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Wandering Traveler

Bridgewell Coaching

A bridge to who you want to be . . .

Life is full of transitions and changes, some by choice and other changes happen if you want them to or not! At times you can just feel overwhelmed, like you can’t keep up or just stuck in a rut. You have an opportunity to go from where you are today to where you want to be.

My goal as a coach is to help you bridge the gap between who or where you are and where you want to be. Through coaching, you can be encouraged to live an authentic life, living in grace. You can be a person who receives the love and grace that is waiting for you and be able to extend this love and grace to others, especially your family. Your home can be a place where people experience joy and others are attracted to the life you are living.

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About Coaching

Is Coaching Right for You?

“Coaching is the art and practice of guiding a person or group from where they are toward the greater competence and fulfillment that they desire.” Gary Collins

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Coaching helps people who want to . . .

  • get unstuck or cross a bridge in some area of their life

  • create a more meaningful marriage

  • define a relationship with a child or parent

  • discover a plan to live in balance

  • move through transitions with purpose

  • visualize a more purposeful life and take practical steps toward it

What Coaching Is . . .

Coaching is for relatively well-adjusted people who desire to be proactive, create vision, and move forward in their life. The coaching relationship is a co-equal partnership between the coach and the client. The client sets the agenda, draws their own conclusions and learns through action. The coach asks tough questions and helps the client create space to discover the answers.

What Coaching Is Not . . .

Coaching is not counseling, therapy, consulting, mentoring, or a form of discipleship. The coach is not the “expert” and does not give advice. The client is healthy, motivated, creative, and resourceful. It is critical for clients to understand the forward moving component of coaching. This forward movement is what distinguishes coaching from counseling.

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Wandering Traveler

“The coach’s job is to help you think more clearly, to push you to go deeper and reach higher, to provide the structure you need to stay focused on the agenda you’ve chosen.”

Tony Stoltzfus

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