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Frequently Asked Questions

What is transformational Coaching?

Transformational coaching  delves below the surface to build a much deeper sense of knowing and an ability to create meaningful, sustained change.  It requires vulnerability, trusting partnership, and practice. 

In our group facilitation, transformational coaching informs the design, protocols, and prompts we use.

How will we meet?

Coaching clients make a six-month commitment for three 60-minute coaching sessions per month (on zoom or the phone).  After six months, some clients feel complete while others choose to continue with coaching.  

Group facilitation is designed as a series (we do not do one-off events) and typically extends across several months.

What is embodiment practice?

Embodiment practice is coming into conscious relationship with the emotions and wisdom in your body, where trust, safety, and intuition live.  Social conditioning often disconnects us from our bodies, and coaching can help us reconnect. Coaching and group facilitation involve building embodied practices so that challenges are metabolized toward growth and not toward hardening.

Who are your typical clients?

My coaching clients are mid to senior level leaders who are seeking a safe place to unpack race, complexity, and to gain new perspectives on the challenges they face.  They are often folks who are dissatisfied with the status quo and need help to disrupt it.  

In our group facilitation, our clients tend to be organizations who are committed to inclusion and come to us to actualize or operationalize it practice.

How much does this cost?

It is important to me that coaching and facilitation are available to a range of clients.  For this reason, we have a sliding scale and hold a set number of hours per month for pro bono coaching and facilitation.  This allows our clientele to include for-profits, non-profits, mid-size and small organizations, as well as individuals who pay out-of-pocket.

Is coaching the same as therapy?

No it is not the same.  Therapy tends to focus on the past. While coaching often touches into the past, our work is very centered in the present and utilizes the learnings of the past to create the future. Also, coaching is a partnership and a relationship and does not include formal diagnoses.

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