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WHY IS COACHING A GOOD IDEA?

Scientific studies show that coaching is a great investment. It increases life satisfaction and professional success and improves relationships.

The Journal of Positive Psychology found that coaching has positive effects on the outcomes of performance/skills, well-being, coping, work attitudes and goal-directed self-regulation.

Also, ongoing coaching is more effective than a one-time intervention. A study showed that while group training with managers increased their productivity by 22%, including a one-on-one, eight-week coaching session for the managers pushed up productivity by 88%.

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Browse our relationship coaches and talk with as many as you want until you find the coach you want to work with.

Adam's coaching has helped transform and grow the most important relationships in my life: my children, my husband, and myself. He has an ability to listen effectively and challenge you to see beyond your own view and stories without judgment. I love that he is able to create clarity and awareness when I'm deep in the monkey mind hole.
― Irene A.
Working with Sheryl has been awesome! She is extremely personable and easy to talk to. She uses tons of past experience and research when coming up with well thought out and personalized recommendations. She has been very flexible and has catered to a working relationship that fits my preferences and schedule. I feel more inspired than ever before and the impact to various aspects of my life is beyond what I could have hoped for. Highly recommend working with Sheryl!
― Sean M, consultant, NYC
My coaching with Eric was absolutely great! He guided me through my break up and give me new perspectives to understand myself and my relationships. He is a loving and caring person that makes you feel safe at any moment. I learned so much about myself, and gain a great sense of confidence! Thank you for being part of my journey.
― Sophie B
“I started seeing Dawn as both a mentor and for fitness. I had gone to my doctor for having an extremely high heart rate while my blood pressure was sky rocketing from stress. It was interrupting the activities of my daily living and I needed help. I was worried, stressed and had PTSD. My doctor prescribed low dose medications for a minimum of 6 months that would make me feel a bit numb for the time being and would help temporarily. She also said to seek counseling and exercise as a medication will only help physically. I needed to gain control mentally. My daughter was also having problems. She is 10 and was having breakouts of cold sores from stress. My doctor told me to teach her stress management which wasn’t something I knew how to do for myself. I took a mindfulness workshop with Dawn on calming techniques and awareness. In the class I learned that our brains can go into fight or flight from our thoughts and can’t tell the difference between an actual threat and threatening memories. It’s basically like a computer. What you type in, is what the screen will show you. I learned that deep breathing can help kick your body out of fight or flight and go back to normal. And with each breath to say positive words. I learned that a lot of depression stems from thinking about the past and anxiety is worrying about the future. This developed in me as a secondary form of PTSD while married to my ex-husband. He was a soldier who went through two very difficult deployments that took its toll. While on one of those deployments he called me from Iraq. It was April 29th of 2009 here, almost April 30th in Iraq with the time difference. The call I received changed my world. I was terrified from the conversation he might hurt himself, us, or someone else. I contacted his sergeant and asked for him to be put on a suicide watch. He was angry, wrote back the 29th of April that having his command sergeant say he was suicidal was comical, and he would be filing for a divorce when he came home. That was 6 years ago and for 6 years I have battled my own mind every day. I developed PTSD the same as he had. April 29th of this year, even with medications I couldn’t get my heart rate down. My heart was beating at 131 beats per minute for absolutely no reason. When your heart jumps over 100 beats per minute, you don’t think clear. Fingers, toes and forehead will tingle because your blood is going to your major organs preparing for a fight or a flight. Sometimes you can even pass out which is just your body rebooting. I was at my mom’s that night and at 31 years old, I crawled in her lap crying that I couldn’t calm down. She prayed for me and that night I decided it would be good to go to yoga with Dawn the following day. April 30th while in yoga with Dawn, I successfully was able to pose and override the pain, and focus on my breathing. I was finally calm again. It was needed and I felt some control again. I thanked her for the class and went to Storvick Park to watch my son play soccer. When I got to the field I saw I missed several calls from my ex-husband’s family. When I got ahold of my sister in law, I received the worst news of my life. My hands and feet went numb, my head felt disconnected and I knew I was going into psychogenic shock. I wasn’t breathing, I couldn’t. I dropped the phone and put myself in a tripod position taking deep breaths to gain control from the tools I had learned in class. All I could say to my sister in law was, “How am I going to tell my daughter? How could he leave me to tell her that?” On April 30th of 2015, the father of my child, the man who was my husband at one time and my childhood friend died by a gunshot wound to the head. He died by suicide from battling PTSD for years. The day before he died, April 29th, he went to the VA for help with his medications. They weren’t helping, the same as mine weren’t the day before. You know I don’t think he wanted to die that day, he just couldn’t live with the pain anymore. Many people battle mental problems. Bones break, bladders get infections, any stress on your body that outweighs your resources will cause a problem. Your brain is no different and is just as susceptible as any other organ in your body. There are medications that help but learning to retrain yourself, love yourself, control your feelings and thoughts and be present is a tool I learned in class through Dawn. It’s a wonderful program and this is my testimony to her business. Thank you Dawn. You’re a great teacher.”
― Giszelle B.
Very helpful, insightful and uplifting! Not your traditional counseling style and he makes you feel very comfortable. You lose track of time and it's like conversing with an old friend!
― Zekeia W.
Extremely helpful with clarifying the tone of conversations I was having with my girlfriend, and even helping with formulating texts.
― Client (Anonymous for Privacy)
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Relationship Coaching

Healthy relationships are the foundation of a happy and productive life.

People can come together to do great things and enrich one another’s existence. However, the complexities of human emotion and understanding can also make relationships difficult to manage in certain cases.

It could be a loved one, a friend, a business partner, or anyone else who we interact with regularly. If there are problems in the relationship, sorting them out alone can be difficult. The disagreement between two people can result in a stalemate, warranting outside help to resolve the issue.

Relationship coaching is designed to help get to the bottom of the issues that occur between individuals. Coaches explore these connections, the nature of what brings us together, and the issues that can result in problems.

Coaches bring a professional and objective point-of-view to the discussion, which is valuable since arguments can carry on due to the bias of those involved. With a neutral and fact-based point of view, coaches can develop step-by-step strategies for mending relationships of all kinds. Strained relationships can cause frustration, confusion, and regret. Working with a qualified coach can be the first step to repairing relationships and maintaining them moving forward.

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CLIENTS LOVE OUR COACHES

What I most appreciated about working with Lynn Saboe was her ability to listen and effectively challenge me to develop executable plans that fit my style and experience, and to implement these plans in just two months. Thanks to her support, the quality and speed of my transition was substantially enhanced.

― Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space, Strategic and Intelligence Systems

Zsofia Juhasz is an accomplished coach, who uses powerful questions to help her client move forward. She is empathetic without being soft, she is strong without being tough. She is also adept at listening for changes in energy levels, and celebrating when she hears a positive change. Adept at using imagery to help reframe perspectives, and visualisation to create positive goals, she skillfully guides her client to the end goal. I highly recommend her services.

― Director, Merrill Lynch

Working with Caroline Stokes is like having your own board of directors in leadership, first 100 days and career transition.

― Principal Program Manager, Microsoft

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