"When you listen generously to people, they can hear the truth in themselves, often for the first time." -Rachel Naomi Remen
What is coaching anyway?
Different from consulting or therapy, coaching does not attempt to advise or "fix" you, nor does it analyze past events in your life. Rather, the coach works with you as a strategic partner to design and achieve positive changes in your life and career. Through the coaching process, you'll likely discover habitual thinking patterns that are holding you back, and re-write the old narratives that are currently producing unwanted results. As your own perspective shifts, you'll see new options and be able to clearly chart a course forward from where you are to where you want to be.
Why should I hire a coach?
Commonly reported outcomes from coaching work include improvements in professional satisfaction, work/life balance, financial stability, and overall wellness. As an artist, my specialty is helping you tune into your own innate creativity, an energy that I believe provides both foundation and guidance for deep, positive change in your life. This kind of creative empowerment integrates intellectual, physical, and emotional levels of awareness with a variety of practical focusing tools to move you steadily toward your vision.
How does it work?
A typical coaching contract lasts around three months, and includes weekly 75-minutes sessions scheduled at a regular time, either in person at my home office, or remotely via video conference. In some cases, a shorter or longer term coaching agreement is more appropriate. All sessions are private and confidential, and you will complete customized "homework" in between sessions based on your particular process and goals.
How much does it cost?
Depending on the time frame and frequency that is most appropriate for your situation, I will be happy to give you an accurate quote during your free 60-minute consultation during which we discuss your specific goals. If I don't think I'm the right coach for you, I'll be happy to refer you to someone else or recommend a book, article, or other resource to help you.