What we do

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Conflicts are inevitable in our lives and how we handle them is influenced by our personalities, childhood upbringing, life experiences, and other factors. When conflicts are mishandled, they often result in broken relationships, unpleasant feelings, tension or distrust between the individuals involved. If you think you are challenged when you are faced with conflict; if you would like to explore your behavior in more detail and learn how to address and resolve conflict successfully; if you want to learn to say the hard truths while preserving your relationships; if you would like to gain more confidence and become more empowered or simply enhance your communication and negotiation skills, then please consider contacting me, I would be glad to be of assistance to you. I am interested in working with adults, older teenagers, couples, partners, friends or family members who would like to work on their current issues.

The introductory 45-minute consultation is free and can be done in-person or over the phone, or via Skype. Ideally, we will meet in some stress-free place where there is no emotional connection to any of your old memories.  My philosophy is that people are self-sufficient, very resourceful and they have answers to their own questions and my main goal is to help them find those answers. My main role will be to facilitate the dialog between parties, introducing some effective communication techniques, listening to what was said (as well as what wasn’t), not giving any advice, providing one-on-one conflict coaching, etc. To roughly compare coaching with therapy / counseling, I can say that therapy / counseling is past-oriented while coaching is future-oriented and involves out-of-the-box thinking and creative decision-making. I see coaching as a fun, insightful and very inspirational process which invites parties to work and play towards positive outcomes.

Please fill out the brief contact form on our website if you have any questions.
I look forward to working with you.