Are you tired of feeling sick and tired?
Having difficulty managing stress?
Are you ready to make some changes in your life but not sure
where to start?
As a nurse and health coach, I believe in a holistic
approach to health and wellness. We will
examine all areas of your life and how they interact to affect your health and
well-being. My approach is always customized. With an emphasis on healthy eating, managing
stress, improving sleep and increasing activity, the core of my work is
centered on forming new habits. I will partner with you and together we will set concrete, achievable goals. I will
provide you with the skills and tools to facilitate healthy behavior change and
bring your life back into balance. I
create a safe, non-judgmental space for self-discovery as you progress through
a journey of change.
Coaching topics may include:
How does coaching work?
Each client receives a complementary 20 minute phone consultation before the initial coaching agreement is made. A minimum of 3 months of coaching is recommended in order to experience the benefits of health coaching. According to research, it takes a minimum of 3 months to develop a permanent change in habits. See coaching packages for available options.
You complete a confidential wellness assessment
Create the plan
Together we discuss the results of the assessment and create a customized wellness plan for you. You will leave the first session with a clear action plan and realistic goals that you can work on in a one or two week period of time. All goals are SMART (specific, measurable, action-based, realistic and time-lined).
Begin the change journey
Coaching sessions usually last 30 minutes to one hour,
although the first session is typically a little longer. Sessions occur once a week or once every other
week. They take place in person, over
the phone or via Skype. There is a
structure to the coaching session, but you, the client, set the agenda. During each session we discuss the previous
week’s goals. We brainstorm together to
manage any challenges or obstacles, and savor the successes. We then set new goals to work on for the next