The International Coach Federation (ICF)—the leading global coaching organization and professional association for coaches—defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”
Rachel provides life and leadership coaching drawing upon skills attained from her many years of working with clients in therapeutic settings. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology and a Master’s in counseling. While coaching expressly differs from therapy, her innate, as well as, honed emotional intelligence equips her with exceptional expertise to facilitate positive transformation. Rachel arms her clients with the tools necessary to increase their resilience and success. She customizes her approach to each individual’s needs taking into account temperament, circumstances, and goals. She produces results in her clients’ lives; positive outcomes which are observable and substantive. She guides her clients through an intentional process designed to foster healthier patterns which increase their effectiveness.
Rachel works with clients to address personal life challenges. She assists with a range of issues including relationship-building, stress management, career planning, family issues, and wellness. She has a Master of Health Science degree, and she believes genuine health encompasses wholeness physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. She understands all aspects of one’s life are interconnected and to change one will likely have an effect on others. For this reason, she is judicious with clients being perceptive of the pace and degree of change with which each individual is ready.
Rachel works with leaders in diverse organizations increasing their efficacy. She emphasizes integrity, proactivity, emotional intelligence and team-building. She equips her clients to build positive cultures which facilitate higher productivity, investment, retention, attendance, and creativity. She is a performance expert who effectively articulates the power of being an independent thinker while remaining in a spirit of cooperation.