Coaching is a wonderful option for anyone ready to create positive change in their life. Together, we will clarify your goals, break them down into small manageable steps and start moving forward.
Whether the changes you desire are major life changes or small shifts in your daily routine, life coaching can help you clarify and achieve your goals.
Here are some of the most common questions I get about my coaching practice:
What is the difference between counseling and coaching?
Life Coaching is a forward focused process driven by your vision for living your best life. Coaching leads with your strengths, goals, hopes & dreams. In both Coaching & Counseling, you partner with a professional who facilitates important conversation and provides support, structure and accountability in taking steps toward positive change.
It doesn't have to be one or the other. You can have both a counselor and a coach on your support team.
*If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, it is important that you work with a licensed healthcare provider.
How often should I schedule coaching sessions?
Most coaching clients initially schedule weekly or bi-weekly sessions. The time between sessions may shift as progress is made or additional support is desired. Most clients select a day/time that works best for them and preschedule sessions so that coaching sessions are on the calendar and becomes a part of their routine.
A Coaching plan and timeline that fits your unique needs will be discussed during your initial session.
How are sessions structured?
Coaching sessions are 45 minutes long and are held in my office or via remote platform.
Sessions always include a celebration of progress made and setting new goals or "next steps." Problem solving, supportive resources, mindset work,etc. are infused into sessions as needed.
How will I keep track of my goals and personal commitments?
I share a written session summary of your progress and goals via email following every session. This allows you to be fully present during the session, without pressure to take notes (although you are more than welcome to!) You will have this document to refer to as you work on your goals between sessions.
What types of goals are your clients working on?
My clients' goals are incredibly diverse. The common thread is that they are all highly invested in taking steps forward.
Examples of client's goals include:
Spiritual growth and development