WHO I WORK WITH
Are you experiencing a shift or transition in your life and feel like you have lost your sense of self, your foundation? Maybe you are experiencing a change in employment or relationship status, or a change in your sense of identity (i.e. getting divorced or becoming an empty-nester).
Is there a goal you have been working towards for years but it always seems to elude you? Maybe you’ve been told you don’t have what it takes. Or possibly your own inner critic gives you all the reasons that goal simply isn’t achievable.
Do you feel disconnected from or in conflict with yourself? Maybe you feel like one part of you is saying go ahead and the other is saying not so fast. Or possibly you feel something is missing, something’s wrong with you, or you are full of self-doubt.
Do you find you have flow and ease in one area of your life but another is challenging or difficult? Maybe your career is working well but you omit self-care. Possibly you have great health but your relationships are lacking. Or perhaps you have all the money you could want but suffer from ill health.
Maybe you are simply curious or love to explore ways in which your life could be better. You know there is something underneath that physical symptom, challenging relationship, career or money frustration and want to get clear about the hidden patterns you can change.
Systems of Change supports men and women who are interested in 1:1 or small group transformational work. Our focus is on supporting them to craft a more expansive vision for themselves and realize greater outcomes through creating new pathways for growth.
Transformational Coaching helps uncover how various parts of ourselves can become disconnected and excluded leading to inner conflict, challenges in achieving our goals, and difficulties in our work and personal lives. It’s like parts of your inner team feel out of alignment and needs some supportive guidance.
We help clients with:
Life transitions are times during which our sense of self may feel like it has lost its foundation. Whether it be moving from full-time to part-time employment or retirement, shifting from corporate to self-employment, becoming an empty nester or experiencing other relationship shifts. These are all situations in which parts of our inner team feel out of alignment and needs some supportive guidance.
If a part of us is committed to the goal but another part of us (inner team member) hates discipline, achieving the goal becomes more challenging. Hidden patterns from our families (emotional DNA) are only one way in which we may put obstacles on our own path to revealing our best selves. Inner conflict, lack of a clear vision or goal, resistance to taking responsibility or being held accountable are all clues.
Issues in career, relationship, health, money, or issues in other areas of your life, are often times the tip of the iceberg. Hidden patterns in our family dynamic and belief system, among others need to be revealed to allow us to release the challenge and reveal our best self.