What is Transition Coaching?
Do you feel like you’ve lost control of your life?
Are you having a hard time moving forward after a major transition or setback?
Do you struggle to balance your grief and anger with society’s push to get on with life?
I help people who are in transition- who’ve lost a job or a loved one, experienced a divorce, been in an accident, been the victim of a crime, or experienced domestic abuse or violence. I help them learn to manage the fears and doubts that overwhelm them so they can move forward again with HOPE.
I support them in making small, positive steps so that they can embrace and even love themselves and their life again. If you or someone you know is committed to getting back on their feet again after suffering a major transition or set back, please...
What Will You Gain by Working with a Transition Coach?
Emerging from a major life change can be a complex and uncertain journey, often because people feel disconnected from who they were before and who they believe will never have the chance to become.
Even the positive transitions such as getting married or a job promotion is exciting and promising but at the same time you can feel inadequate and disoriented when the big question mark representing your future looms in front of you.
The choice to move forward so that you can experience stability and a life worth living is a gigantic resolution!
TOGETHER WE WILL
· Develop a strong sense of self-worth and confidence.
· Gain clarity on who you are today, not who you were yesterday.
· Honor what has been left behind and lay a foundation for your next chapter.
· Create a new vision for going forward.
· Look at the obstacles that are getting in your way of bouncing forward.
· Put practices in place that will support the new “you”.
“I believe that within me lies an extraordinary radiance,
and I commit to letting my light loose in the world.”
By Jan Phillips, CA
Lexa Rollins, a transition coach, delivers a fresh concept on “coaching” in a way that allows women and men to look at and rumble with the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual challenges of their current situation. Owning their transition, in the present moment, is necessary in order to embrace their “next” venture.
Lexa understands first-hand that transitions, unexpected or planned, will succeed better when working with someone you trust to create an action-based strategy and plan.
On July 7, 2013, Lexa had a near-fatal motorcycle accident and spent 2 months in the hospital. The diagnosis was devastating; she had a traumatic brain injury (TBI), which forever changed her life. The path to recovery was grueling and extremely painful. After 4 years of grief, depression, rediscovery, rewiring, relearning and emerging as the “new-me” took a great deal of help from others and a gut-wrenching resilience to find her way back.
Lexa's own experience with trauma ignited a passion and dedication to help others who have experienced a life-altering event.
It’s about working with someone who is knowledgeable about re-discovering their identity, re-developing a higher level of self-worth and value in their lives, facilitating new behaviors, skill transfer, setting goals and taking steps to thrive after the transition. Lexa will guide you in creating a positive perspective, new goals, improved independent skills, and communication strategies to build the confidence you need to flourish and prosper.
Lexa has over 25 years of communication and business experience in industries that range from the technical Oil and Gas Industry to the creativity of sales and marketing. She found her niche as a vocal coach in 2004 and used techniques in a way that each person could tap into an inner power only to find that this power is “heard” by those around them.
Now, she knows that when life hits hard and fast, there are gifts of transformation that need to be unwrapped and released. And at the core of every person is a resiliency and a deep desire to bounce forward as a better and stronger new “you”!