Online Coaching

Online  coaching is typically done via videoconferencing, supplemented by secure video (or non-video) messaging. Some clients work with their  coaches entirely online, some do a  mix of online and face-to-face sessions. Is it for you?

Some of the advantages of online service delivery:

  • You can keep appointments in spite of weather
  • You can see your provider from the comfort of home
  • You can work with your provider when you’re out of town
  • You can receive services in remote and rural areas

Some of the negatives associated with online service delivery:

  • You are not comfortable using the technology
  • You do not have adequate computer equipment
  • Your internet connection is not fast enough

In general, we’ll be able to do sessions via the videoconferencing app Zoom, and communicate between sessions using the video messaging tool Volley (both are available as free downloads) if you’re able to stream and watch videos on your phone, computer, laptop, or tablet. If that doesn’t work for you, we can do phone or chat sessions online. If you’re not sure if your equipment can run Zoom, you can check the requirements here (note — if your equipment can run Zoom, it should be able to handle Volley’s hardware and software requirements):

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