Are you a coach or coach-in-training who needs mentor-coaching hours for your ICF Credential or your coach training program? Are you preparing to write the ICF Coach Knowledge Assessment exam? Are you feeling a bit overwhelmed by the process when all you want to do is what you love…coaching?
I understand! I’ve been there and I wish I had had someone to guide and encourage me.
I’m an ICF PCC-level coach with 1800+ hours of experience since 2003. I’m also a Registered ICF Mentor-Coach who’s mentor-coached over 25 coaches and coaches-in-training at various schools.
Your mentor-coaching program will be tailored to meet your specific needs as defined by the requirements of the Coaching School you are training with or as defined by the requirements of the ICF Credential level you are applying for, either ACC or PCC.
Let me support your success.
I encourage prospective clients to schedule a complementary 30 minute consultation call. Please note that this is not a coaching session. The purpose of this call is for us to get acquainted and to explore your challenge, goal or change desire. This is also a great way to make sure that you get the coaching package that is right for you and to confirm that we are comfortable and confident working together.
Click here to request your complementary consultation call or to discuss any coaching related questions or concerns you might have.
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