What I Help With

Life Coaching

How is a Life Coach Different from a Therapist?

Emotional healing may be a natural benefit of working with a life coach, but healing something is not your focus. A good rule of thumb is that if your issues are disrupting your personal or professional life, you should consider therapy instead.

The outcome of coaching is enhanced life skills, greater balance, increased confidence…leading to more fulfillment. The end result is geared toward making your present and future life more productive and satisfying.

  • Do you feel like something is missing, even though your life is mostly good?
  • Do you struggle to fully accomplish your goals?
  • Are your hopes, dreams and aspirations simply ill-defined?
  • Is shaky self-confidence or fear of failure holding you back?
  • Do you have a vision but no clear plan of action?
  • Are you ready to switch your focus to finally achieving your potential?

Much like a personal trainer at the gym helps you to maximize your physical potential, I will help keep you motivated and help keep you accountable. Together, we keep you on track in pursuit of your goals and dreams.

Lots of folks will call themselves a life coach. What sets me apart is my education, my experience, my psychotherapeutic background and my approach. I offer convenient online life coaching sessions, so reach out today

“If you’re looking for someone to simply tell you what to do, that’s not me. I don’t have the answers for what’s right for you – but you do. Together, we can uncover the answers to the questions you have about your potential”

If you are ready to move beyond those things that have held you back, let’s schedule a time to talk so you can get a good sense of me and if I feel like someone who you can work with.

Reach out and connect with me for 10 minutes.

Let’s talk about what’s going on with you and together we will work to help you feel better.