Amy Colgan Niemeyer St. George, Utah
Life Coach, Family Coach, Business Coach
Certified Professional Life Coach from Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching
- St. George, Utah 84790
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- Hourly Rate: $130 US Dollars
- Gender: Female
- Training: Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching
Whether you are an individual with chronic illness, a businessperson or teen who feels stuck, I can guide you as you search for your path, hone your focus, build your confidence and get out of your own way in order to succeed in leading a fulfilling life.
Feel free, get energized and open your eyes and heart to a world where you can make a valuable contribution and can feel fulfilled. You have a lot to give and I'm here to help you tap into that.
My motto is "Dream. Imagine. Believe. Achieve." Embrace your dreams, imagine them coming true, believe they can happen and take steps to achieve your dreams and goals. I utilize tools such as going within to find answers, imagination to rehearse tough conversations, explore possibilities, and build confidence, and digging deep to find that nugget of gold, that aha moment that you've been missing. I also guide you as you seek out and forge deep connections to enhance your life and work. I strive to build trust and form deep connections with my clients as well, in order to make our work together productive and positively life-changing.
I am an FIA-certified life coach specializing in helping individuals with chronic illness, teens and businesspersons get out of their own way and live a fulfilling and successful life. In addition, I have a BA in Sociology/Human Services.
4 reviews (1 verified) (5.0)
Amy is a great choice if you're looking for a career coach. She's great at listening to your concerns abd needs and helping to steer you in the direction of what makes sense for you. Shes also great at teaching you how to narrow down your focus when you are someone like me that can't focus long enough to stick with one thing and see it through. She has a lot of great resources that she shares with you along the way to continue through your process, and is always happy to help or answer any questions outside of your scheduled calls. I definitely recommend her to anyone needing help finding a new path or help learning how to focus yourself for success.Sara G.
Discovering Coach Amy Colgan-Niemeyer has enhanced my life. When it comes to some areas of my life, I have the horrible habit of procrastination and an exhausting case of hoarding. Put the two together and you really have a mess! Without judgement, Amy has motivated me by helping me discover the best way for me to look forward to accomplishing the tasks at hand instead of setting them aside. As far as the hoarding goes, the help with procrastination has helped, but we continue to work on letting go of the items that do not enhance my life.Juanita, Entrepreneur, Seattle, Washington
I recently completed Life Coach sessions with Amy and I found her very easy to talk to and felt that she was listening and actually hearing what I was saying. She prompted responses from me in the form of questions to get me thinking of how I could affect my own solutions while gently steering me toward some concrete advice. I feel she nailed it perfectly in my Vision Statement at the conclusion of our sessions and I will be listening and reading it over and over to keep myself on track. Thank you Amy!Diane, Retired, Southern Utah
If you want a Boot Camp, a Quick Fix, a Marine Sergeant - don't come here. However, if you want long term support, someone who will be there, someone who offers instruction, information, support and challenge, then you have found the right person. Amy is a people person who wants you to have a long term future and not a quick fix. She cares about people and my interactions with her support this statement. She asks what I need, offers solutions, advice, encouragement and will actually let me know if I am not working on my program. She will let me know what is important for me to do to get where I need to be. Need, not want. Wants are daydreams, but needs are reality. She is my reality check and my comforter and my guide. Thanks Amy.Anne, Counselor, Ontario, Canada