As a pediatrician, I never felt there was enough time to talk to families about the issues they not only wanted to talk about but were facing in their lives – relationship challenges, work, family, school, sleep, balance in life. Niching out time to talk to families and help advise them became more and more of a priority over my 25 years in clinical practice and are the foundation for my coaching practice. Unlike medicine where sometimes only one treatment exists for a situation, coaching is unique and tailored to each person in each family. That’s the foundation of my coaching practice. You are your own person and your path is your own.
Traveling through life can be like going on a trip without a map. Most of the time, we all do fine and can tackle the ebbs and flows that come our way. Sometimes, though, our journey gets covered in fog and we become unsure of what path to take next. If that’s how you or someone in your family is feeling at home, work or in your relationships, coaching may be the path to explore.
Just as a sports coach helps players hone their skills and work within their team during the ups and downs of a season, we’ll work together to develop the best plan for you. This is your journey. Together, we’ll clear the fog.
Just as a sports coach helps players hone their skills and work within their team during the
ups and downs of a season, we’ll work together to develop the best plan for you. This is your journey.
Together, we’ll clear the fog.
Coaching may help you address issues in your home such as stress, behavioral issues, anxiety as well as logistical issues. Coaching helps you identify the areas of your life you value and helps you achieve you identify tools to solve the issues for yourself and your family. Whether you’re working on conflict, screen time, eating, anxiety, balance of activities, stress…coaching is a great way to find real world strategies to help you move forward.
A therapist works with you on emotional and mental health issues. Coaching works with you on life strategy and is nonclinical. If you need emotional and mental health support, a therapist can augment the work you do with your coach.
Coaching is not a healthcare service and does not provide clinical care. Coaching helps guide you to find the answers to the issues you face in your own life by helping you discover the tools you need to be successful that are not in the healthcare arena.
We start with one session to identify your goals and develop a plan from that session. Every person is unique so the amount of sessions each person needs will be different from every other person and every tools needed for each person will be different.
Coaching occurs on zoom.
As with all coaching on O’Keeffe FMC, a session costs $200 per session. Package plans are available and can be developed based on your goals.
Absolutely! I want you to be comfortable with your decision to embark upon coaching. For that reason, I offer a 30minute free session. That will give us a chance to meet and for me to answer any questions you have. Click here to schedule a session that works for you.
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