• Finding consistency in values and behavior
  • Developing deeper connection to others
  • Exploring altruism and meaningful ways to contribute
  • Achieving greater authenticity  
  • Becoming more comfortable with vulnerability
  • Overcoming emotional, behavioral and psychological barriers to reaching your full potential
  • Progress toward as specific personal or professional goal (identified by client)
  • Repairing a damaged relationship
  • Identifying ineffective patterns of your past and creating a new narrative


  • Gain clarity on your personal strengths, values and passions
  • Identify areas of your life that you are wishing to improve or change
  • Construct challenging yet attainable objectives to facilitate progress towards greater goals
  • Explore specific barriers to goal achievement and develop personalized plans to overcome challenges
  • Enhance motivation and commitment to personal development and goal achievement
  • Participate in ongoing consultation to maximize accountability and adherence to individualized program

Therapy vs. Coaching

Psychotherapy is a common practice in the treatment of mental health issues and psychological diagnoses. Some common disorders for which psychotherapy would be most appropriate are the following: depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, PTSD, OCD and phobias. Coaching/consulting is an approach that is often more appropriate for individuals who may not meet criteria for a mental health diagnosis, but are seeking to maximize their full potential, gain skills, develop insight or make meaningful changes in their lives.

Although both services are offered, it would be important to assess which option would be the best fit for the client. In initial evaluation and introduction, therapy and consulting options can be reviewed and explored. Appropriate referrals will be made in cases when psychotherapeutic needs differ from Dr. Faith’s training and specialty.