Frequently asked Questions

A money coach is a certified professional that helps guide you in your financial decisions. Money coaching involves psychological practices as well as real-world guidance in how to heal your relationship with money, how to pay off debt, and how to build sustainable wealth

If you are unhappy with your current financial situation, a money coach is a great investment. It is often difficult to assess our finances with a subjective point of view. A money coach can help you create a path towards financial wellness while providing objective advice and a fresh perspective

Ask yourself this question: WHY aren’t you spending any money? Is it that you feel you do not have enough to spend, or are you afraid to spend? Underspending when you need to or hoarding money is just as unhealthy as overspending. If you have an imbalanced relationship with money, a money coach can help you determine (and conquer) your psychological roadblocks when it comes to money

The question is — can you afford to continue living in a constant state of stress when it comes to your finances? A money coach isn’t an expense — it’s an investment in your financial future…and I want your future to serve you well.
Yes! I offer both 1:1 financial coaching and group sessions. If you don’t know which option is right for you, schedule a free, no-obligation call with me and let’s figure out what the best option is for you.

As a physician, it is in my heart and soul to serve. Throughout my career, I witnessed some of the most brilliant doctors in the field completely destroyed by financial trouble, due to a lack of financial education any time during training. No one tells you how to manage your money, especially when you start earning a higher income! That’s why I’m here: to help those who need it manage a completely avoidable stress.

Absolutely. Everyone can benefit from financial wellness!
When I was a physician, I was a generalist. In my coaching, I operate the same way. I not only act as your financial coach, but a general coach when you need to make any significant life decisions. I’m here to help you achieve a better, more fulfilling present and future.
The main difference between a financial advisor and a money coach is that a financial advisor helps you decide what to do with your money, while a money coach helps you determine how to achieve the initial wealth, get out of debt, break unhealthy money patterns, and heal your relationship with your finances. A financial advisor is more transactional, while a money coach is more holistic.
I do not make any guarantees about your finances. I coach you to do the work it takes to get where you want to be, but you need to do the work to make it happen.

My clients agree — a money coach is definitely worth it. Having a greater understanding of your finances, how to manage them, and more financial stability are definitely worth investing in.

Depending on your unique circumstances, one may be better than the other. If you do not know whether group or individual money coaching sessions are right for you, schedule a call with me and we will figure out what will be the most beneficial to you.

Yes! Once you complete the program, if we decide that you would benefit from longer term coaching, I am available for more sessions.

Yes I do! As an ICF Certified Life coach I am trained to help you with all aspects of life concerns that you may need help with.

I have helped clients with matters related to careers, relationships, stress, and entrepreneurship as well as life transitions.  If you have any questions, feel free to book a call with me.

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