What is Coaching? Is it Therapy?
To simplify, therapy looks backwards at what caused people to suffer a disorder or illness. I offer adaptive coping skill training, which gives you specific skills to move forward; and coaching, which shows you how to apply that skill set to your own life. I don't tell you what to do, but show you how to do it.
How often and how long are the sessions?
The sessions are generally 45 minutes long - sometimes a little more, depending on how much guided practice you want in each skill. We can meet weekly or biweekly, depending on your needs and where you are in the curriculum.
Why are your coaching fees so much less than other Life Coaches?
Many of my clients are busy professionals who have little time. By conducting sessions via Zoom, they enjoy the convenience of working with me from their offices, homes, or while out via the Zoom app. This enables me to offer lower pricing, since a brick-and-mortar location is unnecessary.
What if I don't feel the coaching sessions are helping me?
To be successful, your responsibility is to be committed to making positive changes, to sacrifice old behaviors and attitudes, and to do the work necessary. If you're having trouble, we'll work on whatever the issue is; however, you can stop your sessions for any reason, at any time.