What's the difference between coaching and therapy?
Therapy is about exploring, fixing and focusing on the client's past while coaching recognizes and honors the past but focuses on the present moment. Therapy is about diagnosing and treating mental illness. Coaches do not work with mental illness. Coaching focuses on strategies and solutions that takes clients from where they are to where they want to be. Coaching is a collaborative process that is solely based on the clients' wants and the clients' agendas.
How does coaching work?
Sessions are completely customized to meet your current needs and goals. I work one on one with clients once a week or more, depending on your need. Coaching sessions can be face to face or via telephone. The average length of a coaching relationship is approximately 3 to 5 months.
How do I get started?
When you contact me we will schedule an initial consultation to discuss the coaching process and design our working alliance. This free consultation is a longer-than-normal session where we determine whether we are a good fit for each other.
What if I'm not sure about coaching and want to try it out temporarily?
Most people sign up for about 3 months. If you don't see immediate measurable results in one month, then we can stop, with no questions asked.
What is the complimentary session about?
The complimentary session is a 30 minute session to give you a taste of what coaching can do for you. It is a chance for you to ask questions and to experience a short coaching demo.
How do you charge for your services?
Coaching sessions are scheduled for 45 minutes. Between coaching sessions, unlimited access to the coach is available via email support and text messaging. Brief phone calls between sessions are also available. All coaching sessions are paid monthly in advance by credit card, check or cash. For specific pricing and package information regarding group sessions, workshops, seminars, and retreats, please contact heartmindmatters at 954.384.6696
I invite you to contact me for a complimentary session.