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Transition Coaching

together creating new ways of being ~

body, mind, and spirit

What is Transition Coaching?

Transition Coaching gets to the heart of an individual’s challenge quickly and focuses on a future where health and wellbeing prevail. Coaching is distinguished from therapy; in that it does not dwell in the pain and suffering and dysfunction of the past. Individuals often come to the coaching session with specific requests for change in habits, thinking, perceptions and stories which they have personally identified as obsolete or a hindrance to their personal and or professional growth. 


Sometimes life is overwhelming, and the individual might lack clarity about what is the best way forward. It is through Megan’s unique inquisitive nature and detailed questioning that the individual reflects and soon can articulate a path of transformation. The intention in the coaching relationship is to support the individuals own self-initiated goal setting and develop action items and accountability. By engaging in guided powerful questioning, Megan motivates you to jumpstart your change process and create a new way of being that manifests in a healthy body and mind.

To learn more, and for information regarding the general distinction between coaching and therapy, please visit The International Coach Federation at​

As human beings, our greatness lies not in being able to remake the world as in being able to remake ourselves.

Mahatma Gandhi

Why do people seek Co-Creations, Inc. Transition Coaching?


Transition (n.) - the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another

We all experience countless transitions in our lives: some seamless, some not. It is a testament to our inner strength and wisdom to recognize a need, a desire to feel more connected and more aligned in the mind-body-spirit.


Coaching requests might be...

  • transforming limited thought patterns and beliefs

  • processing loss and grief 

  • navigating a new meaningful career path

  • addressing communication limitations

  • resolving relationship patterns of disharmony

  • creating healthy relationships with food and exercise

  • transforming emotional conflict at home or the workplace

  • transitioning from work to retirement

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