Experience the transformative power of one-on-one coaching and supportive groups, whether you find yourself in a stage of curiosity and questioning, recently embracing your true self, or having lived openly for years. Embrace the opportunity to live a more profound and fulfilling life as you expand your understanding and embrace a greater sense of authenticity.
Relationships and Intimacy
Address challenges related to forming and maintaining healthy relationships, fostering intimacy, setting boundaries, and improving communication skills.
Coming Out Process
Navigate the coming out process, including developing strategies, managing fears, and establishing support systems.
Family and Social Relationships
Heal relationships with family members, friends, and the broader social circle, providing tools for fostering understanding, acceptance, and healthy communication.
Spirituality and Religion
Heal past religious trauma and develop supportive practices, beliefs and community that affirm and celebrate your sexuality and cultivate equanimity.
Health & Wellness
Develop a holistic approach to to living well and caring for your body and mind through yoga, meditation, diet and developing a healthy body image.
Address sexual addiction and acting out and cultivate a healthy sex life that lifts your up rather than holding you back.
Learn to support HIV medications with yoga, meditation, diet and healthy living.
What is the difference between psychotherapy and coaching?
Psychotherapy focuses on diagnosing and treating mental health conditions, addressing emotional and psychological issues, and exploring past traumas. Coaching, on the other hand, is a collaborative and goal-oriented process that supports individuals in achieving personal and professional growth. Coaching is never a replacement for appropriate mental health care.
What topics can be addressed during life coaching sessions?
Life coaching sessions can cover a wide range of topics, including but not limited to self-discovery, relationships (dating, intimacy, and communication), self-acceptance, coming out, personal growth, career development, setting and achieving goals, managing stress and anxiety, and building resilience.
How do you approach coaching sessions with gay/bi-curious men?
Because I recognizes the unique experiences and challenges faced by gay and bi-curious men coaching is tailored to meet their specific needs. Through active listening, powerful questioning, and providing practical tools, I support clients in achieving their desired outcomes.
How long does the coaching process typically last, and how often are sessions held?
The duration of the coaching process varies depending on individual goals and needs. While some clients may benefit from short-term focused coaching, others may prefer a longer-term coaching relationship. The frequency of sessions is typically determined collaboratively between the client and me, with most clients scheduling sessions once a week or bi-weekly for consistent progress and support.
Are the sessions confidential?
Absolutely. Anything said in our sessions will be held in the strictest confidence. The only exception is if you are planning to hurt yourself or someone else.