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What would happen if you stopped for directions?

Are you at a point in your life where you don't really know where you are going? Or is the space that you are in now a challenging one? While some people believe in staying the course, there are those of us who want to know where we are going and get there faster. Stopping for directions can be the difference between a life of purpose and fulfillment vs a life lived at the mercy of someone else's desires.  

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Frequently asked questions

What is a coach?

A coach is a guide, a sounding board and a strategist. A coach helps you open up your map of the world and strategically explore where you want to go and how to get there most effieciently.

How will I know if coaching is NOT for me?

Coaching won't work if you are not ready to let go of your pain or are not open to exploring the plethora of solutions available through this process. Coaching is not for you if you are looking for a quick fix or are comfortable being a victim of circumstance. Coaching is not for you if you suffer from severe clinical disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar and autism, and rely heavily on prescriptive drugs. Please consult with your doctor or clinical health provider for further treatment.

What can I expect from a typical coaching session?

Each coaching session is designed specifically for you. While I have been trained in several coaching and therapeutic modalities, I coach the individual and not the modality. As you come with your unique set of circumstances, experiences from the past and beliefs, each coaching session will be tailored to the outcomes you want out of your life.

Who is life coaching for?

Coaching is for someone who is looking to: - Improve your relationships with your loved ones and co-workers - Change the way you feel about yourself - Build new relationships and connect to others, with ease - Overcome past trauma - Break repetitive patterns in your life so that you no longer have to wonder "why does this keep happening to me". - Increase your financial abundance. (earn more, change jobs) - Become aligned to your values and who you are as a person. - Discover your life's purpose - Shred your limiting beliefs - Learn to communicate well, so that you can get what you want conflict-free. - Become a better you

What is the difference between a life coach and a counsellor/psychologist?

I get asked this question all the time. While there is no diplomatically "right" answer, counsellors and psychologists listen, reflect and sometimes make suggestions to you. A life coach is like a football coach. A life coach is looking at your life and all of the different players in your game. The questions a coach asks are different and the outcome a coach seeks are collaborative and transformational. In essence, life coaching and conventional therapy are very different approaches to mental health and personal development. I became a life coach because I spent 4 years in conventional therapy taking tiny steps forward, only to discover that there are much faster ways to live happy, joyous and free.