Life Coach/Media Consultant

 
 
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Life Coaching tends to focus on the present and future rather than the past. Coaches help people identify their goals and the obstacles they are facing. Like therapy, coaching involves guidance and support but also places a great deal of emphasis on accountability, enabling people to do more than they might on their own. In my coaching I help you with your goals and career paths. Homework is often assigned. 

I help people move forward and set personal and professional goals that will give them the life they really want. Most life coaching clients are healthy, successful people who might be a bit stuck or simply want to make a big change in their lives and want the support of their own personal coach to do so.

 

10 Ways a Life Coach Will Make Your Life Awesome

  • Find Your True Purpose in Life. ...

  • Get Crystal Clear on What You Want in Life. ...

  • Build Your Confidence. ...

  • Get Motivated. ...

  •  Get the Tools You Need to Reach Your Goals. ...

  •  Grow Spiritually. ...

  •  Live the Life You've Always Wanted for Yourself. ...

  • Get the Guidance and Support You Need.

One of the most important distinguishing factors between psychotherapists and coaches is that psychotherapists are trained to help people who are facing mental illnesses, and coaches are not. Even though a great deal of stigma exists around psychotherapy mental health problems are more common than ever, impacting about one in four Americans at some point in their lifetimes. If you are seeking help for a common mental health problem such as depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), psychotherapy is the way to go.


MEDIA CONSULTATION



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As a Producer for over 18 years I understand the production company's need to make “good TV”, top ratings and profits; as a psychotherapist I discern the responsibility to look after the guests/contestants and production company by the expertise that there is a fine line between watchable breakdowns and pure tragedy. For contestants/guests and their families the aftercare help is priceless. For production companies the treatment’s often a big blow to their budget, but increasingly beneficial to the bottom line and legal affairs.

As a Television Aftercare Specialist/Producer, I am hired by the production company to screen and meet guests before during and after the show. If the guest has mental health problems such as addiction, abuse, etc, it can stir up the issues and bring them to the forefront. When the show ends I am there to help provide support and often will refer guests for further care in their hometowns. I have numerous resources and professional contacts I have built in my time as an Aftercare Specialist.

A few shows I have worked on include Telepictures, Dr. Drew’s Life Changers Show;"Advice For Life" for Live Well; and Fox Television The New Ricki Lake Show, “The Psychic Show”, “Moral Code”, “The Test” “The T.D. Jakes Show” and most recently “Face The Truth” for Stage 29 Productions. On Dr. Drew’s “Life Changers”, “The Test” and “Face The Truth” we often provided life changing psychological and physical interventions and part of my responsibilities was to locate the best experts and facilities to help our guests with free scholarships for a chance of a new life. I uphold the needed discernment and proficiency to interact and collaborate with Legal, Network, Production Staff and Crew.

In addition to being a consultant and After Care for Television shows, I have had numerous television appearances addressing current events, relationship issues, and other wide range topics.