Benefits and Services

Coaching can be used to help people as they set new goals, take control of their careers, and seek to make better decisions.

Personal and Professional Development Coaching

I want to create a comfortable environment through personal and professional development coaching where clients can have meaningful conversations that lead them to make the necessary adjustments and/or improvements in their development.

  • Discovering self
    • Identifying your strengths and values
    • Developing and uncovering self-identity and self-belief 
  • Setting personal goals
    • Getting unstuck
    • Taking action and generating solutions
  • Balancing work and life
    • Fostering motivation
    • Addressing energy zappers and letting go
  • Handling change
    • Developing a positive mindset
    • Helping change unproductive behaviors

Reasons to Partner with a Coach

  • Improve work relationships and self 
  • Boost performance and productivity 
  • Encourage creative ideas
  • Reduce stress 
  • Achieve a better work-life balance
  • Use coaching to assess skills required for future career and personal development
  • Drive the change process


A good leader has a strong sense of self, and they will identify with both their strengths and weaknesses. It means recognizing what you are good at and acknowledging that there is still a lot for you to learn. To be effective, a leader should create goals that are designed to help identify whether what you want to achieve is realistic and determine a deadline.

  • Coaching for leadership
    • Discovering your own authentic leadership style
  • Coaching for performance
    • Enhancing your personal impact and performance
  • Coaching for development and success
    • Improving your professional well-being, career goals, and true motivations with the goal of reaching your full potential

Team Coaching

Team coaching takes the form of Executive / Corporate / Business / Leadership Coaching, with a small team spin. We focus on both individual and team based holistic evaluations to support your organization as a whole.


Accomplishing your to-do list and finding the energy, resolving that burn-out you feel regardless of where it lays, shifting habitual patters, address personal challenges, Building self confidence.

This coaching track will create tangible results in your life through mental shifts, emotional breakthroughs and sustainable habit change. In partnership with your coach, you will brainstorm solutions, overcome obstacles and celebrate victories!

Career Coaching

The goal of career coaching is to empower professionals by helping them make informed decisions about their trajectory. It’s a solution-based approach to career decisions.

Career coaches focus on results, actions and accountability.  They start right where the client is “now”. Most commonly, they use Skype or telephone calls to interact with their clients, which enlarges the audience they can reach out to.

Career coaching can be done at any point during the work life of a professional. It can go from finding a student job at the very beginning of your career, building a new CV, negotiating specific conditions, to guiding you towards your next career step or transition, or even to retiring.

Career coaching will give you the methodology and mindset to make smart professional decisions and find your sweet spot – i.e.  which opportunities exist, what you are good at and what you want from life.

You get personalized, expert advice that is tailored to your specific situation. Career coaching will give you the tools to refine your next career step and set out a clear path towards success. Your coach will give you the key to assess your current career situation, identify your strengths and weaknesses as well as your differentiating factors, identify potential skills gaps and recommend actions to fill them.

You dedicate time to focus on your career. It’s very common among professionals to have the desire to revisit their career and take on new challenges, but most fail to make time to work on it due to their daily routine. With a career coach you will have well-defined, realistic goals and a clear action plan, which will make it easier to organize yourself and work towards your career objectives.

Specialty Designations/other services


An executive coach is an individual whose role is to assist leaders in identifying their leadership strengths, building their organization and career whether as a corporate executive or business owner.


Personal life coaches help their clients achieve their personal goals. These coaches apply skills in listening, life assessment, guidance and planning to assist and motivate their clients in defining and reaching their own desired outcomes.


Health and wellness coaches have an academic background in diverse healthcare fields. Some are doctors who hung up the coat and went into coaching. Others were nurses, nutrition specialists, physiotherapists, psychology, and counseling.


In some circumstances, a fresh resume is required or recommended. Bald Eagle Coaching will prepare a fresh resume and some tricks and tips when these situations arise.


A career coach is there to ask questions, give you guidance, and help you overcome whatever challenges you’re facing in your job search. In a coach/client relationship, you hold the agenda. Your coach is trained and skilled in providing you with insight, support, and the direction you need to achieve the goals you have in mind.


From Job analysis to team training and leadership development, many areas of consulting are offered for small business.

