Support Groups & Life Coaching
Krysten is a professional Life Coach who specializes in recovery coaching, personal growth, maintaining sobriety, relationships, grief and loss, and more. She offers coaching services for individuals, groups, couples, and families.
Krysten earned her associates in Psychology from San Jacinto Community college. She graduated from University of Houston- Clear Lake with two bachelor degrees in Psychology and Anthropology. She is currently working on her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work.
Krysten has a true passion for helping others reach their goals. She is a collaborative, solution-focused Life Coach. Through this approach, she provides support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She also integrates coaching techniques and helpful assignments to offer a highly-personalized program tailored to you. With compassion and understanding, Krysten works with you to help build on your strengths and attain the personal growth you are committed to achieving.
A good amount of time in between coaching sessions is spent creating a lesson plan and homework that is tailored to each and every client. No two clients are alike so all of the material that is gathered for you during your session is unique and solely for you. Krysten looks forward to working with you.
Ultimately, our job is to help you reach your goals, whatever they may be. That's why, in addition to our fitness and nutrition services, we offer life coaching. If you're stressed out, going through a hard time, or simply need a little support, we want to help. With this service, we work with you and provide homework geared at improving your life.
Our life coaching service is tailored to your specific needs. We can help you reach financial, personal, fitness, or overall vision goals. Group sessions are available as part of our membership or for our drop-in fee. Please contact us for one-on-one pricing.
Online sessions are available.
Are you frustrated in your relationships? Are you struggling with worry and fear in everyday situations? Are you feeling overwhelmed and stressed? As a Personal Life Coach, I believe that you know the answers to every question or challenge you may have in your life, even if those answers appear to be concealed or hidden inside. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. Helping you make radical improvements in your life is my focus. Life Coaching is my true passion. I specialize in the following areas. Divorce Coaching, Managing Worry, Stress Management, Personal Growth, Managing Grief, Managing Change, Relationship Coaching, Communication Skills, Confidence & Personal Power, Inner Peace, Achieving Balance, Maintaining Sobriety, and Organization & Productivity.
I offer sessions in person, over the phone, and through Skype. Contact me today for a free 30-minute phone consultation.
- Stress Management
- Maintaining Sobriety (Drug/Alcohol)
- Personal Growth
- Managing Grief
- Managing Loss
- Managing Change
- Relationship Coaching
- Communication Skills
- Confidence & Personal Power
- Inner Peace
- Achieving Balance
- Organization & Productivity
How is Life Coaching different from therapy?
While coaching can work with issues such as stress management, managing worry, identifying and reaching life goals and changing the behaviors that aren’t working well for you, coaching cannot deal with clinical issues such as clinical depression. For issues such as these, you must see a Physician or Licensed Mental Health Professional in your location. Although you as a client may have a diagnosis, such as Asperger’s Disorder or ADHD, coaching is not intended as a treatment or cure for that condition. Fees and Insurance: The fee for service is $125 per 60-minute in person, telephone, or video session. Fees are payable at the time that services are rendered. I do offer a sliding scale based on one’s ability to pay.
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Because coaching is not a medical treatment, typically insurance will not cover the cost. Some employers may cover some of the cost of coaching. It is your responsibility to pay for coaching and get reimbursed by your employer if that is the case.