Want to change your life in as little as one hour?
Adina offers coaching services for clients in a wide variety of situations:
Challenges with life transitions through divorce and how it affects the family unit
Supermom syndrome and finding life balance
Navigating landmines due to co-parenting challenges
Children adjusting to divorce
Becoming a caregiver for a parent
Caring for parents or loved ones with terminal illness
Dealing with children’s differences and how it affects the family unit such as:
Executive function differences
School problems and motivation issues
Relating to others or other socialization issues
Challenges relating to raising children or family members with special needs
Coping with infertility, grief, and loss, loss of a child
Assertiveness training and self advocacy
Advantages to Coaching:
There is nothing inherently wrong with many people. We all have the capacity to learn and grow from past success or even past failures. Coaching refines your abilities. Coaching allows you to grow and succeed in a positive and nurturing environment. Adina believes that those who are ready to embrace new challenges, refine their thinking, and are ready to take the next step in personal growth are ideal candidates for coaching.
And, if you needed another reason to embark on this life-changing journey, for a limited time, Adina is offering a special package for new coaching consults. Contact us today to discover how coaching can benefit you!
Difficulty coming to the office? Trying to work around kids’ nap schedules? Challenges being in the same space with your co-parent? Travel a lot for business? No problem!
Coaching can be offered in the setting of your choice via SKYPE or telephone.
Q. What is a life coach?
A. Coaching, is a teaching, training or development process via which an individual is supported while achieving a specific personal or professional result or goal. The individual receiving coaching may be referred to as the client or coachee. The structures, models and methodologies of coaching are numerous, and may be designed to facilitate thinking or learning new behavior for personal growth or professional advancement.
Q. What is the difference between coaching and counseling?
A. When coaching is aimed at facilitating psychological or emotional growth it should be differentiated from therapeutic and counseling disciplines, since clients of coaching, in most cases, are considered healthy (i.e. not sick). The purpose of the coaching is to help them move forward in whatever way they want to move, not to ‘cure’ them. Coaching builds on the core strengths that you as an individual already possess. We work together to refine the plan and deliver you from reluctance to action.
Q. What is the purpose of coaching?
A. Coaching is often designed to facilitate thinking or learning new behavior for personal growth or professional advancement. Coaching works with the strengths that a person already has, and builds on past experienced success. Coaching is meant to foster a sense of independence and empowerment and is not dependent on the counselor assigned the role of expert. Coaching for adults is also available by phone or Skype, as well as in person.
Q. What population do you serve?
A. Adina works with both children and adults. Her specialty is helping parents and children adjust and cope with challenges associated with living with family members having varying degrees of special needs and differing abilities. Adina also has extensive experience providing practical parenting solutions and co-parenting strategies. Parents and children often need extra support and resources, both of which Adina is well equipped and happy to provide.
Q. Is coaching covered by insurance?
A. At this time, we are not in network with any insurance providers, but we are happy to provide receipts and other necessary documentation upon request.
Q. What training and certifications does Adina hold?
A. Adina holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and Psychology. She holds credentials as a Certified Life Coach from the Coach Training Alliance, which is accredited by the International Coaching Federation. Adina has also been trained as a facilitator and has successfully mediated situations between school districts and parents, and parents who may be going through divorce or have differing parenting approaches that are adversely affecting their home life.
Adina is both a credentialed mediator and a Family Law Mediator. Adina is also a trained Parent Coordinator specializing in high conflict divorce. She frequently conducts mediations for special needs families needing a divorce or modification to divorce orders. Further, Adina has served as a national educational consultant for a parenting program and trained hundreds using practical parenting and researched based intervention strategies. She has been recognized by the Collin County Association of Young Children for her role as a child and family advocate and is also a member of the elite Texas Trainer Registry. Adina is also a frequent family systems presenter for Dispute Resolution Services.