So you feel stuck, but you know you don’t need counseling. You’re not feeling so anxious or depressed that it’s disrupting your life.
But you know there is more inside of you, more to your life that you want to access, but you just can’t put your finger on it.
You want to be healthier emotionally and physically. You want your relationships to be stronger, your marriage to be more vibrant, your life to have more adventure.
You want to love AND like yourself and your life.
Loving yourself, your relationships, your work and your life doesn’t have to be a daydream. This is what coaching is for.
Why get a Coach?
Simply put, what do you want to be better at? Or take it up a level: what do you want to the BEST at? I want to be the best mother, wife, coach and therapist and business owner I can be. I regularly seek out group and individual coaching to improve in these areas of my life. I can’t be the best without a coach.
So where do you want to grow and improve? Where do you want to shine or expand your influence? Where do you want to be the Best you can be?
You can take yourself pretty far on your own, but if you want to go to the next level of health, prosperity and success, getting a coach is a must. There are limits to how far you can go on your own. Plus, having someone to encourage you, invest in you and hold you accountable to the best version of you will be fun and bring an energy and momentum to your life you didn’t even know you were missing.
Would we work well together?
I specialize in and am passionate about working with:
- Mothers and young families in the early childhood years
- Small business owners and start-ups
- People in life transition between work and relationships, seeking next steps
Does that sound like you? Click here to schedule your free session.
Working with me in a coaching relationship is an ongoing conversation for the duration of our time together. We will meet for an initial consultation for 60-90 minutes and do deep coaching together. We will begin to shift some things in your life and create change for you right from the beginning.
If we decide we want to work together further, we can decide to create a relationship for 3-6 months. We will meet every other week in person or via teleconference, and then talk by email, text or phone in between so you can share your breakdowns and breakthroughs.
What’s the difference between coaching and therapy?
Great question. I get this a lot. There are some similarities between coaching and psychotherapy, they are very different activities and it is important to understand the differences between them. Psychotherapy is a health care service and may be reimbursable through health insurance policies.
This is not true for coaching. Both coaching and psychotherapy utilize knowledge of human behavior, motivation and behavioral change, and interactive counseling techniques. The major differences are in the goals, focus, and level of professional responsibility.
The primary goals of psychotherapy are identification, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and nervous disorders. The goals of psychotherapy include alleviating symptoms, understanding the underlying dynamics which create symptoms, changing dysfunctional behaviors which are the result of these disorders, and developing new strategies for successfully coping with the psychological challenges which we all face.
The focus of coaching is development and implementation of strategies to reach client-identified goals of improved performance and personal satisfaction. Coaching addresses specific personal projects, life balance, job performance and satisfaction, or general conditions in the client’s life, business, or profession.
Think coaching might be the right fit for you? Schedule your FREE Session right this minute and get started. Just click the button below.
Now take a moment to revel in that feeling of accomplishment and momentum. Feels good, doesn’t it? And you’re just getting started. Here’s to your progress and sure success!