How does Life Coaching work?

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I believe you already have a wealth of experience and wisdom. I'm here to help you access that intuition. Together we will develop new skills, and hone tools already in your toolbox, so you can achieve the shifts you need to create a more fulfilling life.

How do I know if we're a good fit?

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I offer a free, 30 minute session, so we can get acquainted. This is a great opportunity for you to ask questions about the process and how I work. 

(And, if we're not meant to work together, I can offer referrals or recommendations.)

How does Spiritual Direction work?

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Each session is unique, based on your needs. When you schedule, I ask for 1-2 practices you find helpful with your inner work and whether there is anything you'd like me to know before the session. Each session is 60 minutes and we generally meet once a month...or whenever the Spirit moves you.

Do I have to commit to a program?

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Making big shifts in life rarely happens overnight. I ask new coaching clients to commit to 3 months, meeting every other week. for an hour. This gives us time to dig deep and make meaningful changes. Some clients reach their initial goals and shift further. Others take a little longer. Each journey is unique.

Why do you have "virtual" meetings?

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Although I'd love to meet all of my clients in person, most are spread across the country. Rest assured: This is not just another phone call! As we co-create the space and relationship, you will come to think we are sitting together - in a park, on the beach, at an office. If you have a safe, quiet space to sit comfortably, we're connect.

Do I have to do the "spiritual" stuff?

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In a word: No...

I've heard some people are concerned because I am both a Life Coach and a Spiritual Director. Just because I feel strongly called to do both, doesn't mean you are, and I respect that. I see these roles as separate crafts and I use the approach you request for our session. (Just imagine me wearing different hats for each role...)