Here's How to get Started:
- Sixty Day Package: Six in-person or phone/video call sessions plus free "get to know you" session, six phone or email check-ins (In-person session in Lake, Northern Cook, & McHenry Counties, and Chicago Downtown Illinois only)
- 90 Day Package: Nine In-person or phone/video call sessions plus free "get to know you" session (in-person session in Lake, Northern Cook, & McHenry Counties, and Chicago Downtown Illinois only):
- Group Sessions: (Workshops, Art Classes & Brown-bags) per # of group members (the larger the group, the more you save!) Groups can be located in the following areas: Downtown Chicago, Northern Cook, Lake, McHenry counties in Illinois, Kenosha and Walworth counties in Wisconsin.
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SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY
At times I may
conduct a web search on clients before the beginning of coaching or during
coaching. If you have concerns or questions regarding this practice, please
discuss it with me. I do not accept friend requests from current or former
clients on my psychotherapy or coaching related profiles on social networking
sites due to the fact that these sites can compromise clients' confidentiality
and privacy. For the same reason, I request that clients do not communicate
with me via any interactive or social networking websites dealing with
confidential information. In order to protect your confidentiality, you may not
want to connect with me on social media; if you connect and communicate with me
on social media as a coaching client you may inadvertently disclose that you
are my client.
I will make every effort to
ethically protect your unreleased confidential information by using passwords
and protecting paperwork with lock and key. However, there are limits to
confidentiality if I believe you are a possible harm to yourself or others.
Although confidentiality is protected for licensed psychotherapy and counseling
relationships under the law there is no law of privilege for coaching