What is Crystylized Coaching?
I incorporate my training as a certified Bulletproof Coach, Hakomi practitioner and Internal Family Systems coach. These modalities span the range from functional medicine and biohacking to the ancient practices of meditation, mindfulness and compassion, but engaged in a practical manner that fits our modern lives. I integrate our current understanding of how the brain, heart and body work together.
Crystylized Coaching is founded on presence-based listening and empowering clients to realize their true potential. My training has covered the latest in nutrition science, exercise, sleep, neurofeedback, biofeedback and other cutting-edge wellness approaches.
I guide clients to adjust their internal and external environments for optimal resilience and health.
What are your specialty areas?
I focus on helping people master their relationships: relationship to self, partners and friends, parents and children, colleagues and society, work and goals.
I help clients examine their purpose in their current work or goals, and consider what new goals might bring greater meaning. Our journey is toward mindfulness and improved communication with all those in your life. We connect with your life purpose and your understanding of happiness.
In addition, I can help design a bioindividual healthy diet, exercise and sleep schedule. I work with a functional medicine doctor with nearly two decades of experience in helping clients with medical issues to address, or simply to determine their optimal supplement regimen. Working with my consulting doctor, I can help to request the most advanced biomarker testing for mitochondrial, hormone, thyroid, gut, adrenal health and more.
How is coaching different from therapy?
Coaches work with clients who are high-functioning and committed to personal growth. In a coaching relationship, the client holds the power to decide their own agenda, goals and path of progress. The coach is there to ask powerful questions, to witness and provide perspective, to invoke greater self-awareness and at times, to provide specific knowledge.
A coach champions her client and helps the client to perceive her own true potential. A therapist, on the other hand, in general, retains power in the relationship, often focuses on exploration and understanding of the past, and sometimes works with people in crisis, depression or other challenged states.
How do you offer coaching?
I coach people all over the world through online video conferencing. We will begin with a free 30-minute discovery session to get to know each other and mutually decide if we are a good fit. If we go forward, you will complete coaching intake forms and make payment for your full coaching package before our next meeting.
My favorite conferencing software is Zoom. You can download the free software onto your computer, or install the app on your phone. Zoom generally provides the fastest connection and it also allows you to record the session which is valuable for review and reflection. I can also use Skype.
I'm interested but I don't think I can afford private coaching!
This is an investment in yourself, your physical, emotional and spiritual health. I myself work with top coaches and therapists because I know how valuable it is to have skillful guides who are fully dedicated to my growth. Coaching is worth exactly how much you're willing to put into it. If you are genuinely committed to your personal transformation, you will reap what you sow.
I have a very busy schedule with travel and work. Can you meet when I'm home, traveling, or in the office?
The beauty of online coaching is we can meet each other any time, any where. I have a flexible schedule and can work with you to find a regular time that fits your busy life.