A Good Conversation
When you just want some clear answers
Sometimes you’re dealing with a problem where extra information is of more help to you than coaching or counseling. Clear questions that you’d like to have clear anwer to, but you’re not sure who to turn to, and you found that the internet is not exactly helpful, either. Still, you want to know more!
It would be great, too, if you would have time to ask follow-up questions and weigh your options. Because it isn’t just that one question that’s bugging you. It’s actually quite complex – which is exactly why you’re looking for someone who can help you find the missing pieces of your puzzle.
Really what you’re looking for is a good conversation, where you can pose your questions and have someone help you find the answers you have been looking for.
Some questions many people come to ask:
Mind, I don’t give medical advice or diagnoses. But then those aren’t necessary to meet the goal of this conversation: finding answers that help you decide how to deal with the situation you are in.
Group conversations & private presentations
It’s quite probable that you aren’t the only one who is looking for clarity in your specific situation. Perhaps your family members, friends or colleagues might like to find out more, too.
A Good Group Conversation
A Good Conversation with multiple participants. The standard duration and price suits conversations with up to 3 people. If more people would like to join, the Extended conversation makes sure to up 6 people can join in and ask their questions.
A Good Family Conversation
Kids understand more than many adults think (or hope) they do. When children are aware of a stressful situation, they may benefit from an explanation that matches their level of understanding. These conversations are always tailored to your family’s situation. Please contact me if you are interested.
Interested in a particular presentation I offer, but don’t fancy doing so in the company of strangers? What I share in the live events, we can also discuss in an Extended conversation. You can also invite up to 5 friends to join you, too!
Book your conversation
When you request A Good Conversation, either by e-mail or by filling out this form below, I will contact you by telephone to first discuss your wishes and expectations, such as:
What: What is your question? What would you like to know more about? What are your concerns about that? This way I can prepare our conversation. If for whatever reason I should not deem myself the best person to help you, I will be honest about that.
How: Would you like to meet live or online for your conversation? Is it for yourself, or would you like to invite others as well?
Where: If you live within reasonable travel distance of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, we can meet at my practice for a live conversation. For groups, it can be more convenient that I come to you, depending on circumstances and distance (travel costs may apply).
When: What day and time do you prefer? Coordinating calendars with multiple people can be a hassle, I know, so I can be flexible when scheduling group conversations outside office hours.
Shall we have a quick chat?
Fill in your contact details in the form below, and I will call you as soon as possible (typically within 1-2 work days) to discuss your wishes and schedule your conversation.