Laura Roeven Stoughton, Wisconsin
Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Career Coach
Professional Life Coach, Associate Certified Coach
- Stoughton, Wisconsin 53589
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- Hourly Rate: $125 to $250 US Dollars
- Gender: Female
- Training: University of Wisconsin Certified Professional Coach Program
Do you walk around with a sinking feeling of not living the life you dreamed of? Do your relationships cause anxiety or dread due to old patterns that keep repeating themselves? I coach people who lack joy in their daily mindset and wish to transform their relationships with others.
I can help you step off the merry-go-round of negativity to discover new perspectives and ideas to better your day and home life. Joy and positive connections are available to you.
I help my clients recognize the key culprits of negative thoughts and learn how to switch to a growth mindset. You will kick negativity to the curb and go after the elements of life that bring you joy. This will inspire new responses, behaviors, and solutions, to rediscover great happiness.
My clients use words like “new”, “fresh”, “empowered” and “calm” to describe how they feel about their personal progress in my coaching program.
I am deeply passionate about coaching clients to recapture joy in their life. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota, and I have completed additional professional training through the life coach program at the University of Wisconsin. I am a certified coach through the International Coach Federation. My clients also benefit from my years of mindfulness studies.
I am so very impressed with Laura's capability as a Life Coach. I am a performing artist and found myself floundering, unsure of what I truly wanted to do. In my profession there are not many similar people with whom you can network, and I needed to figure out what was next for me. So, I turned to a life coach to seek some direction. What I found most impressive was how Laura guided me so that I could make the necessary choices for myself and take the needed actions. She never told me what to do, never "should" on my decisions -- instead her methods of questioning and reflection were golden in helping me navigate through all the options and get back on a course. I actually decided to pursue a new course, which I wouldn't have considered without the coaching:) One big change for me is that I am more willing to try something new even if I might fail. That was a huge factor holding me back. It's been a year now, and I've had some ups and downs, but it's so much easier to just accept things and move on. I find that I still use some of the same techniques when I feel stuck and need some self help and some self inspiration.Kay Weeden