Through life coaching, Barb provides insights and guidance from an outside vantage point. Barb has a unique ability to quickly get to the underlying issue, offer tangible strategies that work and get her clients on the road to a life that feels easier and more joyful. If you or your daughter are looking for a positive and encouraging presence in your corner, contact Barb.
Coaching with Barb will provide you with a safe space to be heard and understood while providing you with specific strategies and new tools. Your personalized coaching with Barb will lead to ease in your relationship with your daughters and result in you being the parent you want to be.Learn More
A teen life coach creates a safe space for girls to share their triumphs, explore their struggles, seek answers and develop tools to create a life of confidence, success and happiness.Learn More
Through life coaching, Barb provides feedback, insights and guidance from a non-judgmental vantage point. Barb has a unique ability to quickly get to the underlying issue and get her clients on the road to a happier life. If you or your daughter are looking for a positive and encouraging presence in your corner, contact Barb to get coaching started.
Barb offers in-person coaching for girls and in-person in central Austin, virtual or telephone coaching for parents.
Barb’s team of coaches, Caitlyn and Sarah, have offices located in central Austin (Bee Cave and 35th street respectively). They offer in-person and virtual teen life coaching.
Barb and her team accept cash, credit cards and checks for payment. We do not accept insurance.
Girls: We recommend a minimum of three to six months of coaching to achieve some, if not all, of the desired results. For the first few months of coaching, we meet with girls weekly. At that point, the frequency of subsequent sessions is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Parents: Barb offers parent coaching on an as-needed basis for parents.
Barb coaches girls ages 15-25. Barb’s team of teen life coaches are available to coach girls and young women ages 13-25.
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