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Work With Individuals and Relationships

(Coaching)

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The facilitative "coaching" work I do with individuals and organizations is deeply rooted in my belief that you are the source of the answers to the big questions you are asking.

 

My role is to create a container where you can dig for those answers; supporting you with questions, reflections, and useful frameworks and tools, as you reach for clarity and movement.

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Who I work with most:

  • People and relationships in major transitions, whether those arise from external forces, or internal ones.

  • People who are asking deep questions about who they are, or who they want to become, and who are feeling overwhelmed, uncertain, frustrated, or just confused about how to answer those questions and move forward.

  • People who want to make changes in how they navigate their existing work, want to shift into new work, or are feeling unsatisfied with their work and don't yet know what they want to do about that.

  • People who are struggling in their relationship with each other -- 

    • feeling like they are not communicating well,

    • not feeling understood,

    • wondering if they can - or want to - stay in the relationship,

    • or just wanting it to feel healthier.

  • Existing and emerging leaders who want support in their leadership development and their work with their teams (drawing on my many years as an executive director, and as an organizational development consultant).

  • Other white folks who want to learn about and heal around white supremacy so we can better recognize and deconstruct white privilege and be better anti-racist co-conspirators for BIPOC, as well as folks who want support identifying the other ways that our identities shape our experience, and to find ways to deconstruct the harmful stories often attached to them.

I welcome people and relationships of all gender/sexual identity combinations. I am also happy to coach poly-relationships.

My approach to this work is informed by my own somatic (body-based) practices, my study of the neurology of trauma and healing, and an analysis of the ways our cultures, families and identities shape our experiences and responses.

Please click the links below to find out more about the kinds of coaching I offer.

Please see the Cost and Commitments page for more information about that.

If you are looking for coaching done in the context of an organization, please see Executive and Team Coaching.

You will find more about my training and experience in the About section

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