Regrettably, no. Think of a golf pro or tennis coach. They can help you to improve your swing, but they can't help you to fix a torn ligament. The coach's job is to help you to leverage your strengths and to maximize your potential. When there are problems to be addressed, an expert coach will know when to refer you to someone who is skilled (and licensed) in other fields (like medical, legal, financial, or psychological). Coaching should never be confused with therapy.
Will you advise me on the decisions I should make?
Again, this is not a part of coaching. The 'magic' of coaching involves encouraging you to discover your own unique way, and then holding you accountable for the decisions that you make. The coach's job is to support you in your decision-making process all the way through to completion, so long as your decisions are legally and ethically sound (no professional coach will consent to continue coaching in a way that violates his or her own ethical standards). Coaching should not be confused either with mentoring, or with training or instruction.