We provide therapy and coaching services for the following:
-Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
-Eating disorders such as: anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, orthorexia, eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS)
-Grief and loss
What is the difference between coaching and therapy?
Psychotherapy is a collaborative process between a trained mental health professional and an individual or group. The goal of psychotherapy is to explore and address emotional and psychological issues, improve mental health, and enhance overall well-being. It involves conversations, reflections, and various therapeutic techniques to help individuals understand their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and interpersonal dynamics.
Coaching is a process that involves a trained professional, known as a coach, working with individuals or groups to help them achieve specific goals, improve performance, and enhance their overall well-being. Unlike psychotherapy, which often delves into deep-seated emotional or psychological issues, coaching is typically focused on the present and future, aiming to support clients in identifying and reaching their objectives.
So much of who we are is based on how we feel about ourselves. So much of how we see the world is in direct correlation to our childhood. A good coach and therapist has the ability to be a witness and hold a safe space to help you
collect the dots so you can connect the dots and break negative cycles.
“Everyone needs a coach.” These were the words Bill Gates chose to open his 2013 TED Talk with. He points out that one common characteristic in high-performing individuals is the fact that they all have a coach. Coach's engage, educate and assist you with identifying your mental prisons so you can enjoy mental freedom.
You Need 4 People in Your Life
An athlete will seek out a coach to become better at their sport. A working professional will seek out a coach to move ahead in their career or work through stress and burnout. An individual will seek out a financial coach to help manage their finances. Don't you think as a society we should seek out coaches to increase our emotional intelligence? You owe it to yourself to be the best version you can be.
Offering help is courageous and compassionate, but so is asking for help.
Check out this great article on the benefits of coaching.
Hallie has been my coach for a little over a year now. When we met, I was binging and purging several times a day, and had very high body dysmorphia, and low self-esteem. Today I haven't binged and purged in over 9 months, I'm able to find things I like about myself, I'm out of debt, and I'm learning how to set and implement boundaries with others. I'm so grateful she is in my life. - Melissa