Minimizing Effects of Adverse Experiences and Maximizing Resilience
Here are a few of the ways my life coaching can improve your well-being, confidence, and effectiveness while moving toward your best self:
Talking to someone you can trust: Talking to a professional coach trained to move you toward self-awareness and effective behaviors results in improved mental health. My
style is kind, thoughtful, relaxed, non-judgmental, yet perceptive, insightful, and encouraging. All interactions are private and confidential.
Talking to someone who knows the landscape: Research demonstrates that the relationship with your professional is more important than the theory or techniques used.
This truly sets my coaching apart. I relate to those with past adverse experiences. I have lived the transformation and thoroughly understand pain, anger, confusion,
acting out, underperforming, and self-sabotage. I understand why lingering problems may occur later in life. I have studied the growth process for decades and can communicate that process to
you in a short amount of time.
Turning shame into guilt: Instead of feeling bad about yourself you can instead feel regret over actions and behaviors you have exhibited. It is easier to
understand and forgive yourself for past actions than to forgive yourself for "being a bad person." I can coach you toward this goal.
Building resilience: Resilience is the ability to mentally or emotionally cope with a crisis or to return to pre-crisis status quickly. Together we can identify a dozen ways of
building your resilience. Once identified, you will be surprised at how many coping strategies you are already using in the coaching process -- without even thinking about it.