Work Life Balance
Balancing work and life can be challenging. Working with a coach is a reliable way to improve life experiences. We expect a lot of ourselves, and others seem to have it all together. But do they really have it all together, or are they afraid to let someone know they need to talk to a professional coach?
The way a person feels and what they are concerned about is important because those signals identify what’s wrong. The sooner one can talk to a qualified professional, the sooner they can improve a healthy life.
Our executive coaching services help companies and individuals reflect on career goals, improve self-awareness, gain insight on potential, and serve as a conversation partner for change. Executive leaders and teams who want to:
- Improve performance at work.
- Prepare for advancement at work and in professional life.
- Improve organization objectives and work effectively with others to achieve positive gains within the organizational structure.
Life coaching: Scaffolding the progression of life
In life, we all need a little help discovering the path we aspire to take. Goals are often set, but we struggle with getting from point A to point B.
We work with clients to identify strengths and weaknesses and overcome obstacles holding back growth and balance in personal and professional life. Let us focus on what is happening now in life, pinpointing resistance to change and bridging the gap to a successful life.
Whole Health Coaching
Our whole health coaching services help clients achieve individual health and wellness goals through a whole help perspective, improve nutrition choices, manage stress and anxiety, and implement long-term habits. We work with clients to take a holistic approach to change their views about food, relationships, career, spiritual well-being, and all life areas impacting lifestyle practice.
Have you ever wished for a parent manual? If only children came with instructions, parenting could be much easier. That’s a thought that most parents have had at some point in their lives.
Life does not prepare one for parenting. Individuals’ experiences are different; some had parents that set a good example. But others grew up in homes where the dynamic between child and parent was anything but functional or consistently loving.
Regardless of being raised in a loving environment, you can never be fully prepared to handle sticky situations with your own children. You never really know what behavioral challenges your child may wind up struggling with and how those will affect your other children and the family as a whole.
This is where parenting coaching comes in.
Coaching is a bit different from traditional psychotherapy or counseling in that its focus is more goal-directed. Whereas traditional therapy may have you spend weeks exploring past events to recognize how they have contributed to current moods and behaviors, parenting coaching helps you choose a goal (get my child to do their homework without a daily tantrum) and offers tried and true techniques to help get the outcomes you desire.
Who is Parenting Coaching For?
Parenting coaching is for any parent that wishes to resolve behavioral struggles with their children. These struggles can include typical daily struggles such as:
- Morning routines
- Homework struggles
- Sibling bickering
But coaching can also help with more demanding behaviors that push the parent’s skillset. These include:
- Dealing with a strong-willed child
- Getting a picky eater to eat
- Engaging with an angry or defiant teenager
- Guiding a child with Attention Deficit issues
A coach is that person in your corner that offers the best tools to reach the goals you’ve set and cheers you on as you do the work and take the necessary steps. We are here to support you through the journey.