Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Spiritual Coaching?

A: Spiritual Coaching provides a space for you to be heard and to be seen in the highest sense of who you are as a whole, perfect, and complete expression of the divine. Your coach is there to guide you to your inner wisdom to get clarity on what it is you really want and what are the steps to get there. Your Spiritual Coach offers you spiritual practices and tools to create a breakthrough where you may have previously felt stuck.

Q: What occurs in a session?

A: During the session the Spiritual Coach will listen to you to discover what you would like to work on and ask you questions that help you get clear on any issues, what choices you have, what you want, and what might be the deeper spiritual growth and healing that is calling you. The session will generally include affirmative prayer to support you in your transformation, as well as other spiritual practices either during the session or recommended for you as home practice.

Q: How long is a session?

A: Sessions are scheduled for about 55 minutes by phone or video-conference, or in person if you are local to the Denver metropolitan area.

Q: How often does one work with a Spiritual Coach?

A: Sessions can be ongoing or just once to address a particular challenge you are moving through. Typically, clients schedule multiple sessions because they find that there is a benefit to combining home practice interspersed with the sessions to reinforce the transformation in which they are engaged. The Coach and the client determine together the frequency, usually weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly.

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