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Free Initial 15 Minute Consult and The How-To’s

I am frequently asked if I do phone sessions.  I do – is the simple answer – and here’s how it all evolved:

I never started out doing phone sessions.  Actually I thought phone sessions would compromise what I seek to offer through the scope of my practice.  Much to my surprise, when, several years into my work, a person I met at a workshop I presented on the West coast asked me if I did phone sessions, I was moved to say “Yes”, which is in keeping with everything about Centering Tools and its evolution through the primary direction of my inner voice.

I discovered that the inner and outer voices are the “centers” of Centering Tools, and that through the link of the telephone and the profound sharing and core connections that it offers through many unfolding dimensions, clients can easily and excellently do journaling, inner journeying and extended discussion/processing, along with all that I’m moved to facilitate.  Skyping became a much more recent and exciting addition.

Initial consults of up to 15 minutes are always free for all my sessions.  My current rate for one hour, always by the time and inclusive, in that they can include possible handouts (can be sent via email to clients that do phone sessions), and recording guided meditations/hypnosis exercises (small additional fee to mail), is $80.  Different time is prorated, and for phone sessions people give me either MasterCard, Visa, debit card to process by the time of the session.  I give them a phone number to call, or Skype info, and we’re all set.

Key Recommendations

I always recommend clients consider signing up for my Centering Tools newsletter and review the many how-to empowerment, self-healing and holistic articles on www.centeringtools.com to accelerate and extend the scope of our work.  In addition, all of my Centering Tools audios, books, cards and courses are significant and helpful tools for ongoing resolution and development.

I am glad to hear from clients in between sessions for brief check-ins, questions, and further recommendations by email or phone.  I am currently inclined, since offering the survey last month to all Centering Tools For Self-Healing and Empowerment email newsletter subscribers, to additionally recommend completing the brief questions of the survey as the initial recommendation to key in to the central thrust of our work.

Questions for You to Consider

Here are the questions:

1.  What’s your biggest personal challenge or frustration right now?

2.  If you could wave a realistic magic wand, what personal change would you want in your life?

3.  What do you feel is currently missing in your life?

The Coaching Aspect

The focus of my work is on empowerment and all that it offers to support better coping, fundamental healing, transformation and a better life.  Coaching offers key recommendations without getting in the way of each person’s capacity to experience and choose their own life journey, and has profound therapeutic value.  We are not alone, and can bring a great deal of impact to each other.

Let me know how I can help and honor your capacity for greater wholeness and real resolution – Namaste, Marjorie

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