When coaching, I use the Co-Active Model, a tried-and-true approach that provides a powerful process for engaging with others and is supported by current scientific research.

The program is built on the cornerstone that we are all naturally creative, resourceful and whole and that we all possess the capacity for knowing what is best for ourselves.

From this place, the Co-Active Coach comes from a place of authentic being, listening and encouragement, to uncover the best in oneself and others.

One of the reasons I love teaching every day is the connection to my students.  I try my best to teach a new sequence every single day, and even design them to exist in compliment, so that students will come every day, working in a logical progression and optimizing growth.

These relationships often blossom when a student will ask me for tea or lunch, and so far I've cheerfully obliged.  Each of these moments distinct and special, they ranged from a casual get-to-know-you, to contemplating life’s more interesting questions.  Collectively, they have painted a rich and humbling experience, providing valuable appreciation and perspective.

As a coach, I want you to integrate your life so that all spheres of you can exist and compliment each other, working in a logical progression and optimizing growth.

From my Masters in Organizational Science at George Washington University, I learned that a good coach understands that making a difference depends on knowing how people learn and change.  I’ve examined the theory and practices behind learning and human performance in organizational settings.  My background in behavioral sciences provides the tools, leadership skills, and understanding to help you thrive and reach your goals. 

You’re already who you’re meant to be, but together we learn to see it.

Ready to make a change? Contact me to set up a free half-hour consultation.