Schedule your complementary

30-minute coaching session

How does coaching work?

It's a little scary to try something new. It takes a LOT of trust to talk about personal things with a stranger. I fully understand and respect that. I work with my own coaches too, so I get it!

Here's the general outline that we will follow in every session:

  • We'll start by checking in - how are you, what's been going on in life?

  • I'll ask if there is something specific you want to talk through

  • We'll talk through those things. There will be

    • No judgement

    • No you-have-to sort of advice

    • No pushiness

  • As I have thoughts, questions, or want to clarify what I'm hearing, I'll ask before interjecting.

  • As we wrap up, I'll ask what has been helpful or useful to you. 

  • I'll ask what, if any, feedback you'd like to share with me. This helps me be a better coach for you - I get the chance to learn what you need and appreciate in our sessions. 

  • We'll schedule our next appointment, if that feels like the right next-step to you.

What does coaching cost?

Ah, the age-old question: can I afford to take care of myself? Legit - I like to know what I'm getting into before I commit too. 

Each session is 50 minutes

  • Three weekly sessions - total cost $375

    • You have one situation or personal blockade you are ready to ​face head on

    • You are able to commit to a month of self-study

    • You recognize that you could puzzle this out in a few months, on your own, but are interested in taking a more focused approach

  • Six weekly sessions - total cost $750

    • You have a large goal, question, or stressful situation to work through

    • You are able to commit to two months of self-study

    • You recognize that you could puzzle this out in a several months, on your own, but are interested in taking a more focused approach

  • Nine weekly sessions - total cost $1125

    • You have multiple goals, challenges, or habits you are ready to work through​

    • You are able to commit to three months of self-study

    • You recognize that you could puzzle this out in a year or two, on your own, but are interested in taking a more focused approach