• Compassion
  • Awareness
  • Empowerment
  • Perspective shift
  • Financial independence & solvency
  • Meaningful connections


  • Specific and measurable action plans
  • Accountability and check-ins at every step of the way
  • Focus on holistic wellness- mind, body and spirit
  • Fully customized team and support incorporating all into the design for success

Natasha’s coaching process

What do I need to know to get started?

  • A typical session is 45 minutes to one hour.
  • A respect for the safety and privacy of each client is of the utmost importance.
  • Sessions are held in a discreet Upper East Side of Manhattan location, sometimes via phone or just a walk in the park.
  • The cost of each session is by the hour, contact Natasha for rates.
  • The willingness and readiness to begin.

How does the process work?

Natasha uses a non-clinical approach during the coaching process. The coach and client relationship is professional in nature. During the coaching process Natasha encourages each client to maintain other professional services with psychologists, physicians or other health care professionals. A non-judgmental view along with the utmost of respect is given to each client. She honors each person as an unique individual. Natasha uses her principles to guide each client through the process to achieve their goals:

  • Awareness: Many people move at a fast pace and they are unaware that life is simply passing by them. The goal of coaching is to enhance awareness of surrounding situations, people and life issues.
  • Perspective: To quote an old saying “Perspective is in the eye of the beholder”. Only by removing blinders can a person realize that there are multiple perspectives.
  • Action: The motives for an action can vary greatly. When you take action in life it is important to understand what prompted you. Support for moving toward the appropriate action is key during the coaching process.
  • Acceptance: Learning to live in acceptance when life throws all its curve balls at you is one of the most difficult concepts to master. The acceptance that brings peace is understanding you cannot control what other people say and do.
  • Gratitude: Often gratitude is expected but rarely given. Understanding life’s challenges and adversities may actually be opportunities in disguise is learning to live in gratitude.

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