life coaching for
undergraduate & Graduate students
If you answered yes to this question, you are not alone.
Research finds that up to 90% of students in higher education also answered yes.
Learn tools that will work in managing your stress.
Free up energy to engage more fully and confidently in all areas of your life.
For the past decade, I have enthusiastically supported hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students as they navigate a wide range of challenges and opportunities.
Stress can feel overwhelming, especially during undergraduate & graduate school.
Choices and changes in lifestyle
Increased workloads and new responsibilities
Starting, building and maintaining relationships
Chronic stress accumulates over time. It takes a more significant toll on our bodies, minds and emotions than we realize! Of course, this negatively impacts our effectiveness, performance and overall well being.
71% of students reported that their stress and anxiety has increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic
As your coach, I’m here to help you:
- Life balance
- Time & effort
- Clarity of goals
- Concentration & focus
- Resources, skills & tools
- Social & professional networks
- Limiting beliefs
- Unhealthy coping strategies
My approach is to …
Meet you exactly as you are and where you are without judgment.
Provide a safe space for you to explore challenges and opportunities, honestly and openly.
Focus together on what really matters to you.
Provide practical tools and skills to get beyond feeling stuck or overwhelmed.
Support you in showing up for yourself and your life in a new, more confident, energized way.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS
Read some client testimonials…
“I’m already implementing the techniques Ninette shared as part of my daily routine. The learnings will stay with me through life.”
~ Andrew L.
“Ninette is truly invested and sees the possibility in each of us.”
~ Michael B.
“She cares… I explained a situation I was dealing with and most importantly she listened.”
~ Justice T.
“Ninette is genuine and passionate about what she does. This is what she’s meant to do!”
~ Morgan R.