Mission & Vision
Helps women 18yrs. and older to reconnect with their authentic self and trust their own thoughts and beliefs so that they truly realize they have what they need within
Our vision is to help you feel whole, valuable, secure and empowered in life. We want you to know that you are enough and that you do not have to seek outside yourself to feel loved, valued and self-assured. We want you to understand that self-awareness, healing accepting of self, self-love, empowerment, growth, and education are practices that need to be apart of your everyday life in order to discover your authentic self and the gifts from within.
About Your Coach
If you would like to hire me for the following services please feel free to contact me today:
Training on Living Authentically
and more professional opportunities
Tamekis Williams, MSW, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the field of Social Work with over 14 years of experience in helping adults, families and youth live the life they want by getting back on track and not allowing life to defeat them. I have a passion for helping individuals create the life they want.
My professional background as a social worker and mental health therapist has allowed me to share my knowledge with individuals in order to help change their lives for the better.
I help women reconnect with their authentic self so that they can trust their own thoughts and beliefs and discover the gifts they have within. I help you remove the barriers that are stopping you from living a happy and fulfilled life. Whether those barriers are feeling stuck, low self-esteem, professional unfullfillment, or just regular life trials and tribulations; I work to help you feel secure within yourself and your abilities to create the life that you want and that you deserve.
Tamekis has her Bachelor's & Master's Degree in Social Work
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
***Please note that Coaching Services are not Therapeutic Services. Boundaries are set to make sure that the coaching relationship doesn't cross over into therapeutic work.
According to the International Coach Federation
Coaches honor the client as the expert in his or her life and work and believe every client is creative, resourceful and whole. Standing on this foundation, the coach's responsibility is to:
Discover, clarify, and align with what the client wants to achieve
Encourage client self-discovery
Elicit client-generated solutions and strategies
Hold the client responsible and accountable
This process helps clients dramatically improve their outlook on work and life, while improving their leadership skills and unlocking their potential.
How does coaching differ from therapy and other helping professions?
Professional coaches know the importance of identifying the characteristics and ethical considerations which differentiate coaching from consulting, therapy, mentoring, counseling, or even friendship and support group membership.
While coaching and therapy share some similarities, psychotherapy often focuses on the impact the past has on the present, on healing psychological dysfunction, and on relieving emotional pain.
Coaching focuses on the present and future, the client's strengths, life purpose and goals, working with clients to create possibilities to enrich their life. Based on the belief that all individuals are whole, capable individuals, coaching assumes the client is expert, able to determine what is best for their lives and the coach works along with them to maximize their personal and professional potentials, to close the gaps to create extraordinary lives.
Lets get to work.....................