If not now…then when?
The best way to understand coaching is to get coached!
I offer a free sample session to anyone interested in moving into
a more fulfilling and balanced place in life.
Sessions are generally 3 times a month and average around 45 minutes in length.
My fee is $175.00 per session. The first criteria though is not money but commitment so in some cases I will work on a sliding scale. I ask for a minimum commitment of
3 to 4 months, as well as a minimum of 2 sessions a month. With that in mind, you can design the session plan that serves you best. Let’s start breaking down some walls... and opening up some doors!
"Follow your Bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls"
- Joseph Campbell
I am a one-on one coach. I believe in this work with all my heart and soul.
This Co-active coaching relationship is a marriage of a kind and is not for the faint of heart!
If you truly "show-up" for yourself then miracles can and will happen!
Dive in and take a free sample session!!
Personal and professionaL Coach
I came into coaching as one of its first clients back in 1988. I was one of the first members of Actor’s Information Project (AIP) in New York City. It was an organization developed to support actors in the business part of “Show Business.” It’s founders were people like Henry Kimsey-House. Henry’s name is inextricably linked to the world of coaching. Back in 1992, Henry founded Coaches Training Institute (www.thecoaches.com) with Laura Whitworth and his wife Karen Kimsey-House, whose earlier collaboration with Thomas Leonard had given rise to coaching as an industry. This is where I trained and received my certification.
Back in 1997 I hired my own personal life coach. She was one of Henry House’s first official trainees in the then newly developing “Co-active Coaching” model. I was again reminded of the amazing power and limitless possibility that the coach/client relationship offers.
I have also been a professional actress and singer/songwriter for over 20 years, and as such have also held down a mind-boggling array of jobs to support my creative habits. (Cop, cab-drive, car sales, real estate agent, house painter/tile layer, chamber maid, waitress, executive assistant, singing telegrams, courier and fitness trainer to name a few!) My training as a professional actress and musician, combined with the training that comes along with the multitude of jobs I have had, has given me many of the “life” skills I now use in my coaching practice: Focused listening, clear and honest communication, the ability to relate to all kinds of people/professions and living in the powerful questions of “who am I?”, and “who am I becoming”? There is one more important skill that all good coaches possess, and that is the ability to “dance in the moment” [a CTI cornerstone] with a client and with myself in the ongoing quest for, and creation of, a fulfilling and balanced life.