The Most Successful Ask for the Most Support
Over the years working with folks, I’ve noticed that the most successful clients I have are the ones who ask for the most help. They know when to ask for support, whether it’s during a major life change or regular check-ins that keep them feeling grounded and oriented. I’ve also noticed from a Human Design perspective that the clients who prefer the longer term work are all emotionally defined. They understand the value of doing the work and that making a commitment to the work opens up a space for transformation.
We use all the tools in my toolkit (EFT, Human Design, Family Energetics, Family Constellations, plus more) to support you in a significant life change or process. And it’s not just about the tools. The experience is truly a collaboration and co-creation of what you need and who you are with who I am and what I offer.
What It Feels Like
My heart sings every time I read these beautiful words from one of my dearest clients:
“You have been a soul confidant, a deeply intuitive listener and guide, and a long needed and sought after facilitator of healing for my once battered and wounded soul. Sometimes our deepest, most desperate cries must of necessity be silent – without a voice, without words – because the act of giving them voice and words diminishes their potency. I have had for years a deep voiceless, wordless prayer – an almost primal desire for connection and resolution, a deep aching need to somehow bring unity to the fragments of my soul. And that prayer began to be answered when I literally stumbled upon a video about EFT and then found your EFT videos and website.” ~ Yael, Israel
What It Looks Like
Integrative Coaching involves coaching over a time period, normally, between three and twelve months. I often recommend we start off meeting weekly and then move to every two weeks. Email me to discuss what you are looking for and we can design a program for you.
- Folks who want to address some long standing patterns.
- Folks going through a significant life change such as relocating, changing careers, or changing relationships.
- Mothers who want to quickly and radically improve their relationships with their children.