You know what to do. But you may be stuck, discouraged, and frustrated. You’ve been here before, but you want this time to be different.

This time will be different with Well Care Coaching.  This time you will be guided by your strengths instead of your fears.  Your next move will be made in harmony with you and what you really want.

Be Hopeful

Be Inspired

Be Encouraged

Be Empowered

Well Care Kids is strength based, solution-focused brief therapy offered to children age 4 – 17 who are struggling with behaviors that are interfering with their functioning at home, at school, or within the community.  Instead of attending to who or what is to blame for the problem, sessions are laser focused on identifying and building the skills he/she needs to decrease and eliminate the problem behaviors. This is a collaborative approach that includes the parents, schools, and others who are considered important to the child so that they can help the child in practicing solutions.  These partnerships are critical to the child knowing they are not alone and that solutions are possible.

Seeing each child as resilient, and allowing him/her to practice control in more adaptive ways instills hope, and encourages independence rather than dependence.  Being able to trust themselves to overcome their current and future challenges is reinforcing in itself and invites them and others to see what they can do instead of what they can’t.

Well Care Services begin with a Well Care Assessment, providing a focused view of your assets and strengths, along with identifying ways that nutrition may be impacting you day to day.  This brief but informative assessment will help you to understand the “real life” issues that are contributing to or interfering with your satisfaction and joy, to include health, spirituality, relationships, work, school, recreation, and family. This awareness will make all the difference for you as you move toward faster and longer lasting improvements in your wellness and well-being.

Your plan, made for you by you.

You deserve to be happy at work too!  Encourage your employer to consider a Well Care Organizational Training aimed at personal growth, the prevention of burnout, and quality of life enhancement. The Work Assessment can be included as part of the Well Care Organizational Training to assist you and your coworkers in identifying problems and strengths in the area of work. This approach can assist employees to increase their work satisfaction by changing their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, relationships, and circumstances associated with their current job. Happier employees can mean improved customer satisfaction, productivity, lowered healthcare costs and decreased turnover.

Well Care Services are grounded in Nutritional and Positive Psychology providing an evidence-based collaborative approach with well-ness instead of ill-ness at its core. Strategies used support your happiness and your “Positive Health”.  As defined by the World Health Organization, “health is physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease” (WHO, 1946)Love you and your life again.  It’s time.

The International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) says it best:

The practice of coaching psychology may be described as a process for enhancing well-being and performance in personal life and work domains underpinned by models of coaching grounded in established adult and child learning or psychological theories and approaches. It is practiced by qualified coaching psychologists who have relevant qualifications, and have undertaken suitable continuing professional development and supervised practice.

What to expect from Well Care Services


  • Well Care Assessment
  • Well Care Coaching
  • Well Care Kids
  • Well Care Organizational Training
  • Well Care Organizational Training + Group Administered Work Assessments

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Psychological coaching is grounded in the art and science of psychology and is in many ways very similar to traditional psychotherapy.  They both utilize knowledge of human behavior, motivation, behavioral change, and interactive techniques in order to help a client move from where they are to an improved state of being. The differences between psychological coaching and traditional psychotherapy are related to their goals, focus, and perspective. Traditional psychotherapy seeks to diagnose and treat emotional and behavioral conditions, with the therapist serving as "expert" in support of the client. Unfortunately, many have considered the pursuit of traditional psychotherapy to be stigmatizing, in part because of this perspective of the client being "broken" and in need of repair.  Psychological  coaching offers a different point of view.  The coaching psychologist is more likely focused on developing a collaborative relationship, with the client in the "driver seat", with the perspective that the client is creative, whole, and resourceful.  The clients' capacity for wellness and healing is assumed, encouraging them to move more quickly and directly through obstacles to their happiness, success, and life satisfaction.  

As a Coaching Psychologist, my goal is to support you in creating awareness so that you can access your own skills and inner resources in order to manage the challenges you face now and into the future.  While our work together may touch on past traumas and psychiatric concerns, they will be addressed from the perspective of your strengths, rather than with a focus on ill-ness or disability.  In our larger community, it is not unusual for individuals to experience mild to moderate mental health issues, making psychological coaching an accessible and viable option.  If, in the course of our work together, either you or I have reason to believe that your mental or emotional health concerns are better addressed by another service provider, a referral will be made.  

As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, I have 20 years of ongoing training and experience providing, consulting and supervising others in the provision of psychological services.  However,  as of now, the life coaching field is unregulated, allowing anyone to be a life coach - even those without training in the behavioral sciences.  As well, the coaching field is considered to lack a solid base in research, creating disagreement on educational and training standards. The International Coach Federation (ICF) is working to change this.  In order to ensure that your coach is not counseling others beyond their expertise, it is suggested that when considering a life coach, individuals  should seek coaches who are trained or ICF certified.  Along with my license as a Clinical Psychologist, I am currently enrolled in MentorCoach® L.L.C., one of the oldest ICF accredited coach training programs, and one that will enable me to be an ICF certified coach.