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How I Support women caregivers

What my clients can expect from me:

  • To respect you and your unique process

  • To keep all aspects of our relationship private and confidential 

  • To be kind, honest and direct- life is too short for anything less

  • To guide and encourage you to find the answers that speak not only to your mind but also to your heart and soul

  • To help you gain clarity and focus

  • To assist you in finding the motivation to take the necessary steps forward

  • To help you to uncover and see what you’re not able to see on your own

  • To be really present and focused on you

  • To ask questions and make requests to which you are always free to say yes, no or maybe 

  • To listen to what you’re saying but to also hear what it is you’re not saying

  • To help you always remember what’s most important and to hold that as a beacon to guide and carry you through

  • To metaphorically hold your hand while encouraging you to stand in your strength

  • To assist you in seeing your goodness and courage 

  • To be a sounding board and brainstorm ideas

  • To help you deal with the practicalities

  • To ensure that you know you are not alone


What I ask of my clients:

  • To be kind, honest and direct

  • To be open and “show up” to the best of your ability

  • To have the desire to move beyond any feelings of being a victim or a martyr. While these are very normal, human reactions in this situation, we want to move forward as it's not healthy or productive to live there

  • To be fully responsible for your own feelings, decisions, and choices before, during, and after our meeting

What a coaching support session looks like:

  • Typically it looks like a conversation

  • Coaching sessions are by phone in the comfort of your own home or office

  • Read more about the coaching process


How you know you are ready for support:

  • You are exhausted

  • You are sick and tired of the way things are

  • You are afraid of the repercussions of continuing as is

  • You've seen or are aware of what happens to most caregivers and you want to prevent that for yourself

  • You want to move beyond feelings of fear, guilt, confusion, anger and overwhelm, etc.

  • You don't want the relationship with your loved one to be negatively impacted

  • You want to have as few regrets as possible

  • You want to maintain your health and stamina

  • You want to be there for your loved one in the most meaningful and beneficial ways

  • You want to have a life outside of the caregiver role

  • You are tired of feeling like what you do is never right or enough

  • You want to feel supported

  • You want to be able to feel a sense of peace 



Does this support sound like something you're looking for? If so let's talk!


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