Our relationship with ourselves is the foundation for every other relationship we have.
But most of us put ourselves last. Solo work is one way to prioritize your relationship with yourself in a meaningful way.
In addition to my couples coaching work, I’ve been blessed to support hundreds of folks individually as they get clear about what they want and need in partnership with others.
Things I help solo clients with:
breaking free from the default relationship patterns you grew up with
clarifying your boundaries & standing up for yourself
navigating jealousy, insecurity, and relationship anxiety with confidence
maintaining autonomy while building meaningful connection
exploring and reclaiming desire and passion
sexual empowerment and body sovereignty
working through and learning from a break-up
changing conflict patterns
managing intense emotions in relationships
building self-compassion and shame resilience
dating with integrity and choosing better partners
asking for what you need
getting the support and love you deserve
thinking creatively about relationships outside of the box
BEGINNING SOLO COACHING
Many people lose a sense of connection to themselves and to each other over the years. This is a sign you need a refresh.
In coaching we’ll start by identifying your core values, desires, and needs and how we can utilize your unique strengths to reinvigorate your vision.
THE SOLO COACHING PROCESS
After that initial strengths assessment and introduction we’ll meet for at least five sessions to give you a tune-up in five essential relationship areas.
I’ve broken down the four most common areas folks struggle so we can make adjustments with intention and integrity and build meaningful supports for you moving forward.
It’s not unusual for clients to identify one of these areas as their main focus for this work. We spend additional sessions clarifying areas of strength, practical tools, and skills to grow.