Loss is universal. Grief is personal.
We integrate Co-Active® coaching communication throughout the financial process. We provide the ‘connection’ experience – a way of communicating that honors your grief after the devastating loss of your husband. This personalized approach encourages and supports recovery and renewal in your life.
We start with the assertion that people are, by their very nature, creative, resourceful and whole. You are capable: capable of finding answers; capable of choosing; capable of taking action; capable of recovering when things don’t go as planned; and especially, capable of learning. Wealthcare4Widows® taps into the human need for collaborative conversations, which can be different from the usual financial advisory relationship.
We encourage curiosity and hold your vision of renewal – powering that vision with sound financial management as you undertake the process of managing and sustaining your wealth. Every situation has possibilities and people really do have choice in their lives. We remind you of your own inner light.
Co-Active® coaching is a proven coaching model founded by the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in 1992. “Co-Active” means it involves the active and collaborative participation of both the coach and the client. The underlying belief of Co-Active coaching, that we all possess the capacity for knowing what is best for ourselves, make it both powerful and adaptive. CTI’s guidebook Co-Active Coaching has been credited by Seven Habits author Stephen Covey as “the bible of coaching”.