Life Coaching

How is Life Coaching different from Therapy? Or just talking with a best friend?

Life Coaching is not therapy. Life coaching focuses on the present and the client's future. Life coaches help people move forward, exploring options and goals to help the client move toward the life they want. Most life coaching clients are healthy, successful people that want more out of life, may feel a little stuck, or want to make a change in their life. 

Best friends are terrific! Everyone should have one, two or three best friends. Often, best friends know you well - but that also means they can be too close or too emotionally involved in your situations. Also, they aren't always willing to tell you the truth because they don't want to risk losing the relationship. Best case scenario - have a best friend and a coach!Type your paragraph here.

Roxanne has finished her advanced certificate in Christian Life Coaching through THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN COUNSELORS.

In 1 Thessalonians 5:11, it tells us to "encourage one another and build each other up". Roxanne's heart is to live this out as a life coach and help each of her clients find direction and purpose for their life in Christ.

"I went to a counselor for almost a year, it was helpful, BUT  the 20 minutes of 'truth talk' that you spoke into me today helped more than all those counseling sessions I went to last year!  Thank you!"

Individual and Group Coaching available.

We also offer Personal and Leadership Intensives. These are 2 1/2 - 4 day retreat style training, teaching, coaching and encouragement days to build you and/or your team....

​"Life coaching is a partnership between a client and coach. 

One-on-one coaching requires commitment from both sides. 

It is this mutual commitment that fosters a culture of trust and growth.

Life coaching is focused on the here and now; not the past. We look for ways to move forward. And I believe you have the answers inside you - they are just sometimes hidden. A coach is someone that helps you find those answers; someone that knows you, is for you, wants your success, isn't afraid of you, and is on your team. A coach can help you see what you couldn't see on your own. 

Life Coaching is supportive and positive. At the end of a coaching session, you should feel uplifted, encouraged, motivated, lighter, and more positive. 

​As a Life Coach client, you are responsible for your communication, decisions and actions. A coach may offer insight, ask you to think differently about something, make suggestions, ask hard questions, offer feedback, but you decide what works for you. 

​As your coach, my passion is to see you get from where you are to where you want to be.  I want the extraordinary life inside of you to make it to the outside of you."