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I was immediately stunned by the technique. It seems to not only meet all my ‘ideal’ criteria — simple, fast, elegant, respectful, easy, fun, an…

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Belief Centered Life Coaching.

Belief Centered Coaching is a collaborative, goal-oriented, transformative process designed to untangle challenges to the achievement of your personal and professional goals.

life coaching -changeBelief Centered Coaching combines transformational life coaching and Option Method principles & practices to create a powerful, co-created opportunity for change. We will work with you on your identified roadblocks to success to harness the power of your innate creativity, skills and knowledge.

In each coaching session, you can expect non-judgmental, compassionate listening and recognition of you, as your own best expert. 

 

  • We facilitate learning through awareness & desire for the happiest outcome
  • We encourage an organic understanding of the connection of feelings and actions with your core beliefs
  • We believe in celebration of you as a healthy, whole individual with the freedom of choice in every aspect of your life.

All coaching sessions are with Wendy Dolber, Option Method Master Teacher and Associate Certified Coach.. For more information, please go to WendyDolber.com.

 

COST & FORMAT

Belief Centered Coaching consists of six sessions of one-hour each, spread over six weeks.

Each session costs $180.

We currently offer a special package of coaching cycles, consisting of 6 coaching sessions @ $900, a $180 savings.. 

For more pricing options and information, please go to WendyDolber.com

 We invite you to take advantage of a half-hour complimentary coaching session by contacting Wendy at 973-714-2800 or discoveroption@aol.com.  

COACHING SESSION: $180

COACHING CYCLE: $900

Compassion is the bottom line in The Option Method. That’s the absolute requirement and if you…

Compassion is the bottom line in The Option Method. That’s the absolute requirement and if you ever want to learn to do it for yourself, you’ve got to be at least as nice to you as you would be to others. You’ve got to know when you’re ready to deal with something and when you’re not. And you’ve got to know when you don’t want to question your unhappiness and when you’d be glad to. When you get unhappy enough you’ll be glad to.

[ Bruce Di Marsico ]