Why You Need A Coach

We all need a coach sometime

We All Need a Coach Sometime

Are You:
A Spouse or Partner of Someone with PD?
Early (Young) Onset Parkinsons
Experiencing Cognitive Changes?

Nothing in your life has prepared you for Parkinson disease. There is no manual teaching you how to have PD or live with a person who does. No courses to take, no instructional videos to watch, no do-it-yourself television programs.

PD wasn’t in your life plan and it now seems to be standing in the way of Life in general. You feel as though your dreams are on hold and that you will never be the person you aspired to become. It is hard for the spirit to soar when it feels locked in place by the challenges of a chronic disease.

You Won't Find Answers in Just One Place
Looking for answers can be confusing, frustrating and often feels just plain impossible. And you won’t find answers in just one place. There is a lot of information out there in books, pamphlets and websites. It feels like too much to manage much less make sense out of.

You don’t need a therapist because you are not suffering from mental illness and you want to do much better than to simply learn to cope. You need a Coach, someone who understands both PD and how to assist a person in achieving goals and reaching their maximum potential no matter what the life circumstances.

Tell me where you want to be and we will develop a map for getting there. We will draw on strengths you already possess and develop new strategies and resources to help you along a journey to personal success.

Coaching is affordable. It can be done over the phone or over the Web. It can be done in my office and it can be done in your home. Wherever you are, you always have access to a broad line of Coaching Services at reasonable pricing.

Follow this link to the kinds of services that will allow Dr. Paul to help you move at Lifespeed, not Parkinson’s speed.


Dr. Paul
The Parkinson’s Coach

photo by:

Jim Larrison


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