Relationship Coaching will help you if:
You're new to the dating scene - If you're recently divorced or widowed, it may be difficult to begin dating again. Your coach will help provide a smooth re-entry by helping you avoid the Twelve Dating Traps while developing the Four Critical Skills for Singles.
You're a single parent - You don't have to put your romantic life on hold simply because you have children. Balance can be difficult, but you deserve love and romance in your life! Let us help you manage the challenges of kids and dating by setting boundaries and utilizing our 12-Point Checklist for Single Parents.
You've had a lot of "first dates" - There are many do's and don'ts when first getting to know someone.
It's important to be yourself, but first, you must know who you are and what you want. We'll help you explore any areas that may be hampering your chances for success and create an action plan for results.
You're unsure of dating etiquette - The rules have changed - or have they? We'll help you make sense of the "who does what, when" questions!
You've been in and out of numerous relationships - We focus on helping you create a sustainable relationship with a life partner. It is critical you have clear relationship criteria, goals and a relationship vision. We'll help you discover who you are, and clearly define what you want.
You have a history of picking the wrong or unavailable partners - By utilizing our Ten Principles of Conscious Dating, we'll help you develop a plan to define and get the relationship you desire and not settle for less than what you want!
You're currently pursuing on-line dating - This is an area where many people begin their dating experience. From writing an on-line profile to email and phone communication, we can provide you with the skills needed to screen matches effectively and avoid dead ends and disappointment as well as uncover red flags.
Please Note: There is a distinctive difference between relationship coaching and therapy. It is important to understand relationship coaching is not therapy, nor is it intended to deal with emotional or psychological issues. Relationship coaching assumes an emotionally healthy individual and is intended to support clients into taking action in a positive, constructive way to help achieve personal and relationship goals.