About Twenty Minute Coach

Welcome to the Twenty Minute Coach.  You are reading this because you pushed the click button on page one.  So you are curious.  What is it that makes the Twenty Minute Coach different from other coaching sessions or from psychotherapy? 

First, let me tell you how I came up with the idea.  As a licensed psychologist, I was raised in a field that operates on a fifty-minute hour.  There were so many different theories and diagnoses to learn that I never really questioned the precious fifty-minute session.  The fifty-minute hour does work really well, but not for everything.

Thus, the Twenty Minute Coach was birthed to provide a smoother transition from psychotherapy to real life outside of the fifty-minute hour.  A client can now purchase a Twenty Minute Coaching package and have me virtually available for twenty-minute increments with a simple text that says,  "I need to schedule twenty minutes." 

The second reason I created the Twenty Minute Coach is for people who are leery of psychotherapy or who just really don't need a psychotherapist.  Our needs vary from time to time, from day to day, and often can be resolved in twenty-minute increments.  Most everything that is important enough to work on or resolve can be broken down to those three steps on page one. 

1.)   Write out what you want to accomplish

2.)   List what you will need to do or have to accomplish it.

3.)  Begin with one step toward your desired accomplishment.

Those steps can be taken in twenty-minute increments and work towards getting the first step started. 

Next,  the issue of accountability sets in. Who cares if I finish this task or not?  Your coach does.   Your coach is invested in helping you achieve the things in your life that are important to you.  So once the work has begun toward your goal, you use me in twenty-minute increments to help you stay motivated, on-task, and problem-solve the obstacles that get in your way. 

Who are some people that might benefit from a twenty-minute coach?

  • Parents:  who need immediate processing about what to do with a situation with their child.
  • Adolescents: Who have no patience for a psychotherapist prodding and pushing into their personal life, but need help with the immediate crisis.
  • Couples: Who are trying to build a bridge to each other.
  • New Relationships: People trying to look for red flags in order to not repeat old patterns
  • Employees: Trouble-shooting relationships at work or deciding to move on or not
  • Bosses: Trouble-shooting work situations
  • People in life transitions:  Divorce, grief, job loss, career decisions, and life transitions of any kind
  • People who are working on physical health issues:  From weight-loss to chronic pain such as fibromyalgia.

Anyone who is feeling a need for help, insight, direction, and/or to get out of old patterns and are serious about to moving forward  in his/her life.

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