Coaching > Life
Balance a successful career as a single parent
0 hour 55 minutes
Finding a balance between maintaining a successful career and being a present parent is challenging. But when circumstances leave you as the sole parent and provider for your children, the burden can become almost too heavy to bear. I understand the struggle, as I’ve had to maintain and rebuild my own career while remaining active in my children’s lives after the loss of their father. While the road is paved with many obstacles and challenges, I now know that it is possible to balance a successful career while still putting the needs of your family first.
I’ve traveled the path, and I am confident that I can help you navigate your own. You don’t have to choose between your career and your children. Allow me to show you how to ensure both will flourish and thrive.
Every new client must fill out an Intake Form and a Release and Waiver of Liability form.
Intake Form: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fcgvkq7ypfeqlaj/IntakeForm-CoachingClient.docx.pdf?dl=0
Q: Do you have a cancellation policy?
A: You get 50% back of all unused sessions.
Q: Can I reschedule?
A: Yes. You can reschedule up to two sessions at least 24 hours before the scheduled session.
Q: What will coaching do for me?
A: Coaches work in partnership with their clients to help them come to a clear understanding of their deepest desires for their own lives. Coaches support their clients in defining and taking action toward their most important goals, breaking patterns that have previously stopped them from making progress. Coaching is an action-oriented, forward-focused process designed to support clients reach certain specific benchmarks over a set period of time. It views clients as already whole, equipped with what they need to create the change they’re seeking.
Q: How is coaching different from counseling or therapy?
A: Coaching is not counseling or therapy, where the counselor or therapist helps a client identify and heal from old trauma, and it’s not consulting, where the consultant offers advice and instructions. However, through coaching, many clients uncover areas of life that need attention and trigger a deeper healing process. I will always refer you to a licensed therapist/ counselor if I believe it would be for your benefit. Coaching is not a replacement for psychotherapy.