Coaching Programs

My years as a therapist, leadership consultant, university lecturer and coach have taught me one very important lesson:  noone gets to where they want to go in exactly the same way as ayone else does.

For that reason, I have designed 3 coaching frameworks to provide foundational scaffolding for the work you will do.  Once you pick one of these approaches in our initial interview, I tailor the program to suit your specific needs and we put together a contract for going forward.

Integral Coaching Program

The Integral Coaching Program is based on my certification as a Master Coach with Integral Coaching Canada.  It’s developmentally oriented, includes in-depth assessments that give you a clear picture of how you approach important issues now, and how you want to do so in the future.  It includes the use of powerful metaphors we create together to build the right developmental objectives and coaching practices you need to address your chosen topic.  It requires a minimum 4-5 month commitment from you, including face-to-face or Skype/telephone sessions every 2-3 weeks.

Narrative Coaching Program

The Narrative Coaching Program is designed to help you discover your multi-storied nature:  the story lines you have always depended on up until now, and invisible ones we uncover which lead you to a new understanding about who you are and who you are capable of becoming.  These stories form the foundation for the “re-authoring” process:  you and I working together to support the preferred narratives you want guiding your life.  It requires a minimum commitment of 6 months, including periodic face-to-face or Skype/telephone sessions.

Follow up Tailored Coaching

Once a client and I have worked in one of the above formats, I am available for followup sessions tailored to specific circumstances. The length and focus of these follow up sessions are co-created by the two of us to target your needs.

But of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, the people will say ‘We did this ourselves’
— Lao Tsu