Is there a significant life transition or decision that you’re navigating?
Have you or you and your therapist identified actions that could improve your quality of life but you’re having trouble following through on your commitments?
Are you looking for guidance on how to integrate a meditation or mindfulness practice into your life?
And if you’ve already made some progress on your core relational and mental health issues, are you now ready to focus on what’s next?
As a licensed professional counselor in two states (Minnesota and Colorado), I have deep respect for these differences. If we determine that you would benefit from a therapeutic relationship vs a coaching engagement, and you do not reside in Minnesota or Colorado, I will recommend that you seek the services of a healthcare professional licensed to provide therapy in your state prior to our engaging in a coaching relationship.
Oftentimes, when facing personal and professional disappointments in life, we look to therapists and mental health counselors to help us make sense of our pain. These supportive figures can be extremely effective in identifying core traumas and stressors that lead to mental health symptoms (including anxiety, depressed thinking, irritability, agitation, and hopelessness) and other challenges. Many therapeutic approaches encourage us to take a step back to see exactly how we got where we are. A clinical diagnosis often guides the therapeutic process and allows insurance to cover a portion of the costs involved.
I aim to make our time together as productive as possible, working immediately to identify barriers and develop concrete solutions. We will begin by assessing whether life coaching is right for your current situation.
Because life coaches are not limited to state-by-state licensures, online coaching sessions are available to residents throughout the country. With your input, I will customize sessions to align with your unique goals and objectives.
Let’s Chart A New Path Together
Coaching can open your life to a sustained sense of resolution and new possibilities for the future. Contact Me to find out more about my approach as a coach and how I can help you achieve the life you want for yourself. And to learn more about the legal differences between Psychotherapy and Coaching, you can read this GoodTherapy article by Connor Jackson, JD.