I help women who are burned out from stressful work environments find meaning and joy in their career and life.
life and career coaching & coping with stress
Your journey towards the path of self-discovery begins here.
The relationship between a coach and client is Co-Creative, meaning that we are equals and both have an active role. I am not a therapist, counselor, or a consultant. I am a trained coach using honed communication skills to support you as a detached thinking partner. Together we create more power for you to effect meaningful change and take dynamic actions towards your goals. coping with stress
The most crucial part is for you to name what you would like to take away from the session.
- Come to your session centered and ready to engage.
-Give me feedback in the moment of your coaching experience- what works, as well as what does not.
- I will listen closely to you, respond to what I hear and ask questions. If I hear something in your voice or language that sparks an intuitive thought, I’m likely to ask you about it. Often, it is the small moments that bring about BIG shifts. If I'm not on target, just tell me. I'm not attached to being right.
- At the end of the session, if you do not mention what actions you are ready to take, I will make a coach request. I ask clients to stretch themselves, deepen the work done in the sessions by writing, taking some action, resolving relationships or things that feel incomplete. You are free to negotiate, accept or decline.