My consultations are best described by the word coach. An effective coach assesses the situation, identifies the factors that need to be addressed and creates a plan of execution so that the player is setup for the greatest potential of victory.
Many people experience counseling, which creates all kinds of expectations, some good, some bad. My approach is more of an equipping process–putting tools in your hands to become empowered for victory. Many people expect a model that is dysfunctional; where they hope the person they meet with will give them a magic pill, take away their problems or be a superhero for them. Coaching is more about helping someone who already wants healing and freedom, who wants change and is willing to take personal responsibility for walking it out.
A coach lays out a plan, but does not do the work for the player. In the same way, my desire is to equip a person to overcome and walk out a freedom process. Each person I work with gets a customized plan of action, but it is important to know, I will work in alignment with your desire to engage the transformation journey. I cannot want your freedom more than you do.
Before we setup a session, the following questions need to be answered to help me understand your battleground.
Who do I Work With?- A person who has a deep desire to change and they are ready to make the necessary changes for growth.- Someone who is teachable, willing to listen and learn.
How often do I meet with people I help?- My process involves giving homework and tools to apply. For those I meet with regularly, I meet with about once a month. I like to give time for the tools and insights to have a work in the person's life. I do make exceptions to meet sooner with those who genuinely need more frequent session investment.
What is the Session Cost? - We ask for a minimum donation of $99 per session, as this help support the work we do. - Donations are given towards Turning Hearts Ministries, which funds the work of Transformed You.
Do you take insurance?- We do not take insurance, but use the donation procedure shown above.