Stress Management

Everyone encounters stress during their lives at one point—never-ending bills, demanding schedules, work, and family responsibilities—and that can make stress seem inescapable and uncontrollable. Stress management skills are designed to help a person take control of their lifestyle, thoughts, and emotions and teach them healthy ways to cope with their problems.

Find the Cause

The first step in stress management is identifying your stressors. While this sounds fairly easy—it’s not hard to point to major changes or a lot of work piling up—chronic stress can be complicated, and most people don’t realize how their habits contribute to their stress. Maybe work piling up isn’t from the actual demands of your job, but more so from your procrastination. You have to claim responsibility for the role you play in creating your stress or you won’t be able to control it.

Strategies for Stress Management

Once you’ve found what causes your stress, focus on what you can control. Eliminate the realistic stressors and develop consistent de-stressing habits. Instead of watching TV or responding to texts in bed after work - take a walk, or read a book. Maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and getting enough quality sleep, will ease feelings of stress and help you relax.

Also, make a conscious effort to set aside time for yourself and for relaxation. Alone time can be whatever you need it to be. Some people like doing activities such as tai chi, yoga, or meditation, but you can also treat yourself to something simple, like taking a bubble bath, listening to music, or watching a funny movie.

Finally, don’t feel like you have to solve your stress on your own. Reach out to your family and friends. Whether you need help with a problem or just need someone to listen, find a person who will be there to positively reinforce and support you. If stress becomes chronic, don’t hesitate to seek the help of a Coach to goal set and create your new management plan.


Conflict Management

We all have moments of frustration whether they be associated with a friend, a family member, or a disagreement in your everyday life, but there are several positive strategies to utilize when it comes to dealing with conflict.

What qualifies as a conflict?

According to the Office of Human Resource Development at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, conflict is understood by analyzing various behaviors and the consequences each behavior produces on individuals living the dilemma.

  • Avoidance: This is the person who wishes to ignore the problem and will allow it to dissipate or squander. Unfortunately, quite the contrary is happening in this situation. The problem then swells under the surface until it’s no longer avoidable and will need to be addressed.
  • Standing your Ground: People who use this technique may appear controlling and aggressive in their means of communication. They fear not having their needs met if they don’t set the rules and direct the conversation.
  • Surrendering: Often perceived as the diplomat, the person using this tactic concedes to the needs of others. They place the needs and opinions of others on their own because preserving the relationship(s) is the ultimate goal.   
  • Compromise/Sacrifice: This method is a sort of concession and, while it seems to be a good route to take, it’s not the best approach. People in this category make a sequence of tradeoffs which means they are focusing on what they want as opposed to understanding the other’s viewpoint.  
  • Collaborate: People who practice collaboration care about win-win solutions. This simply means that they scout common aspirations and needs, to where every party knows their opinions and feeling are important and are going to be heard. This style needs a lot of cooperation, assertiveness and communication among the parties.

Ultimately, understanding your wants and needs as well as your behavior patterns will establish internal insight. You will have a better understanding for not just yourself, but for others around you and how situations may or may not unfold. This knowledge will give you the preliminary tools for conflict resolution.


If you are currently working through a contentious separation or divorce, you’ve likely heard the term “family coaching.” Perhaps it has been ordered by a law court, recommended by your legal or medical teams, or maybe you’ve sought it out on your own as a means to work through your challenging circumstances. But what is family coaching?

The truth is that there are many, MANY different approaches to family coaching, and even more self-proclaimed experts who claim to have a revolutionary approach to the practice. It can be tough to figure out which service is right for your family; your decision can drastically affect your ability to effectively navigate separation and restructuring. At worst, the wrong coach or approach can make your situation worse, damaging parent-child relationships already strained by trauma.

Below, you’ll find a few notes and pointers based on our experience in the family coaching industry, as well as more information on the unique approach that Bald Eagle's Family Coaching offers. Read on to learn more about family coaching and how Bald Eagle Coaching can give you the skills to navigate your family’s restructuring.


