Do the Work You Are Meant to Do
Coaching for moms* in transition
Take a deep breath and imagine that you have found work that complements your role as a mom.
I coach moms to connect with their inner guidance to discover the fulfilling work they are meant to do. The modern workplace wasn't created with the reality of motherhood in mind, and the limitations many working mothers find themselves face-to-face with in the working world even has a name: the maternal wall. The limits mothers experience in the realm of work are very real, and also create internalized limitations that reinforce the wall. My coaching can help you to dissolve your internalized limitations and assumptions, and open up a new world of possibilities.
Don't get me wrong, the maternal wall is a very real experience, and I believe we can all work together to dissolve it from many angles.
Here are some ways to know if you could benefit from my support:
- You want to return to work after an extended absence, and you are overwhelmed by or scared of the process.
- You are chronically overworked.
- You feel out of place where you work.
- You want more fulfillment from your work.
Together we will work to help you gain clarity, direction, courage and a deep sense of purpose to uncover a new world of working possibilities.
We are likely a good fit for each other if one or more on the list below sounds like you!
- You are strongly committed to creating change in your life, and you are willing to be held accountable.
- You believe that sustainable change comes from the inside.
- You are deeply inspired by nature.
- You enjoy playfulness and creativity.
- You love to bring seemingly disparate ideas together.
- You are simultaneously driven and very thoughtful.
- You are turned off by busyness as a status symbol.
There are boundless potential outcomes of our work together. Past clients have discovered a new calling, created ways of working that allows them more time with their family, realized they don't have to go back to school to get what they want, deeply owned their sense of purpose that serves as a guiding north star -- just to name a few. The fulfilling work transformation you create will be unique to you!
*My program is designed for moms, but works for anyone who wants to transform their limitations.
Here's how it works: I offer a complimentary 30-45 minute informational interview for every prospective client by phone. I will give you a taste of what it is like to be coached, and you can ask me any questions you have about what I offer: a transformative program that is designed to identify, experiment with, and integrate the fulfilling change you seek.
If we decide we are a fit for one another, I will send you an agreement for you to sign along with the information for our foundational session. I will ask that you return the agreement and pay before we begin.
COACHING, PSYCHOTHERAPY, AND CONSULTING: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Typically the difference between a coach and a therapist is that coaches focus on moving forward toward a desired change, and psychotherapists focus on healing the wounds of the past, with both practices utilizing knowledge of human behavior, motivation, behavioral change, and interactive counseling techniques. People who seek coaching are generally in good health and want to accelerate their personal growth, gain clarity, and deepen their relationship with their inner guidance. In contrast, psychotherapy is a health care service people seek out to restore their emotional selves back to health, and frequently reimbursable by insurance. Consultants are experts in a particular field who you hire to help you solve specific problems. A coach will never presume to be an expert on your life.
Coaches are not subject to government oversight. As a commitment to my clients and my integrity I adhere to the International Coaching Federation's Code of Ethics.