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It’s time to regain your confidence and finally thrive in the workplace.
In this call, we’ll get to know each other, and talk through your situation. I’ll explain how my coaching process works, and also answer any questions you might have.
During scheduling, you’ll be asked a few questions so I can prepare for our call. The more detail you provide, the better I can serve you. Anything you share is 100% confidential.
If we’re a good fit, we’ll discuss the next steps and set you up for one-on-one coaching. That’s your next step towards regaining your confidence at work!
Important things to know:
I’ve worked both as a coach and a therapist, and know the strengths and weaknesses of both disciplines.
Psychotherapy is recommended for the treatment of diagnosable mental disorders and trauma. Coaching, on the other hand, is for individuals who are mentally healthy and is designed to increase your level of performance (more on that answered in the question below).
In my work, I infuse coaching with psychology to get a holistic purview of your situation and craft highly customized action plans. I leverage my decades of research in psychology, human behavior, and professional development to help you face your blind spots and devise steps to change through a balance of introspection and action-taking.
This unique approach is one reason my clients find coaching with me more valuable and effective than therapy alone.
Coaching is akin to climbing a mountain with a Sherpa. The Sherpa guides the way and gives you tools to succeed, but ultimately you’re the one walking the path.
Coaching is best suited for those looking for hands-on support to achieve their goals. It provides the structure, accountability, and personal insights you need to take action and assess your progress.
Coaching isn’t for you if you want someone to tell you what to do, or do the work for you. As your coach, I’m here to support you in reaching your goals and leveraging your strengths. Your results with coaching depend on how much of yourself you bring to the process and how much work you’re willing to put in.
If you’re unsure that coaching is the next step for you, I invite you to book a call with me to find out. We’ll talk about you’re looking to achieve and whether coaching is what you need to get there or not.
If we determine we’re a good fit after a call, we’ll start with an in-depth assessment of the barriers holding you back from enjoying success without stress.
Based on this assessment, we’ll craft an action plan aligned with your goals and work through it in our sessions.
During our time together, we’ll meet on a biweekly basis for your sessions. There are three main components I work on with Sensitive Strivers, but the format and progression of the sessions is personalized to each client and their specific needs.
Most clients start to see early results in as little as two weeks. I’m 100% committed to you and will always bring my A-game to our sessions, but coaching isn’t a magic bullet. Your personal results will depend on how much of yourself you bring to the process and how much work you’re willing to put in.
This is how we ensure you’ll experience lasting change instead of a fleeting, superficial relief.
When we work together, no matter for how long, I’ll always be challenging you to continue developing your mental and emotional mastery. There’s no limit to how much you can grow, so there’s also no limit to how long our partnership can last.
Sessions are via phone or video. I don’t offer in-person sessions.
I serve clients around the world, and we’re always able to schedule sessions in a way that works for both of us.
Since you don’t need to leave home to join our sessions, scheduling is a lot easier!
Your package include unlimited email support between sessions to help you reinforce insights, implementing specific strategies, or navigate unexpected challenges.
Coaching isn’t covered by insurance, but may be tax deductible. Your employer may pay for coaching or reimburse you – ask me for more information!