Q. Are Marriage Counseling and Relationship Coaching the same thing?
A. No, they are not. Marriage Counseling is for couples who need a facilitator and a safe place to discuss their issues. Relationship coaching is for:
- √ single partners who want to form a new relationship
- √ committed partners who want to improve.
It’s about taking control of yourself in relationship and making a commitment to your happiness.
Q. What happens in a typical session?
A. I work with you to discover what is problematic in your relationship, and what blocks your happiness. Most importantly, we will identify any of your unhealthy beliefs together and go through a process to release them. This type of work is deep and effective, and works faster than traditional therapy. I also coach you to clarify and expand on your goals. We work together to come up with a personalized plan of action.
Q. What is it like to work over the phone?
A. Most people really enjoy the convenience, comfort and ease of coaching phone sessions. It means no time loss traveling to the therapist’s office, no traffic or parking hassles, and no waiting around. When you call at your scheduled time, I answer your call and we begin!
Q. What is included Relationship Coaching?
A. As your personal Relationship Coach, I am available to you for weekly coaching sessions, email updates, and brief phone support between sessions. There are coaching packages and programs available depending on your needs.
Q. How long will it take to reach my goals?
A. The time frame varies from person to person. The more action you take, the faster your progress will be. I will help you become clear on what you want and what you need to get there. Clients enjoy the coaching process and see how it moves them along rapidly compared to working on their own.