Coaching and Neurofeedback

The main similarity between coaching and psychotherapy is a relationship based on trust and rapport between two parties, client and coach or client and therapist.  

Coaching vs. Psychotherapy

As a health & wellness coach, I am trained to help clients develop and implement personal wellness plans by: 


  • accepting and meeting you where you are today 
  • asking you to take charge 
  • guiding you in doing the mindful thinking and doing work that builds confidence 
  • helping you define a higher purpose for wellness and uncover your natural impulse to be well 
  • helping you tap into your innate fighting spirit 
  • addressing mental and physical health together 
  • helping you draw a personal wellness blueprint 
  • helping you set realistic goals; small victories lay the foundation for self-efficacy 
  • harnessing the strengths you need to overcome your obstacles 
  • helping you view obstacles as opportunities to learn and grow 
  • helping you build a support team 
  • inspiring and challenging you to go beyond what you would do alone.

While therapists focus on diagnosis, treatment, and issues of clients in serious distress, coaches focus on strengths and wellness, helping clients who may be facing challenges to build a better future. Coaches work with people who may already be doing some things well in their lives and who wish to do better or to develop in other dimensions. Discovering possibilities and envisioning the future is both more fun and, in many cases, more effective than resolving problems and revisiting the past.


As a health & wellness coach, I do not provide diagnosis or prescribe treatment. Instead, we will partner together to assess where you are now in terms of health and wellness and where you would like to be; to create a wellness vision based on your needs, values, and desires; to set and accomplish meaningful and sustainable health-related goals. 

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