How Do I Know if Coaching Is Right For me?
Coaching can be particularly useful before, after, or during times of transition — a job change, a relationship shift, a health challenge. If you are up for being held accountable, for shining light into dark corners, for trying out some new ways to do things, for seeing what happens as you experiment, coaching may be just what you want. I am here with you to investigate your goals, your dreams, your beliefs.
What IS life coaching?
Life coaching is a goal-oriented way to start from today and move into tomorrow.
Coaching is different from consulting: I am here to show you your own strengths, not to demonstrate mine. You are the expert on your life, after all!
Coaching is also different from therapy: I am trained to help you discover and grow the life you want, rather than helping you discover how you got to the place you are currently in.
What can coaching do for me?
My clients have:
- gained confidence and found (or created) fulfilling new work
- increased their health and minimized stress and worry
- improved relationships at work and at home
- transformed forced, unwanted transitions into rewarding life choices
- learned to manage stress effectively
What Am I Getting Myself Into?
When you embark on a coaching adventure with me, I ask you to commit to
- Nine sessions over three months
We start with one long foundation call, and then we have shorter (30-45 minute) calls for the duration of our work. Between sessions, you work to integrate the outcome of our sessions into your life. To support your solo work, my coaching also includes unlimited emails/texting between calls.
Is Now the right time for me to enroll as a client?
Make no mistake: this investigation can be a personally demanding process. Like many things in life, the more time and energy you put into coaching, the more you get out of it. It can feel intimidating to jump into the deep end of making big changes in your life. But if you devote yourself to it, you can improve your entire life, starting right now!