Coaching empowers you to navigate the challenges of change, providing the support and structure needed to chart a course towards a more fullfilling and rewarding future!

My coaching approach is built on a powerful foundation: the unwavering belief that you are the ultimate expert on your own life. With this conviction, I recognize and honor your inherent wisdom and resourcefulness, knowing that within you lies a vast reservoir of insights, answers, and solutions.

As your coach, I want to ignite your potential! Together, we will embark on this transformative voyage, enabling you to navigate towards your goals, identify and overcome obstacles, and ultimately attain the profound peace, genuine happiness, and unbounded success that you deserve.

~Laura Miller, PhD, PC

The Meaning Behind the Logo

Laura designed this logo to embody her coaching philosophy. The T is formed from the coach's two hands gently cupped to protect, nurture, and lift up the bird taking flight. The bird, in turn, is surrounded by psychological safety, personal empowerment, and growth mindset that exists in the coaching environment, which provide the security and motivation for not just flying but soaring. 

What Else is Helpful to Know About Coaching?

What guidelines does Laura follow in her coaching practice?

Laura maintains the ethics and standards of behavior established by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Furthermore, the coaching relationship, as well as all information (documented or verbal) that the Client shares with Laura as part of this relationship, is bound by the principles of confidentiality set forth in the ICF Code of Ethics. At the time of engagement, the Client and Coach will enter into a formal agreement that outlines all additional agreements between the two that ensure that each and every session is a safe space.

What is the difference between coaching and counseling?

In short, life coaches work with clients to become the best versions of who they already are. Counselors diagnose and treat mental health conditions and help clients work through emotional challenges and past traumas. 

Life coaching does not involve the diagnosis or treatment of mental disorders and should not be used as a substitute for counseling.

Why walk when you can soar?