What should I do to prepare for my consultation?
Make sure to create a space free of distractions like driving, family, or chores, and of any substance inhibiting our communication. If it is important to have a recorded reading, feel free to provide that support for yourself. Many clients find it helpful to take notes.
What is my role during the consultation?
Sit comfortably with your eyes open and legs and arms uncrossed. Be open and ready to participate in the consultation space. If questions or stories come up as I am reading that you would like to share, please do! This is part of the reading space as those questions and stories hold opportunities for growth and healing. Also, if I say something that doesn't make sense, tell me. I want the consultation to be as efficient and informative as possible so I need to know when something isn't resonating. This allows me to look at the information again and communicate in a way that makes sense to you.
What are good questions to ask during my consultation?
Before your appointment, take some time to write down any questions you might like addressed in the consultation. It helps you get clear on what your intentions are for the reading space and helps me give attention to the specific areas in which you would like perspective. Here are some great topics to help you get started.
How often should I schedule a consultation?
Normally clients schedule consultations between 1-4 times a year, depending on their planning and growth needs. When clients are moving through change, they will normally schedule a couple times a month during that period. At that time, I usually recommend my Mentorship program as it offers continued support and tools that empower the client to trust themselves and their trajectory.
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