Therapeutic Coaching Services- Virtual Services

Therapeutic Coaching Services- Virtual Services

For those young adults who reside with their parents and are not local to the Boulder-Denver area, our therapeutic and parent coaching services provide a welcome level of guidance, support, and accountability to families who may not have resources like ours available where they are located.

For clients who live afar and are seeking to engage in our virtual services, we have important criteria that must be met for therapeutic coaching services to be initiated. Contact us for more information.

Our in-person, hybrid, and virtual coaching services offer the young adult and their parents a high level of expertise in areas such as guiding the young adult to engage in healthy development and individuation, improving adult-child & parent relationships which will support increased responsibility, obtaining mental health, learning how to utilize technology and digital media as a tool vs. an escape, and attaining academic and workplace stability.

The transition into adulthood, independent living, and attending college comes with their own set of unique challenges and stressors. As a result, our clients are often experiencing mental health struggles and/or compulsive behaviors, such as, digital media overuse, for the first time in their lives. Due to this, they are not equipped with the experience to know what to do or where to turn for support. We also work with young adults who engage with us after having experienced some level of outpatient therapy or intensive therapeutic program.

Our therapeutic coaching services values traditional therapy and its ability to stabilize, improve, and enhance one’s life. Yet, our clients often struggle to transfer what they learn in therapy into their day-to-day life, which leads to frustration and little to no change. Our in-person and hybrid services support our clients who have engaged in psychotherapy and/or treatment programs to successfully transfer the skills and insights they have acquired by meeting with them in their environment and intentionally coaching them to remember and utilize the skills needed to achieve their goals.

Our coaching services help guide young adults seeking independence to develop a strong foundation from which to build on. This foundation is comprised of three critical elements: Academics, Community Connection, and Recovery. Each element is supported by practical skills coaching. Practical skills, such as effective communication and the ability to organize and budget are imperative for our clients to learn and become competent doing, for them to stay on track with their goals.

In partnership with our clients, a coaching agreement is developed and implemented based on their goals, strengths, and areas that need improvement. We value and encourage input from parents, other family members, and those professionals who have had a positive influence on their lives.

  • Our clients are either enrolled in college, want to work towards becoming a college student, or are seeking a vocational path.
  • Are enrolled in college and are having trouble connecting with their campus due to issues such as, social anxiety, social skill deficits, low confidence, and motivation.
  • Struggle with social connection and developing a reliable social support system.
  • Struggle with time management, organization, prioritizing, and executing academic tasks.
  • Experience mental health challenges that impact their engagement in academics, employment, and/or relationships, anxiety, depression, mood imbalances, and more.
  • We specialize in supporting Neurodiverse young adults; ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social-Communication Disorder, Specific Learning Disabilities (e.g., math, reading, writing).
  • Are isolated and experiencing the impacts of digital media overuse.
  • Are struggling with digital media overuse and desire accountability and support to develop and engage in healthy use.
  • Plan to attend college and need expert coaching and guidance to become more prepared to live independently and be prepared academically.
  • Are transitioning to the community and/or college campus from a residential treatment program and are ready for independent living.
  • Want to live independently from parents; their primary focus is employment, and they are ambivalent about attending college.
  • Have a college degree and are having trouble transitioning successfully into the workplace.
  • Are committed to sobriety from substances if they have experienced a history of substance abuse, or substance abuse is not a problem area that impacts their ability to live independently.
  • Live with their parents and are seeking to engage in classes, obtain employment, gain independent living skills, and improve their overall well-being to be more prepared to leave the home.
  • Are supported by their parents and their parents are wanting to receive expert guidance and coaching.