Would you or someone you know benefit from the opportunity to work with a coach?
Coaching can be helpful if:
+ You are feeling stuck in your life, relationships, career, or body, and don’t know how to move forward.
+ A big change in your life is requiring new skills or a fresh perspective.
+ You are feeling overwhelmed or confused, and are struggling to know the right path to take and how to get there.
As part of a year-long coaching development course, I am taking on four life coaching clients at very discounted rates of $20/session. (Typical coaching rates are $80-120/session, or more.)
Each client can expect my deep commitment and caring as we work on whatever is pressing for you. We will work together for 10-12 60-minute sessions, and meet 2-4 times a month.
I am based in Chapel Hill, NC, and can work with clients in the Triangle area.
In my past work with clients, here is what one of them had to say:
“With Katie, I feel absolutely comfortable talking about the problems I've faced in the past. When we talk, I feel like she really gets what I'm trying to say. It's easy to discuss the issues we bring up in our sessions without worrying about feeling judged. Katie has given me some simple but effective tools that help me deal with the anxiety I feel around deciding what and when to eat. She has also been very warm and encouraging in helping me to be gentler with and less critical of myself.”
--N, New York City
Does this sound intriguing? Email me at email@example.com for more information, and we can see if it feels like a good fit.
I am deeply committed to helping others figure out how to live lives of meaning, connection, happiness, and ease where they don’t have to “push” all the time. My professional path took many twists and turns, from working in the federal government to management consulting to a start-up, so I know what it feels like to feel lost, overwhelmed, or stuck.
I currently work as a coach, helping people who are frustrated with their eating make peace with food. You can find out more about me at katieseaver.com