Sacred Space Coaching - Empowering Autistic Adults

Sacred Space Coaching - Empowering Autistic Adults

UPDATED: September 15, 2022

I collaborate with autistic adults. Together, we identify and leverage their strengths, understand their challenges, and build goals (employment, social life, independence, academics, time management and organizational skills, well being, and insight into self.
We examine what is working and not working and discuss where you would like to see improvement. Examples: Completing assignments and communicating with college professors, interviewing skills and finding/keeping a better jobs, daily life/executive function skills, or obtaining a medical diagnosis. I provide the scaffolding while you learn the steps necessary to make necessary changes.
It is your personal journey. It would be my honor to assist you! We coaches like to say that we will know we are doing our job if we coach ourselves out of a job!
Parents of autistic adults, I am here for you too. I can provide support while you navigate your adult child's (and your) transition. We can join forces as you move out of your parenting role into the role of coach for your loved one.

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Sacred Space Coaching - Empowering Autistic Adults
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
United States



(916) 903-3829



Jacqueline Coursey

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