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“I've grown certain that the root of all fear is that we've been forced to deny who we are.”

Frances Moore Lappe, O Magazine, May 2004

"We met Ardyth when our marriage hit the wall and divorce knocked on the only door in that wall. Ardyth taught us how to put everything back in neutral and rediscover our love for each other. With her techniques, she eliminated our anger and put everything in to�perspective. We relearned how to treat each other as partners and lovers and not as enemies. We also really liked that her sessions came to a natural stopping point and did not stop just because the time was up. We will definitely work with her again and refer her to anybody who needs to make any life changing decisions." --Susanne & James Blakey

What is Counseling?

Wikipedia:

"Counselors attend to most normal social, cultural, and developmental issues as well as the problems associated with physical, emotional, and mental issues. Counseling is a meeting between coach and client in which creative possibilities and productive dialogue occur. Counseling encourages self-help as a resource for positive change. What a good counselor usually does: Listen effectively to what you are saying. Interject when it is useful and appropriate. Facilitate the untangling of thoughts, feelings and worries about a situation. Offer you insight into how you act, think, feel, how you come across and into your personal patterns. Teach, show and help you express your emotions in your own way. Teach, show and help you work out your own solutions to problems. Teach, show and help you accept what cannot be changed. Teach, show, help, and support you and your relationships. Use a variety of techniques to help you explore what is truly important to you.�

Career Coaching

Career Coaching:
Perhaps you are unhappy at work, changing jobs, or looking for a new career. A few sessions of Career Coaching can make a huge impact. I will help you clarify your ‘ideal job description’, start a new business, rework your resume, reduce fear and anxiety, and/or help you prepare for interview.

Here is what some others have said about career counseling with Ardyth:

“I was working 75-80 hrs a week as a retail manager. I did not have time to have a personal life. When I talked things over with Ardyth, it became clear that I was actually only making about $4 an hour because I put in so many extra hours. It did not take me long to visualize what I really wanted in my career and find a fabulous new position where I actually made $70,000 a year. Thanks Ardyth, our time together was worth every dollar spent! “
Patrick Donatelli

“I am 25. I was working as a receptionist with no options for advancement. My degree is in Marketing. Ardyth helped me clarify my career objectives, make short and long-term plans, set up interviews, and prepare for them. I now have a great new job working with a PR/Marketing Firm. Bonus: Ardyth helped me buy a whole new working wardrobe! I am happy!”
Peggy Grey
 

“I am an ER doctor. When I became pregnant with our third child, I became exhausted and cranky. I needed to reassess and restructure my life. Ardyth was sharp. She pinpointed some issues I have that kept me from relying on others and from letting in support. She showed me tools to get unstuck. Zoom Zoom… I found a great nanny, cut my hours to ½ time, juggled the family budget, let my husband love and adore me overtime, and I stayed happy and healthy the rest pregnancy.
PS: Our baby daughter is beautiful!”
Dr. June Green