Starting with a life coach or therapist can feel quite daunting.
It evokes a sense of vulnerability and risk. Who wants to bare their soul to a stranger, right?
Despite what our upbringings, society, or fears may tell us – critique, analysis, and scrutiny are not at all the role of a proficient coach or a therapist.
At Trueform Counseling and Coaching, I understand how nerve-wracking it can be, and I want to make the first step as approachable as possible. Which is exactly why our first interaction is what I call a meet and greet.
What is a Meet and Greet?
As a therapist and coach, one of the most crucial aspects is building a strong relationship with our clients. While it may seem like a simple introduction, a meet and greet can hold immense significance in your journey.
What’s the goal of a Meet and Greet?
Teaming up together and working collaboratively, at your pace, is paramount to your process. Here are some of the desired outcomes in our time together:
What can you expect?
When we sit together for a free meet and greet, I’ll ask what’s bringing you in? I’ll ask permission to help you have the experience of what working with me would feel like. I will answer any questions, provide some education about my approach, and ideally give you a sample of an experiential exercise — something you can take away with you from our time together.
You have ample opportunity to discuss what it is you’re looking for. No money necessary, no forms to fill out, and no commitment beyond the conversation.
In conclusion, the meet and greet is not just a formality; it can be a crucial step in your healing process.
I approach these initial conversations with genuine empathy, active listening, and a commitment to helping you make an informed decision.
If you’d like to proceed, you can schedule a Meet-and-Greet here.
I’m here to help!