Frequently Asked Questions

Is this therapy?
No, coaching is not therapy. While both are very valuable in moving you past roadblocks in life, their approaches differ in many ways. Coaching is about taking you from where you are now and moving you forward. Therapy often involves extensively examining your past to define how you got here in the first place. Additionally, there are some clients who benefit from working with both professionals concurrently. Finally, and foremost, coaches do not diagnose or treat any psychiatric disorders.

How do I know if I’m a good candidate?

1. You may be a person with a creative mind needing a different perspective and some guidance to help bring that creativity to life.

2. You may have a vision, although frequently clouded, of a better life and still strive for that better life.

3. You are willing to ask questions and challenge perceptions while at the same time working toward goals you set for yourself.

4. You are a highly functioning, intelligent person with a desire to realize your best, yet still appreciate being held accountable to reach your goals.

What is coaching?
In short, it’s a collaborative process, in which I help you define, speak out loud, and strategically move toward what you really want in life. I will help you find success as you define it - and deserve it!

Who uses a coach? Individuals, families, small companies, large corporations! Coaching is found in every industry and situation you can imagine. Life provides an abundance of circumstances, and coaching provides an abundance of support.

How we do this.

1. Discovery Sessions

a. Our discover sessions are the very first discussion we have with our clients. During these sessions, we explore what the client wants to achieve with their coaching, placing the first stepping stone to true potential and success.

2. Goal Setting

a. With each of our coaching sessions, we strive to help our clients reach their goal. We promise to hold our clients accountable for their progress to ensure that they meet the goals they desire in a manageable manner.

3. One to One Coaching

a. One on One coaching with Kenneth - via telephone, Skype, Zoom, or in person.