Individual Coaching and Consulting

Individual life coaching sessions are conducted one-on-one, either in person, or on the telephone. At the initial session, the coach asks the client to share history, current goals, successes and challenges. Together the coach and the individual design a working alliance and set a schedule for regular meetings.  
Ridgway coaching services are built around the co-active model which is based on the understanding that the individual being coached is creative, resourceful and whole, and fully capable of setting his/her own goals and solving his/her problems. For each session, the client sets the agenda which includes a desire to change in one or more of the following areas:

  • Setting and/or achieving new goals
  • Improving performance
  • Adopting and using new practices and/or strategies
  • Establishing new habits and /or enjoying an improved quality of life

Whatever the need may be, the life coach is always available and honest. The coach “dances in the moment," listens for words spoken and unspoken, and asks powerful questions for the purpose of deepening the client's personal knowledge and empowering the individual to take new action.

All coaching is virtual via zoom (link provided), Microsoft teams, face time or other video platform.

$85 per session (30-60 minutes) billed via email monthly; payable by cash, check, or credit card or Venmo (

Duration of Coaching
The length of time required in order for coaching to be effective depends upon individual need(s).  Research indicates that at least six to eight weeks are necessary for an individual to begin to make life changes, establish new routines, and form new habits.

For more information on Ridgway services, or Homework Coaching, or feel free to contact us at 404-909-4335, or by email at

If you are interested in finding out how to become a Ridgway homework coach, click here.

With over 30 years of experience working with creative learners in different educational settings,  Selma is uniquely qualified to support individuals and significant others in understanding how they learn and perform different from the mainstream expectations (sometimes called disabilities). With accurate self-knowledge, appropriate decisions about academics and careers are possible.