Sometimes we just need a fellow journeyer to listen and help process thoughts and feelings. Ideally this is done with understanding, compassion and confidentiality.
If an introvert lives with an extrovert; or a verbal processor lives with someone who can’t or won’t process verbally, then it can be necessary to talk to a third party.
Courage can be shared and can be caught from others. Sometimes we benefit from another person who offers various perspectives and affirmations.
Conflict can be anywhere and anytime, and usually we handle it on our own. But there are also times when it helps to get outside assistance: A person who can offer interpersonal advice, reconciliation strategies, and even if necessary, to function as a third-party neutral/mediator. See this article for more details.
Helping people to say sorry. If past attempts to apologize have been met with shame, fear and condemnation, we may come to believe the biggest lie of humanity: That it is possible to live a rewarding life without ever saying sorry. It’s not. Fortunately, we can overcome our past and learn to find trust, connection, relief and love through our willingness to admit guilt and apologize to others. Through these efforts many non-apologists find what they have always been searching for—something that finally brings their life into alignment with their deepest desires. See this article for more details.
Relationships can be tricky. Sometimes it helps to talk to an outsider, to get a different perspective or to discuss options.
Career Path Coaching
Ideally suited for young people, this uses principles of personality and preference to evaluate possible directions for the future. Open to any age, but optimal for ages 13-16. See this article for more details.
Using principles of personality and preference, we can explore options that help us live in alignment with our callings and purposes. See this article for more details.
Ideation, encouragement, chapter/topic organization, editing/copy editing, proofreading, layout, epublishing, database creation, systems analysis/design, marketing and distribution brainstorming, networking.
NOTE: ALIGNMENT SERVICES ARE NOT CONSIDERED BY THE US GOVERNMENT AS ANY FORM OF LICENSED COUNSELING OR LICENSED MEDIATION.