Coach Vs Therapist:
Life coaches aim to motivate, offer emotional support, and create confidence in their clients. Many life coaches focus on creating a new life path in order to achieve goals, whereas therapy sometimes looks into emotional resolutions to past problems in order to move forward. - Counseling Today. Jan 3, 2016
I've found that most of my clients enjoy being involved in the decision making, which is why my approach is a very collaborative style, with individual plans specific to each clients personality and strengths. No two women are the same, therefore, no two plans are the same.
We design your individual plan together:
Through excellent listening and questioning skills, we are able to extract critical motivators, goals, and deep-seeded ambitions. A natural ability to quickly bond with clients from different backgrounds, and lifestyles, enables them to open up and acknowledge their ambitions. Together we develop individual milestones to reach their goals.
Inspirational and encouraging, we plan with you to challenge, celebrate breakthroughs and achievements, and provide ongoing interactive review of current, past, and future milestones.
You can be assured that you are not crammed into a one-size-fits-all coaching model. By having an empathetic, knowledgeable, and approachable Coach, you can reach the ultimate goal of unlocking that which holding you back from being able to: Embrace Your Best Life.
We're in this together
Relationship and Trust.
Asking Questions and Curiosity.
Listening and Intuition.
Feedback and Awareness.
Suggestions and Simplification.
Goals and Action Plans.
Accountability and Accomplishments.
What I know for sure and learned unfortunately the hard way, Is that I was too afraid to ask for help when I needed it the Most. Don't let your fear hold you back any longer. I hear YOU I'm here for YOU!