What is Coaching?
Coaching is encouraging, hope-filled, motivational and action-driven. It is about calling forth the intellect, brilliance, amazing problem-solving, and creativity in you. It’s also about growing in self-awareness, personal strengths and stretching yourself to staying intentional about your healing journey.
An easy way to view coaching is through a medical analogy. You are in a major car accident (discovery or relapse day). You are rushed into surgery, they just want to get the bleeding to stop, get it contained (initial support could look like pastor, mentor). Days later (in our case sometimes weeks or months) you are still in the hospital. Your body is beginning to heal from the traumatic day (scabs appearing) they decide to go in for another surgery to “fix” somethings. (Therapist). Following surgery your body is beginning to heal well but the muscles are still weak. You are referred out to Physical Therapy (Coaching). You are given individual who assesses the injury, understands the workings of a healthy body and helps you construct a plan of recovery. You both work to come up with exercises that will both improve and strengthen your body and heart.
What can you expect?
We will work together to help you look at where you are now and where you would like to be. Together we will work to bridge that gap. We will pray together…probably cry together, and run hard after Jesus together.
I believe that accountability is just as important for a spouse as it is for the addict. This is a great place to find accountability and keep moving toward healing as you learn new tools to navigate your journey.
To book a session or for questions regarding coaching, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Our Coaches
Lyschel Burket, PCC, FRLC, APSATS-c, ADOH, has been working with women since 2008 as they take steps toward healing and their pursuit of God. She has facilitated support groups specific to partners since 2013 both locally in Knoxville, TN and online through Vicki Tiede Ministries.
She is the Lead Hope Caster and Founder of Hope Redefined. She desires to be a part of something so much bigger than herself as she continues to expand the reach of support for women who are facing similar things to her own recovery story. She and her husband Garren live in Knoxville, TN with their 5 kiddos. Lyschel and Garren have been on the road of recovery since 2006.
Amy Nagy, CPLC, CPC-C, began facilitating support groups for wives in 2017 with Hope Redefined, and in May of 2019 completed her education and training to become a Certified Professional Life Coach. She is currently in the process of obtaining her APSATS certification as a Partner Trauma Coach (CPC- candidate). Her focus in wellness was born out of 12 years of personal experience, research, and practice in achieving optimal health and wellness while navigating a highly stressful home situation complicated by an auto-immune condition. She has a passion for helping other women who struggle to heal from trauma while living with chronic illness. She has four beautiful children.
If you are looking for specific support and need assistance finding someone, please contact us today.