There are so many different ways that working with a coach can be helpful, but the basic idea is that you have someone in your corner helping you to find greater balance, fulfillment and joy in your life. I help my clients connect with their values, and together we ferret out the disruptive self-sabotaging talk that stops them from achieving transformative change. All aspects of life from relationships, career, finance, health, family and friends, you name it… nothing is off the table. What is great about working with a coach is that you have someone to reflect the big picture back to you, holding a vision of your highest potential and shining a light on your goals and dreams. You have someone there to hold you accountable for the things you wish to set in motion and someone to challenge you where you are prone to getting stuck.
People often ask, “What’s your niche?” I wouldn’t exclude anyone who is looking for support in transforming their lives, and my clients range from working professionals and business owners to stay at home Mom’s and young people seeking meaningful employment.
If I had to define a niche, I feel drawn to people who want to find their purpose in life but don’t know where to start. I feel a particular affinity towards women who have devoted their lives to work or families and are desperate to find their own sense of self through creative expression, adventure, nature and restoring physical vitality.
I have a keen awareness of what it is like to go through a life changing health challenge being a breast cancer survivor. For people who are struggling with serious health issues, I am here as a support.
Want to learn more? In this blog post I talk about why I love coaching and how I came to become a Life Coach: https://melissashealinghope.com/2015/09/01/the-next-stage-of-my-metamorphosis-heeding-the-higher-calling/
In this one I offer some tips and tools for the start of the New Year: https://melissashealinghope.com/2015/12/20/pause-to-celebrate-your-successes/
I offer a free sample session if you would like to talk and see what coaching is like. If you are thinking about hiring a coach, it is a good idea to reach out to a few people and see who feels like a good fit.
I offer sessions via phone and skype, and also have an office in Woodstock that I rent on occasion. You can book your free half hour sample session here.
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On 2/3/16 8:53 AM, “melissa’s healing hope” wrote:
> Melissa Eppard posted: “There are so many different ways that working with a > coach can be helpful, but the basic idea is that you have someone in your > corner helping you to find greater balance, fulfillment and joy in your life. > I help my clients connect with their values, and t” >