Navigating Life's Transitions with Coaching
Unlocking Clarity and Purpose
As you navigate your life, there is a lot to juggle, both in your personal and work life. Along the way, somehow, you have lost the clarity of purpose or meaning in your life or you are facing a difficult transition. You are struggling, uncertain, or confused about your relationships, finances, physical or mental health, family, parenting, spirituality, or any other important area of your life.
You don’t know why or when it happened, but you are unhappy with an aspect of your life, you feel unfulfilled, lack focus, can’t get organized, and can’t find the discipline to move forward. You are simply put – stuck.
While you could pursue a therapist, your intuition tells you to reach out for a different kind of support – the support of a Coach. But what’s the difference?
Why work with a coach vs a therapist?
Coaches focus on your strengths, your present, and your future.
As your Coach, I will work with you to bolster what’s working well in your life. I will offer you an objective perspective, useful strategies for growth and change, accountability, and support to tackle your current personal growth or professional development focus.
Much like one might seek the support of a personal trainer to get into physical shape, one might seek the support of a Coach to focus on goal setting and develop strategies to improve personal, physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and professional well-being.
As your Coach, I will help you set meaningful goals and identify strategies for successful implementation. I can help you get unstuck, help you think outside the box. I can help you identify your passions, purpose, and unique skills. I can help you examine limiting beliefs and shift from a fixed-mindset to a growth-mindset.
An Important distinction – Therapists often focus on your past with a focus on your traumas, problems, and dilemmas. A therapist or mental health counselor can diagnose or treat mental health conditions. You would hire a therapist or mental health counselor to work through significant traumas experienced throughout your life.
Going into therapy is a better choice for you if you have experienced a trauma or are suffering from old emotional wounds or traumatic issues from childhood. It might be beneficial to see a therapist before working with a Coach so that you can work on more significant mental health needs that Coaches do not typically address.
As your Coach, I will be fully present, deliberate, and invested in you and your growth.
I will help you move forward. I am steeped in the practices of Positive Psychology, skilled at asking insightful questions & creating connected relationships. I will help you take calculated risks, create a meaningful personal & work-life, and grow into your best self.