Answering your questions about coaching

Coaching is a tool for anyone who wants to make changes in their life... or to deal with the changes that are already here.
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Frequently asked questions

What's the differences between coaching and therapy? 

Coaching focuses on problem solving in the here and now. As a coach, I don't diagnose you.

Therapy often addresses mental health issues, and a therapist may offer a diagnosis. In therapy, you may work more deeply into feelings and address past events.

Here's a good explanation of the differences.

What kind of coaching do you offer? 

As a life coach, I work with you to make changes that will help you create the life you want to live. They may be small changes. Or they may be big ones.

Either way, I help you sort out what you want to do, how you want to do it, and provide accountability for actually getting it done.

As a coach, I don't provide the answers for you. What I do provide is a process for helping you find the answers you need.

How much does it cost? 

A single individual coaching session is $125. You may choose a monthly package of up to two sessions a month for $200. Longer term packages are also available.

While coaching is not covered by insurance, you may be able to use continuing education funds. Check with your business, church, or adjudicatory group.

Business packages are also available for  working with multiple team members. Talk with me about details.

Why should a business  invest in coaching for team members and leaders?

In this time of "The Great Resignation," attracting and keeping qualified people can be challenging. Investing in coaching is a way to go the extra step, demonstrating that the people who work with you matter to you.

Secondly, coaching can improve a team member's organization and communication. It can help them change habits and beliefs that get in the way of bringing their best selves to their jobs. 

Coaching means investing in your greatest resource: your people.
Have more questions?

Contact me to set up a free 30 minute call to explore what you need and how coaching might help.

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Especially for clergy

Ministry brings unique stresses and challenges. As an ordained Christian minister with over 35 years of experience in a variety of ministry settings, I bring an understanding of those challenges to our work.

Some clergy members are able to use continuing education funds for coaching.
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