Embracing Individual Strengths
Paula is a Board Certified Coach (BCC) who has been providing coaching services since 2006 in the areas of academic, social, executive functioning and life coaching.
Goal: To gain wellness, clarification toward goals, know yourself more deeply, increase organizational skills, increase confidence and stress management.
Executive Functioning Coaching
Goal: Improve time management, efficiency, focus and memory in the academic or vocational setting.
What is the difference between coaching and counseling?
- Coaching is different from counseling because those seeking coaching have no diagnosable "issue" and need no therapy.
- Coaching embraces the individual's strengths. Coaching is designed jointly with you, the client, and may include specific personal projects, academic or professional successes, or general life tasks.
How does coaching work?
- The purpose of the client-coach alliance is to keep you on course and aligned with your intentions, and to support you in realizing those intentions.
- Accountability is gained through the guidance and working alliance with your coach.
- Actively assess competing demands and increase your awareness of things that you may need to add or drop to achieve your goals.
Why should I try coaching?
- Invest in yourself and feel more satisfied and successful
- Gain balance in your overall wellness
How do I get started?
- Call or email Paula with your inquiries.
- Schedule a time for a free consultation.
- Take a deep breath and congratulate yourself on taking the first step toward improved wellness!
- Choose between Phone, Skype or In-Person Meetings
Board Certified Coach (BCC) is awarded through the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) as a means to independently verify that applicants have met professional coaching competency standards established by CCE and are subject matter experts. These standards reflect the common knowledge, skills and abilities of a professional coach. The BCC is a mark of quality and provides independent third party verification that they have achieved certain coaching competency standards.