MENTAL & RELATIONSHIP WELLNESS SERVICES

Mental, Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Focused Services

A behavior can only be changed through repetition, exercise, guidance and support, therefore decades of self-sabotaging behaviors cannot be changed within just a few sessions.  All coaching programs are personalized for each client.

Relationship Development, Resolution & Maintenance Services

Couples seek coaching with all kinds of goals in mind: rebuilding trust, improving communication, deepening closeness and connection, rebalancing roles and responsibilities in the relationship, navigating large transitions and decisions, and improving sex but this cannot be changed within just a few sessions.  All of our coaching programs are personalized for our client.

Who we help?

We help our clients overcome their anxiety, hopelessness, helplessness, fear, and self-doubt and reach their greatest potential. You may feel extremely stressed and struggle to balance career demands with your personal well-being. You may have a sense of hopelessness or helplessness that you can’t seem to get out from under. You may put off important tasks and activities, which can have a negative impact on your goals, personal wellness, and relationships. You may sense that you’re lost or stuck, and notice diminished feelings of joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment in your life. You may notice that you’re not present for the important relationships in your life in the ways you wish to be. Although these experiences are common, they don’t have to continue; they don’t have to keep getting in your way of success and happiness.

How we help?

  •  Emotional Wellness

    The ability to manage your emotions in a healthy way; having an in depth understanding of your ​triggers; being self aware of thoughts and feelings; using effective coping strategies to get you through difficult times; and maintaining positive relationships with others.

     

  • Physical Wellness

    Sustaining a healthy diet fit for your body’s needs; exercising healthy sleeping patterns; engaging in regular physical activity; understanding the connection of physical activity and diet and what it has on your mental health (gut-brain axis, did you know that the good and bad bacteria in your gut can have an impact on the development and maintenance of mental health disorders?)

  • Social Wellness

    Enhancing interpersonal relationships​ and genuine fostering connections with supportive people; cutting toxic people out of your life; creating and enforcing healthy boundaries; and keeping in contact with loved ones.

  • Occupational Wellness

    Achieving a sense of accomplishment through aligning what you are good at and ​your passion with your career goals; living doing work that aligns with your personal expectations and core values.

  • Intellectual Wellness

    Promoting the continuous growth of your person through travel, learning new things, and participating in creative endeavors and hobbies. ​

     

  • Spiritual Wellness

    Atonement with your self, whether that’s through religious beliefs, ​morals, values and overall meaning and purpose of life; aligning those beliefs, faiths, morals and values with your actions so that you feel consistent and balanced.