Sunday, July 31, 2011

and Life Coaching
I have neglected my Life Coaching Blog this month.  It has been an extremely fun, busy, crazy month and I just couldn't get the time to write.  When I did have time I was too tired to think so I decided it was ok to take a break but it is time to get back into the swing of things and start blogging again!

As I was gone this month one thing I realized is how many out of the country and out of state visitors I have.  I have a program that shows me when and where from people are checking my blog and while I was not even writing I have had 620 page views.  I don't get alot of followers or comments but I found this stat to be eyeopening.

So I'm saying all this to let anyone from out of state, city or country to know that I do Life Coaching/Biblical Counseling via Skype.  Your can check out my links to see the areas that I specialize in.

The way it works is you email me.  I will send you the forms needed to get started.  We will set up on appt that will be conducted on Skype and you will pay by Paypal before we meet.  Our first meeting will be a consultation which will include alot of questions so I can get an idea of how I can help you.  After that I will give you some thoughts as to what I feel I can do for you.  Then you will decide if it's a good fit and if so we will schedule our next appointment.

The price per session if it is a Skype appt is 42.50.

The 2.50 is what PayPal charges for their services.  I can keep the price lower on Skype because I don't have the expense of gas and time to go to the office. 

This is the link to the counseling centers I contract with and that I work under.  Our meetings will be under the guidelines one of these two counseling centers.  or .

I am also including my email in case anyone would like more individual information:

Next post I'm going to start a series on Co-dependency - what I consider one of the biggest problems among Christians and I don't believe that was ever God's plan for us.

"For am I now seeking the favor of men or of God?  Or am I striving to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a servant of Christ."  Galatians 1:10