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Coaching

Coaching Programs

We offer coaching programs that are highly personalized and effective. Choose between 5, 8, or 11-week programs depending on your goals, time, and budget. Sessions take place once a week on Zoom and are 50 minutes long. All coaching sessions between the Coach and Client are confidential. We are available 5 days a week including afternoons, evenings, and weekends for your convenience. 

All programs begin with an assessment to understand your needs and goals, and from there we tailor the program specifically to you.

We have programs available for:

  • Teen Girls (ages 13-19)
  • Young Women (ages 20+)
  • Moms (all ages)

Teen Girls (ages 13-19):
Middle school. High school. College. These are very challenging years, full of pitfalls, and how you navigate these years will have a huge impact on the rest of your life. We give you a safe, confidential space where you can be real about what's going on, and we'll help you overcome the obstacles and find solutions that work in order to reach your goals, create the life you want to live, and thrive.

Teen girls come to us for help in many areas, including:

  • self-esteem/confidence
  • stress/anxiety/coping
  • friendships/relationships
  • self-identity/self-worth
  • body image issues
  • family dynamics/parent relationships
  • school transitions (middle, hs, college)
  • motivation/goal achievement
  • substance abuse/self-harm
  • academic success
  • college and career planning
  • and many more

Young Women (ages 20+):
College, career, relationships, finances, family… life is in session, and there’s a lot to figure out. Are things going according to plan? Do you have a plan? Are you lost or stuck? Together we’ll do a deep dive to see what you need, what you want, and how to get it, so you can step into your personal power, maximize your potential, and live a meaningful life full of purpose and prosperity.

Young women come to us for help in many areas, including:

  • college and career planning
  • recovery from toxic family dynamics
  • life transitions, autonomy, self-sufficiency
  • relationships w/friends, roommates, coworkers
  • stress management/self-care
  • negative thought patterns and behaviors
  • healthier lifestyle choices/decision-making
  • focus, motivation, productivity
  • confidence/self-esteem/self-identity
  • navigating dating, romance, marriage
  • future and family planning
  • and many more

Moms (all ages):
Parenting is a high-stress, high-demand job that requires a great deal of self-management, stress-management, and self-development if we’re to do it well and raise thriving, resilient children. As moms, we tend to take care of everyone else around us first and ignore our own needs. It’s crucial that we find balance while enhancing our approach to parenting, family dynamics, and our relationships with our children.

Moms come to us for help in many areas, including:

  • understanding your child's needs and goals
  • parenting in alignment w/each stage of child's development
  • stress management/self-care
  • confidence as new parents
  • advocating for yourself and what you need
  • maintaining a healthy relationship with your child’s father
  • modeling healthy choices and behaviors
  • dealing with challenging relatives and in-laws
  • identifying/eliminating toxic patterns carried over from childhood
  • transitioning from full-time parent to empty nester
  • positive family dynamics that last a lifetime
  • and many more

How to Get Started

Step 1: Schedule and complete your free 20-minute phone consultation (required for all new clients);
Step 2: Select your coaching program, add it to your cart, and check-out (New Client Welcome Packet w/scheduling instructions will come via email);
Step 3: Sign and return your new client forms; schedule your coaching sessions using our online calendar per the email instructions.

What to Expect

Session 1: This is our intake session. We will go over your intake forms, set goals, and start the coaching process.
Sessions 2-4/2-7/2-10: These are your full coaching sessions, where we will work through the goals you set during intake.
Final Session: This is our closing session where we will review all the progress you've made and design next steps for continued growth.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Do I need coaching or therapy? What are the differences? 
A. Here's an overview of the primary differences in order to help you decide:

Coaching vs. Therapy - What's the Difference?

Coaches and therapists share a common goal - to enhance well-being and outcomes for those they serve. Some therapists are also coaches. Some coaches are also therapists. Deciding which is the best fit for the client depends on their needs and goals. Keep in mind, the same client may work with a therapist and a coach to address different needs and goals. It doesn't have to be a question of one or the other. Here's an overview of the primary differences:

Client's Needs

Therapy: The patient is struggling with dysfunction related to psychological issues, concerns, or symptoms that interfere with daily tasks.
Coaching: The client is functional and does fine with daily tasks. The client is considered psychologically normal and copes well enough.

Therapy: The patient needs help coping, alleviating pain, or distress related to trauma, disorders, or illness.
Coaching: The client wants to be better, grow, or set and achieve higher goals.

Therapy: The patient wants to work through the problems and get back to normalcy.
Coaching: The client wants to improve performance, relationships, or life satisfaction.

Therapy: The patient is looking for a mental health professional to help them overcome and live well again.
Coaching: The client is looking for a success partner to help facilitate the next level of growth, advancement, or change.

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"If we observe genuinely happy people, we find that they do not just sit around being contented. They make things happen. They pursue new understandings, seek new achievements, and manage their thoughts and feelings." - Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky