A Unique Approach to Coaching
My coaching technique is not traditional coaching. It combines my training and experience as a doctoral level Clinical Psychologist and my 17 years of meditation practice. My sessions always incorporates experiential processes to help you have an embodied experience to accompany our intellectual, exploratory conversations.
Midlife is a great time for coaching. It's a perfect time to explore where you are in your life, what you feel called to experience, create, and/or do and what’s holding you back from getting there?
These are great questions to ask at any point in your life, but especially pertinent in midlife. By now, you’ve reached a point when living a life that you desire isn’t only a wish or future goal; it’s a necessity. The awareness of the swiftness of time and our undeniable aging beckon for change though the path to get there is less clear. The answers to these questions and the path require exploration, commitment, and processing, which makes them perfect topics for coaching.
Coaching is a collaborative process between me and you. It is as time to reflect with a partner whose job it is to listen, to be present, to help you see what you might not otherwise see, and to make intentional plans and commitments.
The coaching curriculum isn’t a set one. Rather, it emerges from our goals, strengths, aspirations, and our conversations. We will jointly design the learning process and it will evolve as you do. Coaching is a safe place to try on thoughts, ideas, and reflections.
The changes that come from coaching can not only make your personal journey more fulfilling and life affirming but also enrich those around you.