What is Coaching?
In coaching, you are climbing your own mountain. A coach acts as a Sherpa; someone who is familiar with the territory and can guide your toward reaching your objectives. We offer coaching for individuals or partners.
How does Coaching work?
Coaching is not a passive process. You will be given exercises or assignments designed to move you toward your stated outcomes, and be expected to complete them on time.
It’s not uncommon for resistance to surface in the form of behaviors and beliefs that impede your success. You’ll be encouraged to examine such obstacles with unvarnished honesty.
While it may have a therapeutic effect, coaching is not therapy. If, in the course of coaching, it becomes clear that working with a therapist would also be useful, we will encourage you to do so.
How do I get started?
There are a few things that need to be explored before entering into a coaching relationship.
- First, you’ll need to share, in a general way, what you hope to accomplish.
- Next, we’ll need to discuss whether coaching is a viable tool for reaching your objectives. Often it is but sometimes it is not.
- Finally, we’ll need to asses whether we are a good fit for each other. Our styles and personalities may not mesh and there is no shame or judgment in discovering that.
How does it work?
Once moving forward has been agreed upon, we will begin the work of guiding you toward accomplishing your goals.
We will meet once a week for 12 weeks. When geography permits, we like the first meeting to be face-to-face. If that is not possible we will meet over the phone or via Skype, just like we will for the rest of your sessions. Most weeks you will be given a homework assignment designed to move you closer to your objectives.
If you need to reschedule a session, 48 hours notice is required. No-show sessions will not be rescheduled.
At the end of 12 weeks, we will assess your results. You may decide you are satisfied with your progress or you may choose to continue on a month-to-month basis.
How we’ve helped people
I’m very good at professional and social relationships but was struggling to create relationships within the kink community.
You helped me gain a better perspective of my interests and goals, which made it easier for me to communicate them. This was very helpful in allowing me to develop more confidence. Secondly, you kept me accountable to my commitment to attend more events, which established a sustainable rhythm. As a result, I have started to build relationships with a broad group of people.
I appreciate your thoughtful and respectful approach; my wiring is a little bit outside the norm. Thank you!
After the breakup of a D/s relationship, I turned to you with goals of improving communication and defining my dominance.
I learned some very useful tools that help me communicate more clearly. Your coaching also helped me examine my needs and desires in ways I hadn’t before. As a result, I came to understand and embrace my personal dominance.
It wasn’t the reason why I sought coaching but a wonderful by-product was reuniting with my submissive partner and eventually getting married.
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