Stressed out? Feeling overwhelmed?

  • Seperation & Loss
  • Illness, Death
  • Bereavement
  • Pre-martial
  • Marital
  • Parenting
  • Work-related stress

 

 

Once you’ve decided to begin this program, there will be plenty of work to be done, but much of that will feel fun, new, and different. Watching your self become stronger and more effective is exhilarating. While talking can be very curative, with the help of tools and insights provided by your coach, you can expect to see faster results. Like anything else in life, what you put into this is what you’ll get back in return. Once you’ve decided to start, we would typically schedule a weekly meeting to review, discuss more, move on, etc. until you are where you want to be.

Coaching vs. Counseling

Coaching is problem solving oriented. As such, the client uses the sessions to talk out problems to a trusted professional. Coaching is typically more focused on the present and future and less on early childhood experiences or trauma, whereas psychotherapy often focus’ on deep-seated emotions from early life and move forward to present day issues. This process extends the length and financial burden on the client, though it is the best option for many people. Coaching and therapy are different from each other but there is no ‘right or wrong’ way. It is really just a question of which modality is best for you at this time in your life. In coaching, however, we will work as a team to identify the specific issues that are holding you back and together, we will develop a customized program for helping you change or remove those obstacles.