FAQS ABOUT PHONE/SKYPE COACHING SESSIONS
What are the benefits of telephone or SKYPE Coaching?
Many clients want complete privacy when it comes to talking about their marriage, separation, or divorce. They do not want to be seen entering/exiting the office or sitting in the waiting room of a professional who works with clients who are transitioning their relationship.
Also, some individuals feel freer to be honest about what they are experiencing or feeling when talking with a coach over the phone rather than in person.
Not having to go to the time and expense of having travel to a coach’s office is helpful for many clients.
What is the cost for each telephone or SKYPE session?
The rate is $300 for a 60 minute session or $150 for a 30 minute session.
How do I pay for phone coaching?
Payment is made when your appointment is scheduled by using PayPal, with a major credit card, here.For phone coaching, we do not accept personal checks.
Are refunds available?
Refunds are not available since an appointment is scheduled for you and your coach has spent valuable time preparing for your session.
Can I cancel my session?
Of course! Cancellation must be made at least 48 hours prior to your session. If you cancel your session less than 48 hours in advance or do not call for your session within the scheduled appointment time, you will be charged for the entire session amount.
What are the limitations of phone coaching?
Phone coaching is designed to help you navigate through your life at a challenging and difficult time and to help you transition and then craft a better life, going forward. It is a guide and cannot “fix” you or your problems, but rather assist you to identify and set goals for yourself and your family, to make informed decisions, and to launch yourself forward toward a better life.
What are the advantages of using phone coaching?
Taking advantage of a neutral third party who is trained in divorce issues, relationship and communication skills, and problem solving can yield excellent results and positive outcomes. Appointments are scheduled for your convenience. Not meeting face to face can help to reduce anxiety and focus clients on addressing the issues. Eliminating travel can simplify the process and saves clients time.
Betsy Ross, LICSW