Change may be hard but scheduling should easy!

A few tips for scheduling your coaching session

  • Purchase first, then schedule. When purchasing a package, you’ll receive a code to unlock discounted pricing when scheduling your sessions.

  • First time or starting a new series? Book a Discovery Session or Strengths Debrief.

  • Returning client? Choose a standard 45-minute session.

  • Need to add a session to a series for a quick consult? Choose a short session (30 minutes).

  • For more information on scheduling policies scroll down, or refer to your coaching agreement.

  • Still have questions? Contact me.


Purchase a Package 

When you purchase the package, you'll receive discounted pricing. Check your email for a code to use when scheduling each of your sessions.


Schedule A Session

If you purchased a package, use your code to unlock discounted pricing. Otherwise, you’ll be provided pay-as-you-go rates.

New Clients/Starting a New Series

Returning Clients


Additional Information

Book in advance to stay on top of your sessions.  You can book multiple sessions in advance — up to 60 days ahead of time. Payment is appreciated at the time of booking.

Check your email for your appointment confirmation and reminders. You'll receive two email reminders about your session — 36 hours and 1 hour in advance.  If you want to sign up for text reminders, you can do that, too. You'll receive one text, 36 hours prior to your appointment.

Make changes up to 24 hours in advance.  If you need to make a change to your appointment you can do so directly from your invite up to 24 hours in advance of your session.

What if I discover coaching isn’t for me? For all multi-session packages, pro-rated refunds are available in the event either of us decides we are not making progress or I am not the best professional to meet your needs. See your coaching agreement for specifics.

Pricing terms are current as of February 2018 — they are subject to change at any time. Please refer to your coaching agreement for a full discussion of expectations and terms.