What is coaching?

Coaching is a systematic, structured process through which a coach and a client partner together to work on client's goals. 

How is coaching different from therapy?

Therapists work with clients who have mental health issues to resolve the way their past is affecting their lives today.  A therapist is an expert who decides on the course of treatment and proposes clinical methodologies.

Coaches work with clients who are creative, resourceful, and whole individuals.  Coaches create a structured and supportive process through which their clients can focus on accomplishing their future goals through

- gaining insight into their situation

-  identifying and overcoming obstacles 

- developing specific action steps for moving forward. 

I have a mental health condition. Can I be in coaching?

Yes. If you do not have a therapist, it is possible that after getting to know you and working with you for a while I will suggest also seeing a therapist, or will insist that it is necessary in order to continue coaching.

If you are under treatment with a mental health professional, I will request to be able to communicate with them as needed for coordination and for your benefit. 

who do you coach?

 Parent Coaching:

Parents who are raising children on the spectrum and with related profiles, ADHD and related profiles, sensory processing disorder, and other related conditions. Your child does not have to have a formal diagnosis. Click here to learn more.

 Autism coaching:

High school students, college students, and adults of any age. You do not need to have a formal diagnosis. You can also have other conditions. Click here to learn more.

 ADHD coaching:

High school students, college students, and adults of any age. You do not need to have a formal diagnosis. You can also have other conditions. Click here to learn more.

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