Sometimes the problem isn’t that we don’t know what our issues are–it’s that we struggle with our next steps! Coaching, sometimes called life coaching, is a relationship in which you bring your issues and concerns to me, the coach, and I ask clarifying questions to learn more about it and what’s keeping you stuck.

You might seek coaching if…

My Coaching Background

I coach because other people coached me, and I am a better person for it. At times when I felt like I didn’t have the answers for my where I should go, coaches of many different types came into my life and helped me to see that I had the resources and wisdom I needed to find that voice deep within that knew what I needed in life. As a parish and community minister, I’ve been coaching people in making changes in their lives for over a decade. My formal coaching training comes from the coaching program at Luther Seminary. I am pursuing credentialing through the International Coaching Federation.

What Does It Look Like?

A good coach asks questions and helps you develop a plan for action while building in a sense of accountability to your life’s goals. Coaching sessions are typically an hour long and happen once a month, though we can talk about meeting more often if there’s something particularly sticky going on in your life. I’ll ask you what you hope to get out of the coaching session and we’ll focus on that as goals for our time together. Rather than offering you advice or fixing your problems for you, I encourage you to listen to the voice inside that already knows what you need to do. By the end of each session, you will have actionable things you can do to pursue the changes you hope for in life.

I am available to meet online via Zoom or in-person in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.


  • Segment 1 Coach Training, Luther Seminary, 2024

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