Yes. A payment arrangement may be able to be be made, if necessary.
I accept PayPal and Stripe. If you prefer another payment type, let me know and we might be able to work something out.
I operate under a no-refund policy. Though, if there is a reason you cannot continue with the coaching agreement already in progress, let me know and an arrangement may be able to be made.
First, I would recommend reading everything on the main consulting page and making a judgement call for yourself whether or not you think I can help you.
If you think I can help you, you’ll need to fill out the client questionnaire and be as detailed as you need to be. This questionnaire helps me understand where you’re at and decide if I think we’re a good fit to work together.
Once you have submitted the questionnaire and I think we might be a good fit, you’ll get an email from me within 3-5 business days with a Calendly link on booking a FREE introductory call via Zoom video or audio. This call will likely run between 30-60 mins, depending on the situation.
During the introductory call, I’ll give you more detail about who I am and what I do, and I’ll also get more information about your specific dating / relationship challenge. You’ll also have the chance to ask me any questions you have before we move forward in the process.
By the end of the introductory call, if we’re both feeling good about working together, I’ll give you more info on the agreement form and how to process payment.
Once the agreement has been signed and payment has been processed, you’ll received a New Client Welcome Packet via email for your review, and then you can set up your first official coaching session with me.
Sure. While I focus mostly on working with women, I will coach men if it is determined they are a good fit.
Not at this time. I work with individuals for now, but coaching couples may be something I am open to in the future.
First, you should know that the coaching industry isn’t yet regulated by the government, so I recommend doing your homework. There are many people who may call themselves a dating and relationship coach, but few have professional training or credentials as a coach.
I’ve earned a certification through a program accredited by the International Coaching Federation, and I’m always practicing and working to improve on how I support and give value to my clients.
I’ve dedicated seven years as a writer focusing on dating and relationship topics, and spent ten years independently studying relationship dynamics between men and women.
I’ve also been successful in sustaining my own current relationship with my man for the last 15 years, since 2007.
Good question. The advice I offer in blog posts primarily gives you the What and the Why of a particular topic. In my consulting sessions, I’ll walk you through on the How.
For example, if I have a post titled “10 Boundaries to Set in a New Relationship,” that tells you what with the what being the boundaries. But if you want to know HOW to set those boundaries and do so in a way that is honored, that requires time with a mentor or coach in order to implement well.
The Academy of Creative Coaching as of October 2021, specialty in relationships. The ACC is a kickass program accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
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