You may think you know your partner really well, but the coaching container allows couples to slow down, see each other through fresh eyes, giving new insights into the relationship and how to connect and love more deeply.
Do you need someone to deeply hear what you’re going through?
Are you in a relationship or communication rut? You don’t know how to get through to a partner, loved one, friend, or colleague?
You desperately want to be heard and you’re tired of repeating yourself or silencing yourself?
Maybe you’ve lost track of what you even want and value?
Couples Coaching is Relationship Coaching
I offer Couples Coaching in Kirkland, Bothell, Redmond & Online.
Are you ready to deepen or renew your relationships with Couples Coaching?
Identity: Who am I? What are the defining threads of my identity?
Feel the embrace of self acceptance, self-respect, and self liberation.
Couples Coaching can help you identify:
Which parts show up especially in difficult conversations and relationships? What is my conflict style & how do I engage with others?
How do I bring my full presence when listening to others? How do I listen to both the words and, behind that, to their hearts? How do I discern truth from my own interpretations and pictures? What blocks me from being fully present and open-hearted? All of these themes are key to moving from conflict to harmony and understanding.
How do I feel my feelings? What is the path to healing my emotional pain and unmet needs?
Couples Coaching can help address:
What do I need now in order for my relationships to work better for me? I can express my needs and connect deeper in relationships that matter most.
How do my requests and my demands serve or block healthy communication? How do I transform my demands? Even more, how do I heal the demanding parts of myself?
Making Agreements That Work For Everyone Using Fair Play Method Division of Household Labor
How do I speak from my heart, from wisdom and guidance, and without blame or judgment? How do I express myself without a difficult conversation becoming an argument or a debate? How do I open up a conversation where we can all look at our contributions rather than blaming and judging each other?
I know firsthand the challenges of marriage, parenthood and relationship conflict - I've been married 28 years. Divorce is also HARD, I'm a grown child of divorced parents. My commitment is to guide my clients through the transition in the most effective way that provides the best chance for stability, integrity, and healing for all members of the family using Gottman Relationship Coaching.
Midlife Coaching & Healing Arts
Kirkland, Washington, 98034 United States
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