TIME TO GROW

On paper your life might look fine, great in fact, but you're so busy with overthinking, overdoing and overwhelm that you're just not as happy as you think you should be, could be or want to be. You've had enough. You want something different. You want a sense of lightness, of calm and ease. You're ready to unearth the real you that's been covered up by years of life 'stuff' and tap back into the fun/confident/adventurous/creative you. You want joy, contentment and an inner self-trust. I look forward to meeting you!

 

FAQs

WHAT CAN WE COVER?

The best thing to do here is to book a coffee date with me as the places we could go with these sessions is almost endless, but let's talk about where you are and where you want to be and I’m sure that question will answer itself.
 

WHAT ABOUT CONFIDENTIALITY?

What happens in our sessions stays in our sessions.

We fully understand the value of your trust, and we take every precaution to safeguard it. I will provide you with a detailed description of the ethical code that governs every client-coach relationship I enter. This document not only places our standards before you in plain text, but also codifies our commitment to you, the client, and your progress. What happens in Vegas ...

HOW IS COACHING DIFFERENT FROM PSYCHOTHERAPY?

 

The differences between coaching and psychotherapy are:

  • Coaches focus on the future. Therapists focus on the past.

  • Coaches center their work around the belief that clients are healthy. Therapists utilize a framework that is based on pathology and illness.

  • Coaches work with the conscious mind. Therapists work with the unconscious mind.

  • Coaches’ work is often time-limited with specific desired behavioral outcomes. Therapists’ work is open-ended with “understanding” as the primary objective.

 

There are similarities between coaching and psychotherapy as well. They are:

  • Both are concerned with making concrete changes in your emotional state and life.

  • Both work to understand the self-limiting beliefs or behavior caused by thoughts and emotions that you may or may not be aware of.

  • Both practices help you grow, change and master your emotions.