Frequenty Asked Questions

There is no better way to assess if we are a good fit with each other than to work together, In the Complimentary Coaching Session, we will have the opportunity to get to know each other.

I will also coach you on a topic/area in your life that you want to give attention to so you get to experience first-hand what coaching with me is like.

It is common for people to feel nervous about coaching, even more so if they are being coached for the first time. Some clients worry that their topics could appear silly, or if they might become emotional in the Complimentary Coaching Experience.


I want to assure you that no topic is too small. If a topic matters to you, it matters to me too.


Coaching can sometimes bring up emotions, especially when we dig deep to look at what has been overlooked by your heart and mind. I want you to know that all emotions are allowed and included – you are safe with me.



ICF-credentialed coaches are bound by a code of ethics that safeguards clients’ confidentiality. The information is yours and you get to decide if or how you want to share it.


The only exception is when conditions arise where confidentiality can no longer be maintained. This may be in instances or cases of “illegal activity, pursuant to valid court order or subpoena; imminent or likely risk of danger to self or to others” (ICF Code of Ethics, June 2015).

Coaching is a thought-provoking and creative process that coaches facilitate to inspire you to maximize your personal and professional potential. It involves the use of specific tools, techniques and resources that are designed to unlock untapped resources that exist within you.


Coaching isn’t about equipping you with what they do not have, but enhancing who you already are by unveiling what you may not even know exists!


Through coaching, you will learn more about yourself and as a result, more forward powerfully towards the things that you want, so that you can actually have them.


Coaches do not give advice, suggestions or share from personal experiences – they do not need to have knowledge of a specific, specialized discipline, profession, or activity to evoke transformation, and help you achieve powerful and meaningful results.


A mentor, on the other hand, is someone who shares his/her knowledge, skills and/or experience, to help another to develop and grow. In-depth domain knowledge, experience and industry exposure is therefore valuable in a mentoring relationship.

I am a Trauma-Informed Coach and have received my Certification as a NARM Professional. 


The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is a method of psychotherapy specifically aimed at treating attachment, relational and developmental trauma, otherwise referred to as “Complex Trauma” (Complex-PTSD or C-PTSD). 


While coaching is not therapy, my training has enabled me to provide a safe and welcoming space to ensure that clients can feel seen, understood, and supported as they work on understanding and healing parts of themselves.


In our complimentary coaching session, we can work together to determine if coaching is for you.