Where The Change Happens

Coaching

What vision for your future do you see?
What do you desire to create?

You’ve done your best with what you know, but often that is not always satisfying. Break through what is normal or predictable for you with Where the Change Happens Coaching.

One To One Coaching

Just as athletes work with coaches to develop and maximize their potential in their sport, Where the Change Happens Coaching creates a partnership with clients to design sustainable processes and co-create practical exercises that support creating desired breakthroughs or achievements. 

Online Or In Person

Schedule your complimentary 30-50-minute conversation and discuss what you’re up to and what you would like to get from coaching. If you already have a coaching request, experience up to 1 hour of Where the Change Happens Coaching and begin your journey where change becomes transformation today.

After the Divorce:

Men's Group Coaching

Men have feelings too. Experience male community and group coaching with Where the Change Happens Coaching. We focus on supporting men after divorce in developing the next steps forward to reinvent themselves and acknowledge personal accountability to expand and move beyond what we brought into the relationship that did not have the outcome expected. Click below for more information about the newest support structure in men’s group accountability and create your PATH Forward today. 

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The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as "partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential."
Just as athletes consider the support of a coach, the extra edge the coach provides makes all the difference. By harnessing techniques based on core psychological principles and intuition, coaches empower clients and provide a toolkit of teachings to face challenges and overcome barriers confidently.
Coaches support creating the life you want and doing challenging work or exercises with intensity and focus, doing the uncomfortable things, putting yourself out there, and moving through life from a place of purpose, being the real you. Being who you want to be. Conversations access reflections of when your body is in one place and your mind is in another, disconnected, reacting, and not following through on your commitments.

Suppose you are always in survival mode and triggered, feeling stuck or stagnant at work, or find yourself living on autopilot, moving at the effect of other people, pretending to be someone you are not because of what society or the external environment expects you to be. Coaches can help build confidence, develop leadership skills, enhance decision-making, and assess your work/life balance. If, in any case, your heart has left the building, or you feel like you're forced into a situation, not being the way you want to be, closing off access to intimacy in a relationship, a coach could help you understand your love life removing obstacles/ barriers that once held you from creating deep, meaningful relationships.
An individual or team might choose to work with a coach for many reasons, including but not limited to the following:
  • Something urgent, compelling, or exciting is at stake (a challenge, stretch goal or opportunity)
  • A gap exists in knowledge, skills, confidence or resources
  • A desire to accelerate results
  • A lack of clarity with choices to be made
  • Success has started to become problematic
  • Work and life are out of balance, creating unwanted consequences
  • Core strengths need to be identified, along with how best to leverage them

People have managed just fine in the past without a life coach. So, nobody needs a coach, but many people want one. If you aren’t doing what you love to do, even if you are successful, you would benefit from some coaching. Are you doing what you most enjoy? Are you tolerating or putting up with anything? Is life easy, or are you struggling? Are you on the path to financial independence? Do you have what you really want?
Therapy frequently focuses on the past and generally assumes the client has a problem that needs solving; coaching focuses on the future and assumes the client is whole and has the innate wisdom and tools to have a wonderful life.

Clients generally seek a therapist as a resource to fix or eliminate their problems; clients seek a coach to assist them in getting more out of their lives or creating new possibilities.

Therapy clients generally see the therapist as the expert who holds the answers and techniques to fix their problems; coaching clients see the coach as a partner to support their growth and efforts to create an even better life than they have now.

In general, therapy has historically dealt with the client's past and some pain or dysfunction. Traditional psychotherapy focuses on the root of the problem, the history, the why of origin, and other causal issues. The helper's role is to bring the client to an adequate present or reasonable level of functioning (taking the dysfunction into consideration).

Coaching, by contrast, works with an individual who is already adequately functioning and moves him to a higher level of functioning. Theoretically, coaching focuses on the future, barrier identification, goal setting, planning, and creative action. Coaching works actively with the conscious mind to facilitate the client to step into a preferred future while living a fulfilling life in the present.

THERAPY Deals mainly with a person's past trauma and seeks healing.

CONSULTING Deals primarily with problems and seeks to provide information (expertise, strategy, structure methodologies) to solve them.

COACHING Deals mainly with a person's present and seeks to guide them into a more desirable future.
According to the International Coaching Federation (ICF) website, “Anyone can call themselves a coach. But ICF-credentialed coaches are professionals who have met stringent education and experience requirements, and have demonstrated a thorough understanding of the coaching competencies that set the standard in the profession. Additionally, they adhere to strict ethical guidelines as part of ICF’s mission to protect and serve coaching consumers.”
Coaching asks certain things, all of which begin with intention and each session may be unique. Coming with a coaching request supports answering two primary questions: What do you want to discuss? What do you want to take away from our conversation?

There are several types of sessions with varying durations:
• Introductory Session (one-time): 30-50 minutes
• Discovery Session (one-time): 1 hour
• General Sessions (most common): 1 hour

• Group Session (once monthly): 1 hours

• Check-up/Accountability Sessions (used once you are no longer an on-going
client but want to check in): 30 min

For individual coaching, the duration depends on what you want to achieve. Most people come to a Coach with a life-changing goal in mind. This may take as little as six sessions for some people, and it will be more for others. It is a very personal decision based on your individual goal. Once people start experiencing the benefits of coaching, they often choose to continue focusing on additional goals.

Men After the Divorce Group Coaching requires a 3-month commitment and 12 sessions. A 3-month commitment, amid regular life, allows each partner time to create lasting, healthy habits. Learn more about Men After the Divorce Group Coaching here.
For most clients, sessions will be by phone, making it convenient to fit coaching into your busy life. Zoom video chat and in-person sessions are also available. You will need a free Zoom account and will be sent a link or a number with your scheduling confirmation. For phone and video sessions, it is pertinent that these sessions take place while you are in a calm environment with no distractions (not driving in a car) so that you can focus on the conversation.
What happens in our sessions stays in our sessions.

I fully understand the value of your trust and take every precaution to safeguard it. I will provide a detailed description of the ethical code governing every client-coach relationship I enter. This document places my standards before you in plain text and codifies my commitment to you, the client, and your progress.

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