Inner coaching sessions offer you an avenue for finding freedom from your self contained cocoon. These sessions provide an opportunity for you to discover hidden emotional imbalances within that keep you blocked in life, health, and happiness.
My purpose during these sessions is not to give advice, but rather to facilitate the re-connection of you with your own inner source of wisdom. By discovering hidden parts of you that are compromised, healing and re-balancing allows you to have new realizations of inner peace, meaning, and the release of suffering.
Clients frequently work with me to:
- Resolve self sabotage issues
- Heal emotional wounds
- Add more meaning to life
- Address hidden causes of pain
- Improve stress reduction
- Move beyond repetitive patterns of dysfunction
After Inner Coaching sessions, clients often experience:
- Increased emotional well-being
- Lightness and relief
- Inner stillness
- Less pain
- Increased understanding of their life
- A sense of connection and personal authority
I'm not able to accept any client coaching sessions at this time. However, because coaching has been an integral part of my life, growth, and healing, I'd love to introduce you to three coaching colleagues of mine who might serve you very well. Feel free to inquire directly with them.
John McMullin, HC, www.journeysofwisdom.com, 614-888-1240
Dr. Leigh Randolph, DC, firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long is an Inner Coaching session?
1-hour in length
How can I have a session with you if I live away or travel?
I offer sessions to clients all over the world via Skype or phone. You can have a session with me anywhere you have access to the internet or a phone.
How often should I have a session with you?
Many clients choose to work with me once per week or once every two weeks based on a series of 5-10 sessions. Other clients utilize just a single session to bring the necessary healing and re-balancing to a particular issue or inner blockages.
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