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"Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
- Brené Brown



Where therapy is often a complicated process of teasing apart thought patterns, life coaching is more practical and goal-oriented. If you’re going through a career transition, moving states, experiencing a midlife crisis, or facing a health challenge, life coaching can help you evaluate the situation, create an action plan, and break down big dreams into achievable goals to help you start working towards your new life.

We’ll begin with a consultation to see what specific areas of your life you want to focus on and identify whether or not I am the right fit to help you achieve these goals. If we decide to work together, we’ll meet weekly for ten weeks with the option to continue on an a la carte basis if you need a little extra guidance on your journey.

While each session includes a daily accountability check in and general reflection, below you'll see an outline of what each of these ten weeks tend to focus on. Each person's journey is different, though, so this may not be completely accurate to your experience.

Week One: Intake, assessment, and system identification

Week Two: Planning your path

Week Three: Getting started & identifying obstacles

Week Four: Overcoming obstacles

Week Five: Assessment of behavioral system achievement

Week Six: Assessment of cognitive system achievement

Week Seven: Building identity-based habits

Week Eight: Experiencing and sustaining growth

Week Nine: Final assessment of behavioral system achievement

Week Ten: Final assessment of cognitive system achievement

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