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Here are some of the most common questions asked by prospective clients:

How do I get started?

Call me at 720-277-5275 or email to set up a short telephone consultation. We will talk for about a half hour by phone. There is no charge for this get-to-know-you chat. I want for both of us to assess whether we might be a good fit for each other. You can tell me about yourself and ask questions. I’ll have lots of questions for you too. If we decide to work together, we can work in person or over the phone, or a combination of the two. My office is in the Denver Tech Center.

What do I need to bring to the first session?

Very little! At our first session, we’ll do a lot of talking. I’ll ask you many questions and we’ll figure out exactly where to start our process. There is so much to talk about in our first session, we will likely not have time to go through anything you bring with you. So just come and share what’s on your heart and mind, and your money agenda.

How often do we meet?

In the beginning of our work together, we will meet every week or every other week. We can decide that in our first meeting. Clients average twice a month for 6-12 months before moving to meeting once a month. I maintain long term relationships with my clients. After the first year, clients often schedule meetings three or four times a year for a “money check-up”!

How long are sessions?

Sessions last sixty minutes. Occasionally, we may decide to do a longer session. Couples’ sessions are scheduled for ninety minutes.

Can I work by phone?

Yes. We can use a combination of the telephone and screen sharing technology. If you live in the Denver metro area, I recommend that we begin our work with a few in-person meetings, and then transition into telephone meetings if that is better for your schedule.  You will need access to high-speed internet to work by phone.

How can I pay you?

You can pay by cash, check or card. Since so many people struggle with credit card debt, I encourage the use of debit cards instead of credit cards.

Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, there is no insurance available that covers private money coaching

 
Please Note: I am not a credit counselor or investment planner and I do not advise people on products or vehicles for their money. Rather, money coaching is a process that addresses long-standing financial behaviors and beliefs and focuses on helping people create sustainable change.