Millennials are a unique and diverse cohort of college grads and 20-30 somethings. On one end of the spectrum are the overachievers who expect a C-suite job offer straight after graduation. On the other end are the confused and multi-passionate procrastinators who wind up back home, in their childhood bedroom, with nothing to do. Wherever you or your young adult falls on the spectrum, the 20’s and 30’s are a critical developmental phase for making a successful transition from dependent college kid to flourishing adult.
Common Challenges Millennials Face
Adult-ing: Problems with work and soul-crushing career transitions. Finding your first job, or adjusting to full time employment. Difficulty progressing into an independent, responsible adult. Failure to launch. A lack of life skills. Budgeting. Communicating.
Procrastination & Avoidance: Putting off hard, ambiguous and scary decisions or actions we know we “should” be doing. Avoiding uncomfortable things. Building relationships. Searching for a job. Drug substances. Poor sense of time management, decision making, or maintaining focus.
Disconnection & Loneliness: Difficulty making and keeping friends Moving to a new city or romantic relationships. Feeling isolated and alone – even from people you use to be close with. Lack of community. Having challenges being your true, authentic self. Experiencing social anxiety.
Mental, emotional, or spiritual health concerns: Managing a mental health diagnosis or concern (ADHD, anxiety, depression, or anger). Inability to process and express emotions or beliefs. Crisis of faith (usually a slow drifting from spiritual beliefs).
Low self-worth & sense of meaning: Lacking direction. Too many or too few interests. Lack of purpose and connection to “why”. Low sense of self-confidence, self-esteem or self-efficacy. Beliefs that we can change.
As a Certified Life Coach for millennials I coach on a wide variety of topics including:
Future Direction and Career Path
Passion and Purpose
Independence and Individuation
Drugs and Alcohol
And much more!
Finances and Budgeting
Anxiety and Resilience
Positive Relationships: Friends, Family, Intimate
Are you interested in working with me?
Here’s How To Get Started:
Step 1. Schedule your complimentary introductory call by clicking here. This call will last approximately 45 minutes.
Step 2. I’ll use this time as an opportunity to learn about you, and to make sure we’re a good fit. I choose to work with only a select number of clients at a time who are committed to seeing change in their lives. This also allows me to be fully present in sessions, so you as a client experience the power of coaching.
Step 3. If we are a great fit, we’ll then discuss the next steps to get started. If you decide not to work with me or if we aren’t the right fit, I’m happy to share other resources to help you get what you need.
The millennial coaching process is incredibly powerful and has the capacity to transform your life. You need and deserve someone like me- someone experienced, safe and relatable.
If you are wondering about the differences between coaching and therapy, click here!