells a course called “Sticky Habits,” for $197.