We are OPEN and offering Social Emotional Learning Groups. Contact us today!
Connie works with students from kindergarten - thru the college years. Let’s face it, it’s
challenging to start a new grade at any level. Whether students are just starting the process,
switching schools, moving with new relatives, or moving into a dorm, emotions can run wild.
Connie also works with adults. She holds individual coaching sessions, parenting workshops, or family sessions. Children don’t come with their own manual on how they work (we all wish they did), so working with parents on how to help manage moods, motivation, or other emotions is what she does.
Don’t have kids? No problem. As mentioned before, EI is lacking with most adults. We were never taught the skills needed to become good empathetic listeners, or how to have good motivation, self-awareness, or social skills! Where was Bee Balance when we were young?
She also works with schools and/or organizations. Want to hold a workshop on a certain topic?
Self-Esteem? Empathy? Motivation? Contact Coach Connie to set up your very own workshop
based on the needs you are looking for.
Most clients love the fact that they get to connect via the web…it becomes less intimidating and eliminates the stigma that comes with seeing a therapist.
Send Connie a message and she will get back with you on the best plan that meets your specific concerns.
Coach Connie does have a background in counseling so for her the major difference is this…In coaching, she focuses on the GOOD Model of Coaching (Goals, Obstacles, Options, Do). It is an action-based approach that gets the client actively thinking and doing and being accountable for it.
Therapy is often based on a disease model and providing a diagnosis of sorts, and focuses on what needs to be fixed.
Coach Connie is not here to fix anything. Rather, enlighten the client to discover what areas they need to better set goals to improve, and also become their think partner in that process.
You will be surprised the number of students that are excited to learn that coaching is actually available for them. Many students don’t need a clinical therapist to help them but rather a confidential think partner. However, here are a few tips if you are concerned:
Only you can answer that question because anyone can call themselves a coach these days. Coach Connie is certainly not one of those people that just decided to call herself a coach—-check out her credentials. Her whole life has been dedicated to the world of coaching philosophies even throughout her counseling career. A few things to consider when searching for a coach are: