I don’t have time to work with a coach. How will this work?
Perfect! I only work with working moms who are way too busy to work with me. Why? Because I can show you easy ways to free up time for YOU – time that will help you be a better, happier you for yourself and your family.
Why is this program so expensive? I can’t afford the coaching fee.
My coaching program is designed to help you start the work and continue long after the program is over. I teach you step by step how to open your schedule, find time for you to recharge your batteries AND get the help you need to do it. And when life goes upside down again, you can re-use the material over and over. This will help you reset if you get into a funk or after major life changes (such as a new job, kids going to school or parents retiring). I’ve also kept this as low as possible for my budget-friendly moms (because I am one, too!).
I’ve worked with a coach before and it didn’t help. What’s so different about you?
Not only am I a busy working mom, I’m also a mental health professional. For over 12 years, its been my mission to help people live healthier lives without losing themselves in the stress of work and family. I have already helped countless others reduce and manage their stress and be better mothers, sisters, wives, friends, employees and bosses.
I also know what it’s like to have a million things to do and not enough time. Creating time for myself without sacrificing my family relationships. Saying no without feeling guilty. Finding easy ways to take care of myself first without feeling disconnected from my loved ones. I can help you do the same.
Since you’re a mental health professional, does that mean this is therapy?
No, as a Self-Care coach, I will be focusing only on helping you find the solutions you need so you can better care for yourself AND your family. You are the client, I’m your coach. I also DO NOT accept insurance because life coaching isn’t covered by health insurance.
What is the difference between life coaching and therapy?
Glad you asked. Therapy digs into past history, life experience and any events that may impact a person’s mental health today. A therapist is focused on healing deep wounds that affect a person now and provides a diagnosis based on symptoms that have occurred over a lengthy period of time. A therapist can provide services and accept insurance. Therapy can be brief or go on for an extended period of time, even years.
Life coaching focuses on the here and now with an eye on what you hope for the future. It is solution-focused, time-limited and designed to help you make changes now. A life coach does not provide a diagnosis or accept insurance for payment. The life coaching relationship can be as long or as short as you need to create the changes you want.
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I don’t live near you – how will the calls work?
Thanks to the power of the internet, my coaching takes place online via Zoom conferencing.
I’m still not sure about signing up. How can I learn more?
I’m all for learning more! Book a complimentary call to see if we’re a good fit. After all, I believe that great work can happen with great people.
Heiddi, I can’t wait to work with you! Do you have any goodies to get me started right now?
Abso-freaking-lutely! My free guide “Find Time for You (in 15 minutes or less!)” will show you how to create, set and KEEP time for you. Easily and painlessly. Just click on the button below to find out more and sign up!
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Resources – Available 24 Hours Everyday
If you need mental health support- please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Crisis Text Line – Text “EMPATHY” to 741741 for support
National Suicide Prevention Hotline – Call 1-800-273-8255