One-on-one coaching will help you...
Gain insight and understanding.
Sometimes what’s getting in our way isn’t obvious. Outdated, yet ingrained beliefs about money, relationships and work can hold us back. Coaching can help you discover and master underlying thinking.
Learn how to use effective tools and strategies.
Figuring out what you want is as important as knowing what you don’t want. I use evidence-based research and tools to help you get clear on your values and priorities so your life reflects the things that mean the most to you.
Experience the benefits of accountability, focus and support.
Knowing what to do and doing it are two entirely different things. Most of us know what to do, but sometimes have trouble following through. I will help you move past your excuses and procrastination so you’re setting goals, creating habits and experiencing a life you love.
As your coach I also know that resistance is self-defeating and that opportunity for growth is always possible.
Whether planned or unexpected, positive or negative, change generates challenges and opportunities.
As a life coach who has worked with 100’s of people, I know that you can use your changing circumstances as an opportunity to dream, discover, design, and launch the kind of life that’s perfect for you.
You have questions. I have answers!
I believe Dr. Martha Beck summed it up best when she equated life coaching to hiring a personal trainer. If you’re ill, you work with a doctor to get better. But if you are healthy and want to up your game, you hire a personal trainer to help guide you to a stronger body.
Same goes for life coaching. If you’re mentally healthy and want to up your game, life coaching can help you do so in many different ways. It can help with motivation, goal setting, goal clarification, finding your intuitive voice, feedback, accountability, habit creation, discovering strengths and weaknesses… to name a few.
Coaching is not a form of mental health therapy and does not meet the need of individuals who are best served by a licensed mental health professional. However, some people choose to work with both a therapist and life coach.
It depends on your particular goals and the work required to achieve them which is why I don’t sell programs and don’t use a one-size-fits-all formula. I believe the best coaching is as unique as you and thus there isn’t a specific time frame.
How often you want to meet (once a week, bi-weekly or once a month) will dictate our timeframe. In other words, the timing varies depending on your needs and budget, not mine.
With all that being said, I have found that the majority of clients’ needs are met in 6-12 sessions.
I charge $120 for each full-hour coaching session.
I don’t have upfront costs or sell packages or one size fits all programming. (Most coaches offer packages. In my experience those packages benefit the coach, but not you. That’s why I no longer use them!)
I accept payment by via Square and will provide all the details you need once we begin our work together.
Poorly trained coaches often make claims and promises that are unrealistic. They assert that their one size fits all program will fix you. And yes, that is nothing but claptrap.
I use evidence based research and tools that have a proven track record for helping you make and maintain the changes you desire. Together we’ll use these tools to help you look at your past, find strategies to help you navigate the present and insight to transform your future.
If you’re in the Denver area and want to meet in person, please let me know. Otherwise we meet via Zoom, FaceTime or phone.
There are many benefits to coaching. To name a few:
- Improved habits
- New Behaviors
- Experiencing more purpose and meaning
- Improved time management
- Improved relationships
- More confidence
- Legacy awareness
- Decreased stress
- Improved health
- More joy
- Less burnout
- More effective leadership
- Inner calm
- More resilience
- Sustained results
- Greater happiness
I work with people who are in a transition. Including:
- Mid-lifers who are ready to make the next path they journey down awe-inspiring
- 30 somethings who feel stuck in their job or their relationships
- People looking to change jobs and careers
- Empty-nesters who are feeling adrift
- Young adults who are trying to make a decision about college
- People who are wondering if it’s time to transition out of a friendship or relationship
- Older adults who are getting ready to retire
- People who feel guilty for wanting more
- Parents who feel pulled in too many directions
- People looking for more meaning and purpose
I believe in the power of prototyping and taking action so I ask my clients to try things out between sessions so you’re making progress after every session.
At the end of each session, we’ll agree on specific activities that I refer to as “turtle steps” that are specifically designed to help you explore new possibilities in your life.
“Longing is how our soul speaks to us.”
If you’re wondering, “Is this all there is?” that’s your soul trying to get your attention.
The longing is not a reason to beat yourself up and feel guilty.
Wanting something different is your soul saying, “It’s okay to want to feel better.”
The longing is a reason to take a good hard look at your life and figure out what it is you need to feel happier.
Hiring a life coach is acknowledging that change is hard and asking for help is a way to get to where you want to go faster and easier.