What is a certified wellness coach?
A certified Coach has behavior change training and will share tools you need to achieve your goals.
What types of people work with me?
Physicians, bankers, and executives describe a few of my clients. They are leaders dedicated to work, who seek a healthier, more balanced life.
How will coaching help?
Coaching results vary depending on what you want to focus on such as successful career transitions, or improving your health and relationships. Life can be simpler rather than complex.
What happens in a coaching session?
At the start, you’ll share what you are committed to accomplishing and we will create a plan to achieve your goals. Periodically, you’ll have assignments to help direct your progress.
Do I really need a coach, can't I just do it by myself?
Just as you may hire an accountant to help with your taxes, you can benefit from having an expert in behavior change and building habits. A Coach offers an objective perspective to help you realize your patterns and habits.
How is coaching different from therapy?
Coaching is distinct from traditional therapy as it is not designed to address psychological issues. The primary focus of coaching is to help you identify your goals and develop constructive habits and skills.
How long do people generally work with a Coach?
I suggest clients make an initial three-month commitment. At the end of the three months, we will evaluate progress and discuss options for continued coaching.
Is coaching confidential?
Absolutely. Our discussions are private and your personal information is always protected. However, our discussions are not privileged for legal purposes. The privilege of confidentiality for clergy, therapists and attorneys is not granted to coaching professionals.