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Life Coaching

Transpersonal coaching is a collaborative process between the coach and the client with the goal of attaining personal growth and mastery in the areas of mind, body, emotions, creativity, spirituality, and community. Unlike psychotherapy, you do not need to have a diagnosable behavioral health condition to benefit from coaching. Each meeting, you choose the focus of the coaching conversation, while the coach listens and contributes observations and questions. This interaction creates clarity with the goal of moving you into action. Coaching accelerates your progress by providing greater focus and awareness of choice. Coaching concentrates on where you are now and what you are willing to do to get where you want to be in the future.  A coach and client are partners. A coach does not relate to the client from a position of an expert, authority, or healer.  It is intended that you do not leave coaching with a perception that you need to rely on a coach in order to produce similar results in the future. Empowerment and independence are core value of my coaching philosophy. 

Examples of life coaching topics include, but are not limited to: 

  • Envisioning life purpose 

  • Expressing authenticity 

  • Improving interpersonal relationships 

  • Improving and enhancing wellbeing 

  • Enhancing communication skills 

  • Developing organizational skills 

  • Gaining self-confidence 

  • Expressing creativity 

  • Connecting with community 

  • Nurturing spirituality 

  • Empowerment in your own life 

  • Expressing courage and fearlessness 

Relationship Coaching

Relationship coaching focuses on the skills and abilities that nurture a strong, rewarding, and mutually satisfying relationship. Relationship coaching is appropriate for high-functioning individuals that are looking to build on existing strengths, clarify joint goals, and work collaboratively towards a shared vision of the future. 

Relationship coaching can be used for intimate, familial, or professional relationships, such as business partners.  

NOTE: Relationship coaching is not appropriate if you are experiencing emotional pain, abuse, or problems that are more suited to the work of marital or couples therapy.


Examples of relationship coaching work includes, but is not limited to: 

  • Creating a shared vision of the future 

  • Improving communication skills 

  • Understanding and working with personality differences 

  • Creating balance between alone time and couples time 

  • Exploring and navigating religious, ethinic, or cultural differences 

  • Creating effective support structures with family, friends, and community 

  • Enhancing spiritual connection 

  • Building strong and effective relationship skills 

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