The individual client with whom I work best is bright, ambitious, with an affinity for business (even if they are artists) and brings a unique, creative perspective to their work. They will typically have done – or at least recognized the need for – some type of inner, "personal development"-type work, recognizing that therein lie opportunities for discovering new resources and hidden talents. They will often walk to a different drummer, seeing the 20% that others – caught in the 80% – miss. They are committed, and take responsibility for their actions and experiences; they are actively interested in learning from those actions and experiences.
What I offer is not for everyone. It involves effort, commitment, and courage – it occasionally involves some pain. I routinely ask my clients if they have worked (or might consider working) with a therapist, to help them glean more from our work together.
For those individuals who are ready for it, the results will be stellar, pun intended.
How do you know if you're up for it? Start by having a look at the Self Test.
I work best with teams involved with creativity and innovation; bright, committed teams of people who welcome open discussions about the dynamics of their team's interactions, and the impact on those around them. They will be typically comprised largely of entrepreneurs, innovators, pioneers, and people who appreciate the importance of such people to an organization's growth and development.
We generally start with the ISPI™ (see an overview of this instrument here) so each individual can comes to a clearer understanding of how they operate; we then work as the team to consolidate the learnings for what is working and what is not working in the current dynamic.
From there we chart together the goals to work toward, and how to achieve them.