Approach to Life Coaching
I love the growth process, both for myself and for others. There is nothing I would rather do than become more open, be open with others, and experience in a genuine way.
I help my clients do this very thing through the Holistic Life Coaching process. Acceptance, love of what is, struggle, the light and the dark and movement through and between.
I love a good conversation, and a good conversation starts with deep listening, truly being curious about what the other person has to say, deeply desiring a new perspective and to learn from the unique soul in front of you.
This is the attention I promise you in our life coaching sessions together, because this love and curiosity is very genuine for me.
Critical thinking goes hand in hand with this. Part of deep listening and good communication is the ability to discern what is being said and to tease out ideas that have been clumped together. Through good questions and deep reflection in our coaching sessions we will parse, examine, discern and look at what is being deeply said - a direct reflection of one's inner voice.
I want to hear this voice from you and help you hear what it is saying.
Emotional energy in the body is something I work with a lot, understanding where it resides, how to identify it, and how deal with it. Through a counseling process of somatic inquiry I have learned to really listen to my body and get a lot of information this way. This is a tool I use often in my Life Coaching work.
I create a safe space for you to explore your own body’s intelligence.
Love for humanity itself the last element of my Life Coaching approach. I have a lot of compassion for us as human beings, an acceptance of our struggle to grow and understand, and a very deep love of our relationship to spirituality - however that shows up.
This means any perspective you have to share or share from will be embraced and honored.
All of these elements I infuse with a Buddha belly full of laughter!
"Ella asked the right questions to help me find the answer I wasn't letting myself see. I was making it too complicated and the questions helped me see what I was really saying and what I really wanted." - D.O.