One-on-One Coaching

Why choose one-on-one coaching with me?

You want a sanctuary where you can be courageous (and/or outrageous) and still find the support you need to struggle with big questions, find grounding under your feet, and create practices and actions that truly create some change. Because you are really tired of things being the way they are.

Coaching creates space for you to reflect on your life – to step back, to make meaning, to get in touch with where you are and where you want to be.  It is a powerful process of discovery AND action – reflect, and then act with intention. After 20 years as a justice educator within the framework of Catholic Social Teaching, this model for social change is second nature: See – Reflect – Act – Celebrate.  As a coach, I hold the space for you to do this process with courage and tenacity so that you can live into the best version of yourself.  

One-on-One Coaching fee: $100 per hour. One-on-one coaching can be via phone, video conference, or in person in the greater Milwaukee area. Client preference is taken into account when scheduling the sessions.

Accessibility and economic justice are important to me – if $100/hour seems out of reach for you, I have scholarship options. If you need coaching – book a consult call. We can figure it out. Creativity isn’t my middle name, but I kind of wish it were. I have a personal commitment to ensuring everyone who wants coaching can get it – I’ve been there and have benefited from scholarships, discounts and pro bono services myself… so I hear you – and want to help you figure out how to get the support you need.

And…. check out my Group Coaching offers. This is a great way to try out coaching for a reduced rate while also giving and receiving support in community. Workshops and online classes are a great place to start if you are still on the fence.

Unsure why you feel drawn to coaching, but you know you need a shift? I remember being there! Book a complimentary 30 min call – see what we can figure out together in the time it takes to watch a Ted Talk or two. (Yea, that’s right – I know the type.)