What kind of coaching method do you use? What do you specialize in?
My coaching is "YOUlistic". (Nope, that’s not a typo). With my approach we work together from every angle and leave no stone left unturned to help you reach your goals.
You’re not an island and neither is one area of your life, so I work from the perspective that your lifestyle, relationships, health, and work all affect your happiness. We’ll work to improve all of these areas, starting with you and how you experience them. Then, the ripple effect starts to manifest.
I specialize in helping you embrace your authentic self and be truer to yourself every day. I believe that self-care is something that everyone needs to be happy and healthy and it doesn’t just mean yoga and eating healthy. Self-care and mindful living is what gives your life meaning, allows you to feel joy in your life and supports continuous growth. This is what YOUlistic coaching means.
What kind of clients do you serve?
My clients are incredible human beings who know they could feel more happy, satisfied, vibrant, productive and self-loving. Most of my clients are women millennials or in their early 30’s. Half of my clients are solopreneurs or small business owners.
Do I need to know what I want to work on? Do I need to have a specific goal?
Absolutely not. Half of my clients come to our first meeting without a specific goal in mind, they have a feeling that coaching could help them feel better. By the end of your discovery session, we create a vision. The vision could have very specific action-oriented goals or be based on how you want to feel about yourself, certain relationships or to gain clarity on a specific area of your life.
I will teach you strategies to accomplish your goals, whether micro or macro, short-term or long term. Everything from communication skills, to meditation and mindfulness, to time-management, to interrupting unwanted patterns and habits.
What can you help me with?
Check this page out and if you still have questions, here are some common coaching topics:
Communication Skills & Conflict Resolution
Organization and Time Management
Dating, Sex and Intimate Relationships
Stress & Anxiety Management
Goal Setting & Career Direction
Self-Esteem and Confidence
Being Independent (Emotionally, Mentally & Financially)
What can’t you help me with?
The only requirement for being coached is that you are mentally stable. If I feel that you would be better served by another health professional I will say so. Otherwise, the best thing to do is apply for a free discovery call here and ask me specifically about you’d like to work on.
I have anxiety, is this something you can help me with?
Yes, many of my clients suffer from general anxiety (anxiety attacks) or social anxiety. I suffered from anxiety for 10 years and through changes in my lifestyle, eating habits and personal development practices I no longer deal with this extreme form of worry and stress.
I’ve been diagnosed with depression, can I still come to you for coaching?
Coaching can be a great complement to psychotherapy. In order to benefit from coaching, you do need to be mentally stable and functioning. I will not discredit your diagnosis but you should know that my beliefs about depression are alternative and I believe there are many things that you can do to relieve yourself of depression related symptoms.
I’m single, but I am looking for ‘the one’ is this something you can help me with?
Yes! The best time to work on your marriage is during your relationship, the best time to work on your relationship is before you’re in one. Relationship coaching isn’t just for couples, it’s for you, whether you’re in a romantic relationship or not. Why, you ask? First off, you need to get good at your relationship with YOU. Second, you’re in many relationships all the time and you have something to learn from all of them. Your platonic relationships are the perfect place to start to practice and become a rockstar communicator.
What is Strategic Intervention & what does that mean for our coaching together?
Strategic Intervention extracts the most practical and effective forms of strategic action and communication from a variety of disciplines: Ericksonian therapy, strategic family therapy, Human Needs Psychology, organizational psychology, neurolinguistics, the psychology of influence, strategic studies, traditions of diplomacy and negotiation, and others.
I became a Strategic Intervention coach because I wanted to learn from the best and be the best coach I could possibly be. For me, there was no other school that could give me the well-rounded education, tools and supervised practice that I wanted. I had been a fan of Tony Robbins and what he stands for many years and soaked up every free online video and training, interview and book, I could find. I studied with the founding teachers of the Strategic Intervention Institute, Mark & Magali Peysha and continue to learn from them.
What are your professional qualifications?
I’m a Strategic Intervention Life Coach, Points of You® Certified Trainer and Ashtanga Yoga Teacher.
What languages do you speak?
English & Hebrew
I’m loving this, what should I do next?
That’s easy! Apply for a free discovery session here.