Thank you for deciding to commit to yourself and/or your marriage!

You can choose between traditional video/audio sessions as well as choose between individual or couples coaching.

We do offer a variety of session lengths to enable those from different socioeconomic backgrounds to be able to access support.

I hope you appreciate that at The Modern Mr. and Mrs. LLC we like to give you the power to choose how you engage in your coaching experience through session medium, type of sessions, and investment.

I invite you to create your a la carte recovery/relationship plan below!

Some popular topics and goals for private clients to explore

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Job + Career

Family + In-Law relationships

Finanaces + Budgeting + Future

Going back to school

Dating

Health + Fitness + Nutrition

Parenting/Adding to the family

Community + support

House Responsibilities

Vacationing In Recovery

Passionate Sex Life

Exploring the new you!

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Enhancing communication & diminishing arguments

Unlocking the 7 levels of emotional intimacy

Achieving the 11 types of intimacy

SESSION FORMATS

Individual Sessions can be audio or video and Couples Sessions are video

How Do I Pay For Sessions?

1. If you choose a 3 month coaching package, that is a one time payment made up front.

2. If you are booking by the session, you can schedule your session(s) ahead of time and enter your card information and your card will be charged on the day of your session one hour before session begins, or you can pay when you schedule the session (pre-paid).

How Does Scheduling Work?

Scheduling works through a link I provide you with, and you can schedule 1 or as many sessions as you’d like ahead of time if you prefer to have a consistent slot.

It’s important to note that the best results come from consistency and thus when we are on the complimentary Meet & Greet Session we will discuss session frequency (minimum is 2 sessions per month, maximum is 24 sessions per month).

When we begin coaching, you and I will do our best to keep to the agreed frequency of meetings, with the understanding of the need for flexibility for sickness or emergencies.

With scheduling, if you should ever need to cancel or reschedule, you’ll need to alert me 24 hours prior to session to avoid a late cancellation/no-show fee of $75. Know that there are no refunds for services.

How Do I Know If I Need Coaching vs. Therapy?

Therapy is great if you are currently struggling with your mental health or in need of processing the past (i.e. past trauma, abuse, childhood issues, parents divorce, etc.). Therapy is there for you to become healthy.

Therapy is more structured, where you meet with your therapist 1-2x/week in their office or over telehealth for 45 minutes or possibly 90 minutes for couples sessions. Therapy is a mental health service, and thus if you have insurance you can often find a provider in-network that lowers your cost of therapy, though many therapists are private practice and costs are often out of pocket.

Coaching is great for those who’ve already been to therapy and done the work to address their past, and are now ready to continue to build on the foundation they’ve gained from therapy. Coaching is there to build, create, and attain your goals relating to the present and future.

Coaching is not a mental health service, but a wellness service. Coaching is there to help you achieve your goals and dreams. Coaching has a lot more possibility and flexibility in the approach, session formats, etc. Given that coaching is not a mental health service, insurance does not cover the costs of coaching, and is always out of pocket.

Process Of Becoming A Coaching Client

The process of becoming a client is filling out the coaching application and scheduling the Meet & Greet session. Without scheduling the Meet & Greet session, your application will be considered incomplete. 

Once on the Meet & Greet session this is your chance to ask any questions you have about coaching, expectations, and the process. This is also a time to get more into the goals you’re looking to achieve. During the call you and I will be able to tell whether this is a good personality fit and if we “click.” It’s been proven that clients achieve more results when they have a strong relationship with their helping professional. So making sure that it’s a personality fit as well as a skill/competence fit is important, hence why the Meet & Greet is part of the application process. If during the Meet & Greet we feel it’s not a good fit, I will refer you to other resources to help you. If I notice things that indicate therapy is a better fit than coaching, I will let you know that on the call. I do not take on clients that need therapy over coaching and will refer out and guide you in what therapist may be a good fit for you.

If we do click and decide to work together, then we will go over expectations, payment, session frequency, and contract at that time and I’ll be able to answer any questions surrounding those aspects.

If by reading this page you feel coaching is what you’re looking for and you’ve enjoyed my blog, videos, and newsletters and are ready to take the next step to achieve your goals by becoming a coaching client, I truly am excited to read your application and meet you!

VIDEO/AUDIO COACHING REGULAR SESSION HOURS (EASTERN)

Thursday: 5:30PM – 8:00PM

Friday: 6:45PM – 8:00PM

Saturday: 10:30AM – 5:00PM

Sunday: 7:00PM – 9:00PM

EMERGENCY | NON-REGULAR HOURS VIDEO/AUDIO COACHING SESSION HOURS (EASTERN)

Monday: 8:00pm – 10:45pm

Tuesday: 8:00pm – 10:45pm

Wednesday: 8:00pm – 10:45pm

Thursday: 8:00pm – 10:45pm

Friday: 8:00pm – 10:45pm

Saturday: 5:00PM – 10:00PM

Sunday: 10:00AM – 7:00PM

*$40 upcharge to sessions scheduled for emergency/non-regular hours

Step 1: Fill Out Short Client Application

Step 2: Schedule Your Meet & Greet Session

What do clients have to say about Savannah?

“Caring and thoughtful”

“Savannah is creative, reflective, and very descriptive in her coaching. She uses fantastic metaphorical explanations and analogies to communicate her message and her answer.”

“Her ability to relate and give hope is amazing. Also her wealth of knowledge.”

“She’s very gentle and understanding and knows when you need it. She has so much info and guidance for relationships and trauma!!”

“She is such a sweet person and easy to talk to. She always has good advice about keeping relationships going.”

“Savannah and Chloe are the perfect pair because they balance each other out. Savannah is still very straight forward, but in a more delicate way. She is super knowledgeable and gives amazing guidance. I love that she opens up and shares her own personal experiences to give us great examples to help us understand something better.”

“Savannah is super down to earth and easy to talk to. Her style is calm and approachable, and I love that she shares her personal experiences–this makes her easy to connect to!”

“Savannah has a softer and more dense strength to her. She is warm and comforting. I feel like Savannah would provide a great shoulder to cry on and give you the space you need at the same time. I feel like Savannah handles all my silly and quirky questions the best. She has had to walk me through some of the most unexpected things. You wouldn’t expect someone to walk you through troubleshooting on your phone, or issues with payment, or difficulties with slack platform but she does it willingly. That’s not all she does, but it’s an example of how she shows she cares even in the little things. I also think Savannah reads me and my betrayal trauma really well and she gives me little nudges to help me along the way.”

“She is sweet, understanding and supportive.”

“Savannah is sensitive in her approach but she still speaks the truth no matter how hard it is to hear. She’s also very encouraging & validates our feelings!”

“Savannah is pretty laid back and has clearly put into practice a lot of what she talks about. I appreciate the stories and the examples she gives and how she finds a way to relate to people.”

“She is very gentle and soft spoken so when things are rough or emotional it is easy to communicate with her.”

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