So pleased to see you here! I work with sensitive creative women. These women are aware that they are not broken and they are at some level aware of the massive potential that they have.
They have had success in their life and know what that feels like. They don’t need coaching that is going to ‘fix them’. They want coaching that is going to help them to expand and challenge themselves. They are not seeking for the answers from someone else, they are looking to be guided in finding their own right answers. They don’t ‘need’ coaching. They choose to be coached as they want to feel the benefits of it in their day to day life and in achieving their longer term aims.
They are kind women, essentially positive women, sure they have down days like everyone else, but their essential nature transcends that.
I’m a Dr Martha Beck Certified Life Coach and a qualified teacher. I’m a contributing blogger for ‘The Huffington Post,’ ‘Tiny Buddha,’ ‘Mind Body Green,’ and many other websites. I coach from my heart and soul to help you claim your beautiful possibilities for yourself.
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Invitation for women new to coaching with me:
I offer you the gift of a one hour long coaching session so you can experience what it would be for us to work together and then make your own decision from there on whether you would like to take our coaching journey together further.
R.S.V.P. email me at email@example.com
Coaching is not a substitute for therapy or medical supervision so if you are not coping with your day to day please get the help that you need.
‘Deborah holds a calm and kind space for her clients. She shows up with deep skills and sensitivity. You can trust her completely to guide you as you change your life.’
Susan Grace Beekman, Certified Master Coach, MBI, BKI.
‘Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.’ Marianne Williamson
‘Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.’ A. A. Milne
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