Types of Coaching
Coaching focused on you as a healthy, whole person who needs support in life's challenges ranging from professional and personal issues.
Some areas of specialties include:
Trauma and abuse
Grief, loss and bereavement
Professional and educational goals
Social and interpersonal relationships
Health and wellness
Self-awareness and self-acceptance
First Responder Coaching
A specialty form of coaching designed for individuals who are first responders or who have worked in the profession.
First responders are individuals working in professions with repeated exposure to trauma, loss, death, and devastation causing them to frequently suffer from extreme levels of stress.
An additional focus is placed on balance in the life as a first responder as well as approaches specific to their employment in order to develop emotional wellness and mental resiliency to work-related stressors.
A specialty form of coaching that focuses on individuals whose work involves trauma or those who have been exposed to trauma in other areas of their life.
An additional focus is placed on trauma-informed approaches for symptom reduction and development of emotional wellness and mental resiliency.
The coaching environment seeks to provide support to move towards mastery of your particular situation; to find and learn ways to manage and to practice coping tools and new skillsets to help you move towards a life that you want. To learn to function and to create perhaps a calmer, more peaceful and enriched life.
I offer a variety of different types of coaching. I use flexible and various coaching delivery methods guided by the client’s needs and wants. My emphasis is on resiliency and whole person coaching, which emphasizes the interrelatedness of all aspects of life to promote overall well-being of contentment, vivacity, balance, and success.
Couples Resiliency Coaching
The focus of couples coaching is to help one or both partners in a relationship to improve in areas such as communication, personal growth, understanding each other, or responding to needs better.
In coaching, you set your relationship goals to get the results you desire for the future and take action to change your life and your relationship.
Couples coaching is more about assessing and adapting your habits in the present so you can get results you want in the future – whether that’s fixing something in the short term or working towards something big over the long term.