Many people prefer one-on-one sessions since these are customized specifically to the needs of the client.

There are a few different ways I work one-on-one with clients.

Although I was a basketball player, I am a cheerleader at heart. I love to motivate and guide people to live their most optimal life. With that said, for people needing a bit of guidance and education, I offer coaching sessions, both online and in-person.

For clients who want to go more in-depth, I offer therapy in the states in which I am licensed as a marriage and family therapist (Kentucky and Texas). I work with adult individuals and well as couples. Currently, I see these clients in-person and am working toward working with new clients online as well.

Most people have a good sense of which category they feel best in, however, I’m happy to have a free, 10-minute “Meet & Greet” phone call with you, or you can send me a message to let me know your situation.

Either way, our first full session will be a chance for us to chat about your situation and for me to understand your goal for us working together.

For coaching clients, I find it’s helpful to move at a steady pace and provide accountability toward accomplishing your goal. Because of this, I offer packages for subsequent sessions based on your level of need.

For therapy clients, because we’re likely dealing with deeper, more emotional topics, I allow clients to schedule their appointments as they need them. Some people choose to schedule a session a week for four or five weeks. Other people schedule one at a time.

Whatever you decide, I look forward to working with you!

Are you ready to shift your perspective and mindset? I’d love to share with you my publication, “Five Ways To See Mindfulness Differently.”