Academics & Artistry

Academics & Artistry

Talent expresses itself differently in every individual.

Curiosity urges you to explore different subjects and confidently hone your talents. Coaching helps you recognize your unique strengths while creating systems of learning that work for you.

Coaching can support your academic and artistic pursuits in a number of ways, including:
  • Being intentional about your study and art-making habits
  • Casting aside doubt
  • Stoking the fires of curiosity
  • Defining what academic success looks like for you
  • Harnessing your unique learning style;
  • Mastering the motivation necessary to achieve your goals;
  • Generating creative solutions to unique problems, and;
  • Building resiliency
  • Moving you beyond burn out and into inspiration

“As I see it, the aims of education are to enable students to understand the world around them and the talents within them so that they can become fulfilled individuals and active, compassionate citizens.” – Sir Ken Robinson, PhD

Careers & Callings

Are you looking for a job?
A career? Or perhaps a calling?

Coaching helps you gain clarity around your work values, skills, and strengths so you can seize meaningful professional opportunities. It also helps you understand your motivation when deciding whether you need a job, want to build a career, or must put your passion in perspective as you cultivate your calling.

Career coaching supports you in building the future you envision in the following ways:

  • Leveraging skills and passions with intention
  • Achieving significant career goals
  • Confidently innovating new technologies
  • Brainstorming creative projects or solutions
  • Powerfully telling one's personal story
  • Proving one has applicable experience
  • and more...

"The human life is inherently creative. It’s why we all have different resumes. We all create our own lives through this restless process of imagining alternatives and possibilities." - Sir Ken Robinson, PhD


Creating Changemakers

Turning obstacles into opportunity.

Changemakers are empathetic to others. They are keen observers of life around them and are compelled to shake up the status quo in an effort to create a better future for all, often teasing courage from compassion.

Coaching can equip young changemakers with the tools needed for success:
  • Identifying social issues that mean something
  • Learning how to nourish empathy in oneself while creating healthy boundaries
  • Finding the motivation to act for a cause greater than oneself
  • Connecting with one's innate creativity
  • Reframing failure as progress
  • Understanding how to collaborate with others toward a shared goal


"A changemaker is someone who is taking creative action to solve a social problem." - Learning Lab

Social & Emotional Well-being

Our internal lives inform our external lives.

Healthy social-emotional skills help us learn and grow into the best versions of ourselves. Our attitudes, behaviors, and values inform our thoughts, feelings, and actions, creating the building blocks of our lived experiences.

Coaching supports youth as they examine their thoughts and emotions while growing into who they truly are. It can help youth become more self-aware and take action through intentional behavioral shifts, more firmly aligning with their personal identities and goals.

This could look like...

  • Creating healthy habits and boundaries
  • Building from strengths
  • Identifying negative self-talk and limiting beliefs
  • Becoming more self-confident and self-determined
  • Forging and maintaining healthy relationships


Social & Emotional Well-being

*Please note: Coaching is NOT a replacement for mental health care from Counselors and Psychologists. Often, these professionals work together to provide clients a complete continuum of care. To learn more about the difference between coaching, counseling, and mentoring, please visit this link. If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal crisis, please call the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988.

"We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are." - Anais Nin