Family coaching is different from counselling, psychology, medical and legal practices, and other professional fields you may encounter during your separation or divorce. Unlike these professions, there is no standard approach to family coaching, nor is there any universally recognized accreditation for practicing family coaching. This isn’t necessarily bad; often, family coaches transcend the boundaries of the psychological and legal fields to provide the best possible care for their clients in one place. However, the lack of standardization means that every family coaching service will be different, and different approaches may be more or less effective for your unique family dynamic.

Thankfully, most family coaches approach their practice with integrity. While “snake oil salespeople” certainly exist within the industry, the vast majority of coaches have a genuine desire to help families experiencing difficulties. However, without overarching professional standards, family coaches often employ wildly different methods and tactics, some of which can further damage your strained family dynamic.

So what does this all mean for you and your family? Before entering into any kind of family coaching, do your research! Wherever possible, arrange to speak or meet with a family coach before beginning their program(s). They should be able to clearly articulate their approach to family coaching and what will be expected of you and your family throughout the process. Bear in mind that many family coaches have specialties or areas of expertise; make sure these align with your family’s unique circumstances.

Additionally, seek out family coaches that teach skills and techniques that will help your family beyond your present situation. The very best family coaches will not only tell you what to do now, but also empower you with the skills and knowledge to maintain and protect a healthy family environment throughout every phase of your and your child’s life.


At Bald Eagle Coaching , we’ve long believed that family coaching services should meet parents where they are. That’s why we’ve created a comprehensive library of online courses and resources to help co-parents through the challenges of high-conflict separation and divorce. No matter what unique challenges you face, we strive to give you the tools and resources to empower you to take back control of your situation and create a loving, nurturing environment for your children.

Our expert coaches have experience with a wide variety of high-conflict family dynamics, and are ready to share their insight through one-on-one or group online coaching sessions. Bald Eagle Coaching we help you develop conflict management skills to guide your family through high-conflict separation and divorce with confidence. We also teach the ins-and-outs of family bond obstruction, transgenerational trauma, and coping strategies to restore and maintain the parent-child bond. Best of all, our online coaching format works on your schedule, guiding you through your journey with openness, acceptance and care.

In addition to family coaching, Bald Eagle Coaching  also offers online courses designed to educate and empower you through every phase of high-conflict separation and divorce. Bald Eagle Coaching through Conflict focuses on building essential conflict management skills to help you (and your co-parent, should they choose to participate) navigate the challenges of family restructuring. With an eight-module online course with 12 one-on-one coaching sessions, Bald Eagle Coaching  through Conflict will help you develop your co-parenting repertoire with the ultimate goal of empowering you to manage conflict while creating a loving, nurturing environment for your child.

We offer a comprehensive course list covering all aspects of preserving the parent-child bond through family restructuring. Our other course offerings include:

  • The Alienation Codea five-module deep dive into family bond obstruction (often referred to as “parental alienation”), including potential warning signs, understanding your child’s perspective, how your ex’s behaviour can influence your child, and what you can do to combat family bond obstruction.
  • Trapped in Trauma, our newest course offering examining the root causes of trauma, how it affects your relationship with your child, and the importance of working with your child to heal.
  • Ready to Reconnect, a course focused on practical strategies for rejected parents to welcome their children back into their lives through compassion and understanding.


Most of us spend more time at work than at home, therefore the workplace should be an environment where we feel safe and comfortable. However, because work is where a bunch of different personalities, communication styles, and worldviews gather around, things don’t always go smoothly. In fact, workplace bullying is on the rise and though statistics vary, some studies reveal that nearly half of all American workers have been affected by this problem, either as a target or as a witness to abusive behavior against a co-worker.

Examples of common workplace issues include:

  • Poor job fit
  • Mental anguish
  • Sexual or verbal harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Low motivation and job dissatisfaction

How a Coach Can Help

Coaching for overcoming work and career challenges can help a person develop a better understanding of their wants and needs as well as approach alternative ways to handle tension while on the clock.  Coaching is a neutral setting where patients can discuss their fears, worries, or stressors, and regain control of their happiness.

Coaching tends to work well when addressing workplace issues because coaching such as this can effectively develop skills and techniques that can stem from these conflicts. While not a mental health professional, a coach can also teach coping skills that will help a person manage work-related stress.