COACHING

Coaching is a useful way of developing people’s skills and abilities and boosting their performance. It can also help deal with issues and challenges before they become major problems. A coaching session will typically take place as a conversation between Britt and the coachee (person being coached), and she will focus on helping the coachee discover answers for themselves. After all, people are much more likely to engage with solutions that they have come up with themselves, rather than those that are forced upon them.

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Life Coaching

$ $100

Per Hour
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • Meeting Location is Flexible
  • 60 min Session
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Small Business CoachingMOST POPULAR

$ $225

Per Session
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • Meeting Location is Flexible
  • Two Hour Session
  • Includes Meeting Notes
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Couples Coaching

$ $150

Per Session
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Session
  • 60 min Session
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Couples Platinum Package

$ $300

Per Package
  • Free 15 min Phone Consultation
  • In Office Sessions
  • 90 min coaching Session
  • 20 min reiki session per person
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Coaching FAQ’s

What does Britt specialize in?

  • Goal-Setting
  • Career/Life/Relationship Transitioning
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Communication Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Public Speaking
  • Starting/Marketing Your Own Business
  • Empowering the Light Within You
  • Women’s Small Business Coaching

What is Coaching?

Coaching is a useful way of developing people’s skills and abilities and boosting their performance. It can also help deal with issues and challenges before they become major problems. A coaching session will typically take place as a conversation between Britt and the coachee (person being coached), and she will focus on helping the coachee discover answers for themselves. After all, people are much more likely to engage with solutions that they have come up with themselves, rather than those that are forced upon them.

In some situations, coaching is still seen as a corrective tool, used only when things have gone wrong. But in many cases, coaching is considered to be a positive and proven approach for helping others explore their goals and ambitions, and then achieve them. Coaches are not counselors, psychotherapists, or gurus – although they may use some of the same skills and tools. Most formal, professional coaching is carried out by qualified people who work with clients to improve their effectiveness and performance, and help them achieve their full potential.

What is the difference between coaching and counseling?

Counseling generally aims to solve problems by understanding what happened in the past. Coaching is almost exclusively future-focused.

To counsel means to give advice. Coaches do not give advice – instead they use various techniques to facilitate the process of an individual finding the best path for themselves.

Why should I consider working with Britt?

Britt has held many coaching and leadership positions throughout her life. She’s been an athlete most of her life and attributes the beginning of her leadership and motivational skills to her younger years on the track and soccer field. She’s held numerous leadership positions– whether it be managing a newsroom, women’s networking chapter, or teaching at a university. She is known to inspire, motivate and get the best out of her coworkers, friends, and clients. She also has a natural ability to connect and communicate effectively with others. With business coaching, she draws on her experiences of owning three businesses. Britt’s gift is bringing out the best in people and getting them to focus on the positive, on the future, and making things happen! “Passion. Purpose. Progress.”

How long will I need to work with Britt?

It depends on where you are, where you want to go, and how quickly you want to get there. Some clients are able to achieve their goals in as little as one to three months. Most often, clients stay with the coaching anywhere from six to 18 months. After clients realize their first goals, they often identify other areas they want to work on. The coaching relationship continues as long as there is benefit to the client.

It is important to remember that many coaching techniques and processes can be learned and practiced on your own. As counterintuitive as it may sound, a good coach’s goal should be to reduce your dependency on them as soon as possible – that shows you’re becoming more resourceful and that you’re learning to more effectively deal with new situations as they arise.

Is coaching appropriate for me?

If you want a change of some sort – whether it is changing or creating a habit or behaviour, improving your work-life balance, changing your career, improving your relationships, being more creative at work, etc – AND you are ready to take steps to achieve it, then you will benefit from having a coach. If you are looking for somewhere to simply vent about your past or your circumstances then you will likely waste your money on a coach.

Learn more about Britt and her healing story     ABOUT BRITT