Cindy’s Coaching Services


We all understand what a coach is when it comes to athletics.  The coach is the person who teaches and motivates the team members or the athlete to improve skills to win a competition.

“Coaching” is considered today to be more of a solution-focused, results-oriented, systematic approach.  The emphasis is on reaching a goal and not on past psychological issues.



I use coaching techniques within my psychotherapy practice because many people are unable to achieve what they want in life, and this causes emotional pain, so they seek psychotherapy.  Looking at past traumas or life circumstances and how a person got stuck in negative self-expressions and then changing these negative habits can be very helpful in achieving goals.  However, I do not do psychotherapy with my coaching clients and you can read more about this in my coaching agreement.

When I “coach”, I am helping you get from where you don’t want to be to where you do want to be. There is less emphasis on why you are the way you are, and more emphasis on how to get to a place that you want to be, or on how to improve your situation.  You decide what it is you want to achieve and I guide and support and challenge you toward achieving that particular goal.

I think coaching lends itself well to grief and loss because you know why you are hurting.  What you want is to find out how to not hurt so much and move forward in your life.  Also, normal grief is not a mental disorder and most grievers do not think of themselves as needing psychotherapy.



  • You can either buy individual or monthly sessions.  These are done either in person or over the phone.  (Recommended to come in person if in the area.)
  • Or, you can purchase a package of a certain number of sessions (recommended).  By buying a package you actually save yourself money.  The larger the package, the more money saved.

An example of how to use a package:  If  you buy a package of 12 sessions, you are getting 720 hours total.  You may make appointments for either 30, 60, or 90 minutes until you’ve used your 720 hours.  You must use all your hours within a 6 month period.



  1. Email Cindy at with your telephone number and email.  Cindy will call or email you to set up your free 30-minute consultation to clarify your needs.
  2. If you decide to proceed after the consultation you will fill out the registration form.
  3. Read and sign the agreement .
  4. Pay via credit card or PayPal via the appropriate button below.
  5. Once the payment is received, Cindy will contact you to set up the first session.
  6. Phone sessions are done via telephone.  Cindy will call you at the appointment time.
  7. Individual and monthly consultation sessions are 60 minutes in length and payment will be received BEFORE each session unless you are coming in person to the office.  You may then pay via check or cash at the start of the session.
  8. Cindy requires 24 hours if you need to cancel, or you will be billed for the missed session.  However, if there is an emergency, you can call and inform her of your concern and if you reschedule within the week, there will be no charge for the missed session.




24 sessions
(1440 minutes)
($80/60 minutes)


12 sessions
(720 minutes)
($90/60 minutes)


4 – 60 minute sessions


Can be any length over 60 minutes

Contact me with the number of hours you wish to purchase.



  1. You may cancel within 48 hours after signing up for a coaching package with 100% return of your payment.
  2. If you are unhappy about your sessions for whatever reason, you may cancel and receive the unused portion of your payment back, minus a $25 administration fee.


Note from Cindy:
“I am sensitive to the trust you are placing in my ability to help you and your success is important to me.  However, please understand that no one else can DO IT FOR YOU.’ I am here as a guide to help shine a light so that you may see your path more clearly.


As always, there is no judgment here, so be kind to yourself.

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