COACHING

Everyone is unique in their life journeys and so too are the paths that help them create change in their lives. Coaching is perfect for those seeking specific recommendations, suggestions, directives, and skills in particular contexts such as professional, life, and marital. Some examples of coaching situations include: couples wanting to briefly consult about what they can do to prepare themselves for long-lasting relationships; couples that want to discuss how to be on the same page with respect to finances; families requesting guidance about parenting; individuals that are concerned with issues of “failure to launch;” professionals who are keen to find ways of increasing their productivity and efficiency; organizations who are looking to improve their profits, retain their executives, and create an atmosphere of creativity, work satisfaction, and a sense of ownership; and those wanting to go beyond the traditional boundaries between employees and management. The principles involved in coaching are similar to those in psychotherapy and the change realized can be as dramatic.