You were meant to create.
Coaching Services for Therapists
Dr. Cox’s coaching services emphasize Artistic Professional Growth (APG) for therapists and other helping professionals. APG draws out your original motivations and creativity for doing the work you do and helps you refocus on your uniqueness in the world. APG coaching is customized to specific client needs, and may include: strategic visioning, creativity exercises, environment (e.g., office, studio) planning, performance EMDR, Tapping (EFT), meditation, art methods, and other (e.g., physical movement) services as needed. All elements chosen for a client’s APG aim you in the direction of your ideal practice, focus on your unique strengths, and plan for your unique needs as a therapist/helper.
You were meant to enjoy.
Environment Coaching Services
Environment coaching focuses on restoring a space in your home or workplace by:
- Clearing clutter
- Organizing the space, and
- Creating an artful environment that helps you do what you most want to do in that space
Often, clients desire to repair relationships and restore order to their home space. Therefore, environment coaching sessions can alternate with therapy sessions.
Many people forget that their outer environment not only demonstrates their inner life but also reinforces it. When you live or work in a beautiful, organized space, you feel better, think more clearly, and become more productive. Couples and families who design spaces together create a tangible place of beauty, a functional work of art, that decreases stress and promotes reconnection in their relationships.
Fee per one-hour (55-70 minute) session: $165.00
Fee per four-hour, on-site session: $750.00
*Please inquire about telehealth services for therapy and coaching
CREATIVE COACHING SERVICES BLOGS
How does anger help us exit sick systems? Anger helps us exit sick systems. How? Anger allows information processing, because it is a part of the learning curve. So, let’s look at how anger facilitates timely exit when we need it. First, sick systems tend to have...
Stay at home requires a just-right home office studio where you can get creative, comfy, and feel your best. Five easy steps to set up your working oasis at home and #flattenthecurve.
Creating a beautiful, comfortable therapy office inspires and energizes therapists and clients.
Beauty prevents burnout by raising our vibration and focusing our energy. Therapists and all helpers need creative support to engage beauty in their everyday work. Building practice based on beauty creates sustainability and abundance.
Beauty: The Solution to Therapist Burnout Beauty is everywhere you look. But most therapists have been trained away from it. We got trained to look at problems. Problems=the un-beauty. This formula leads straight to burnout. Looking at problems served us pretty well ....
Aesthetics Matter I love area rugs and HGTV. I love flea markets and yarn pom poms. I love love love rearranging the furniture. Not just mine. ANYBODY’s FURNITURE. I love to ReConceive spaces so much, I’m turning this room-therapy into a whole new kind of recovery...
Energetic Healing = Body + Energy + Trauma Therapy As a psychology student in the 90s, I heard the message: Don't mess with spirituality. We can't measure it. It's private. But now, a tsunami of change is sweeping the therapy world . . . and this change is...
What is Meditation? Meditation trains our minds to focus on the present moment, to be aware of our thoughts and feelings, and to observe our whole experience in a mindful way. It's any practice that fosters mindfulness. I've practiced daily meditation for the...
How do you do it? . . . . . . People often say. How can a therapist sit with people who are in pain, hour after hour, day after day, and concentrate on how to help them feel better, while keeping themselves balanced? I usually say, "Tons of self care." And that's...
Maybe our flaws even make us lovable. My Flaws I have a few characteristics of which I’m not proud. Most of them fall into the category of "uptightness" . . . fear and shame and rigidity. Before EMDR, I would not have written this post for fear of public ridicule....