Mindfulness-Based Neuroscience Coaching
1-to-1 coaching for individualized support in changing the brain for greater mindfulness, well-being, resilience and leadership capacities.
6 Live Coaching Sessions. 1 Powerful Framework.
A 5-part framework integrating neuroscience, coaching, mindfulness and mind-body solutions.
6 Private Sessions
Six one-hour sessions with certified neuroscience coach. Integrate the framework between sessions.
At Your Convenience
From the ease and comfort of your home or office, via phone, Zoom or Skype.
When you’re busy helping, change is hard
When you’re dedicated to improving the lives of others, you often fall to the bottom of the list.
Busy taking care of problems and serving others, each day can feel like a whack-a-mole game.
Stress, overwhelm and fatigue can set in. Growth and change become nearly impossible.
As they say on the airplane – you’ve got to put the oxygen mask on yourself first.
A whole-person, no-risk solution
Pathways to Change coaching uses a research-backed framework to address the whole person and incorporates 4 powerful approaches to change: neuroscience, coaching, mindfulness and mind-body principles.
The 1-to-1 coaching addresses each client’s unique situation within the larger framework. Coach and client work together to raise awareness and address client needs with targeted coaching and tools.
The process supports the brain and nervous system in the journey of change with greater self-awareness, resilience and and well-being, and leadership capacities.
Nervous about commitment? If you find it’s not for you, you can cancel at any time with prior notice, and will be refunded for unused sessions.
Pathways to Change Coaching Process
(1) Complete a self-assessment to identify your coaching needs.
(2) Participate in 6 one-hour coaching sessions (via phone, Zoom or Skype) to apply the framework to your individual needs for rewiring the brain for greater functioning and impact.
(3) Between sessions, take actions to further your learning, deepen your progress and strengthen new neural pathways.