Through conflict coaching, you will:
Gain clarity about your situation, its effects, and causes.
Create a road map to help reach your goals.
Receive objective, forthright, and confidential guidance.
Have a level of accountability that is often difficult to achieve on your own.
Gain new insights and different perspectives on conflict in your life.
Do you avoid conflict? Have a conflict you are worried about, but don't know how to address? Don't feel like you have the skills you need to handle the conflicts in your life? Whether it's a roommate or neighbor dispute, issues at work, home, or your religious group, a conflict with your Dungeons and Dragons party, social media kerfuffle, or a personal journey towards improving your attitudes and decisions about disagreements, conflict coaching can help. Conflict coaching is a one-on-one training session to gain perspective and skills in managing conflict. Think of it as a training session for one that is tailored to you, your needs, and your skills. As a coach, I help my clients develop clarity on key issues, make high-quality decisions about how to manage their conflict, and create action plans. As a client, you implement what you learn to make a difference in your life.
How to get started: Fill out the contact form below or give us a call and we will follow-up with a free assessment. There is no obligation.
Frequently asked questions:
Do we have to meet in person? No. In-person coaching is available, but MCM happily provides virtual coaching via Zoom or phone. Coaching is available during the day, evenings, or early morning. We strive to meet your busy schedule.
Is this like counseling or therapy? No. We don't dig into deep-seated issues or traumas. Our goal is to understand where you are now and how we can move you to the brighter future that you envision. If it does not appear that we can meet your needs, we will provide a referral when possible.
How much does it cost? Each hour-long coaching session is $100.
How do I know if coaching is right for me? Coaching is a great opportunity to work through an interperonal issue with a loved one, a co-worker or supervisor, prepare for a negotiation, or challenges you are facing with a neighbor or friend. Coaching is perfect for making a plan of action, but can also be useful for developing skills and competencies in conflict management and communication more generally.