Psychotherapy vs Life Coaching

Life Coaching provides for an effective working relationship that is adapted to each client; depending upon individual goals, time constraints etc. For example, some clients may already have a clear direction in mind, whereas others are starting from square one with a dream in mind. Thought provoking questions are applied to  discover what it is that you want to change, improve, or add to your life – personal or professional.


A holistic approach is used in creating and developing your individual strategy, in which we uncover your desired outcome and goals. With a well-developed strategy with detailed direction, we have begun the journey of coaching! Implementing strategy involves action steps where you will find the gold. Some action steps may involve breaking down negative self-talk and creating empowering new concepts.


Coaching sessions can take place via telephone, video conferencing and email communication.

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Measuring Success

What is Quantum Psychology?

What is Quantum Psychology?

 Measuring success is something you will be able to see and feel first hand. Once we begin to understand the origin (beginnings) of what is holding one back, then we can observe the patterns and begin to move forward. In my experience, once a person can make the connection between the point of  origin and the current beliefs or behavioral patterns we can, at this point begin to create change.   

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What is Quantum Psychology?

What is Quantum Psychology?

What is Quantum Psychology?

 

Quantum Psychology removes the pathological or pathogenic aspects that the medical disease model of mental disorders prescribes. No longer is the client viewed as ill with a diagnosis in need of treatment or billing code!

*LGBTQ Friendly

*HSA accepted

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The Root of the Matter

What is Quantum Psychology?

The Root of the Matter

 The subconscious/unconscious hold our memories and beliefs, including the limiting beliefs that we took to be true when an emotion first appeared. For example, a child of 5 may assume his parents divorce is because he was bad. This is a self-limiting belief (belief frozen in time) that he may have held true until middle age, and affecting his own relationships. Addressing these limited beliefs involve unprocessed emotions and traumas, as well as unresolved developmental stages (Erickson’s Psycho-social Stages of Development). 

This is Quantum Psychology!  

For More on the Subject:

 Therapist as Life Coach: An Introduction for Therapist and Other Helping Professionals by Patrick Williams and Deborah C. Davis