Do you only work with women? Yes, my calling is to work with women. If you are a man who is interested in coaching, I would be happy to recommend you to another coach. Please feel free to fill out my intake form with this request!

Do you only work with Catholic women? I primarily work with women who share my Catholic/Christian faith, but it’s not a hard and fast rule. When my client shares the same faith, we are able to take coaching to a deeper level that goes beyond superficial goals and focuses on the bigger picture our our souls and eternity. When Christ is at the center of everything, we no longer strive for the illusion of a “perfect” life of constant happiness, comfort, fun, and bliss. Instead, we strive to become the person God created us to be, which leads to joy even amidst the sufferings that we are bound to face in this life and gives us the “peace that surpasses all understanding,” (Phil 4:7) no matter what challenges and trials come our way.

Where can I read reviews from women who have worked with you? You can check out my Google and Yelp listings to read reviews from some of my former clients.

How much does it cost to invest in coaching? The cost of coaching is $180 per session with an average of 3 sessions each month for the duration of our time working together.

Do you offer scholarships for coaching? Yes, I reserve one spot in my practice for “missionary” coaching at a reduced rate. If you are on a ministry salary or experiencing financial hardship, please fill out my intake form and inquire about this option.

How do I know if life coaching is right for me? Before deciding to work together, I schedule a complimentary session with potential clients to discern if life coaching is a good fit and if we would make a good coach/client team. This conversation is designed to give both of us clarity about what coaching would offer you and if it’s a commitment we want to make together.

Do you accept insurance/can I use my HSA to pay for coaching? Unfortunately, no. At this time, life coaching is not covered by health insurance  or compatible with HSA usage. However, the International Coaching Federation is working to change this in the future.