Our philosophy of health & wellness: We believe that most people want to feel capable, confident, and enjoy life. Sometimes self-care habits get out of sync with those goals and we need help restructuring them. That’s what we do – investigate what’s holding you back, work with you to come up with realistic solutions, and support you in getting to the level of capability, confidence, and enjoyment that you seek. That help is a mix of many different things, but criticism/judgment/guilt are not on the list. You probably have plenty of those already, but compassion, understanding, and help removing obstacles are often in short supply. We’re ready to help – no time like the present to be the ideal you!

Goal-Oriented Process

Guiding clients to envision and pursue their aspirations with purpose, determination, and realism. Focus on clarifying client goals, developing actionable plans, and facilitating progress towards desired outcomes.

Establishing a goal-oriented process in coaching begins with an initial assessment to clarify the client’s objectives and motivations. Together, coach and client create meaningful goals that are realistic and approach-oriented. Exploring these goals in depth allows for a more nuanced understanding of their significance and potential obstacles. Next, an action plan is developed, breaking down goals into manageable steps and identifying necessary resources and support for implementation. Regular monitoring and accountability mechanisms are put in place to track progress and make adjustments as needed, fostering ongoing reflection and adaptation. Celebrating milestones along the way reinforces progress and maintains motivation, creating a supportive environment for clients to achieve their aspirations.

Client-Centered Approach

Prioritize client agenda, goals, and growth throughout the coaching process. Recognize the client as naturally creative, resourceful, and whole, and tailor coaching interventions to support their individual needs and aspirations.

A client-centered approach in coaching involves active and engaged listening, where coaches attentively reflect and empathize with clients’ thoughts and emotions. Through powerful questioning, coaches encourage clients to explore their own perspectives, aspirations, and solutions. Co-creating goals collaboratively ensures that clients’ objectives align with their values and priorities, fostering a sense of ownership and motivation. Respect for client autonomy guides coaches to refrain from imposing their own agendas, empowering clients to make their own decisions and choices. Constructive feedback and reflection provide opportunities for clients to gain insights and deepen their self-awareness, supporting their growth and development. This approach creates a supportive coaching environment where clients feel understood, valued, and empowered to achieve their goals.

Empowerment and Accountability

Foster client autonomy and responsibility by providing support, encouragement, and constructive feedback. Hold clients accountable for their actions and commitments, challenging them to stretch beyond their comfort zones and take ownership of their growth journey.

Developing empowerment and accountability in clients during coaching involves fostering trust and rapport, clarifying roles, and setting clear expectations. Together, coach and client co-create meaningful goals aligned with the client’s values and strengths. Exploration of motivations and resources drives purposeful action planning, while self-reflection encourages continuous learning and growth. Providing ongoing support and encouragement, coaches hold clients accountable for their commitments and celebrate successes along the way. Flexibility and adaptation ensure that strategies remain aligned with evolving needs, empowering clients to take ownership of their journey towards goal attainment.