What is the difference between coaching and therapy?
Coaching answers the question of â€śwhat now?â€ť in life. It is present-forward. We certainly deal with the past, but not like in therapy where the focus is on the past with the intention to make connections and heal. Instead we deal with the past as it comes up for you as an obstacle on your way to achieving what you want. You will distinguish old patterns from the past and make connections to where they show up in your life now. Because of this, sometimes healing, putting old things to rest, is a wonderful side effect of this work.
Coaching is not a replacement for therapy or medical care. If you have clinical therapeutic or medical issues, I can certainly work with you, but only if you are working with the proper professionals for your health and welfare. I am happy to discuss specific circumstances with you and answer any questions that you have.
What can I expect?
You can expect to learn about yourself, achieve your goals, and have fun along the way.
How will we have our sessions?
I do sessions over the phone, through Skype, and in person. We will discuss which option will work best for you.
What are phone sessions like?
Phone sessions are both effective and enjoyable. If you have never done anything like it, you will see that you will quickly feel natural doing them. The advantages to coaching over the phone is that you can be in any part of the world, doing anything you want, and keep up your coaching sessions. Itâ€™s convenient and accessible for you, especially when you have a busy schedule.
What is the length of coaching time?
Coaching sessions are once a week. The length of our coaching call is one hour. New clients commit to a period of 4 months. After that, you are able to commit for 6 months at a time.
What are my payment options?
You pay once a month in full, on the first of every month, prior to receiving coaching. I accept credit card, debit card, checks, and money orders.