We work with young adults to help them find their center while they figure out their future, and give them the confidence needed to pursue it. And for many young adults, a *coach, versus a therapist, can be a much more comfortable relationship to commit to.
For many of our millennial clients, adulthood does not look like what they've always envisioned. Most have no sense of where their life is going, and factor in the pressure of having to "become something before 30," high unemployment rates for college graduates, social and relationship uncertainties, and many feel like a failure before their lives have really begun.
If you (or your child) are in your early or mid 20's, and are feeling out of control and don't know enough about who you are and what you want to feel successful, here's the good news: you're not supposed to! Now's the time to ask the questions, including the big one: "Who Am I?" We'll help you find the answer and/or feel comfortable, and successful, until you do know.
Here are just a few of the young adult area we excel in:
*Coaching is not a substitute for professional advice such as a licensed doctor, therapist or counselor. Diagnosing psychological or medical conditions is for trained medical professionals (Physicians and Therapists), not a Life Coach.
I love my young clients!