Over the years, I have helped people from all ages and walks of life rediscover their inner strength and find comfort that someone understands them.
My life purpose is about being a teacher, a coach, and a friend.
Here are some thoughts that I have gathered from a few of my coachees:
Teddy, Male, 18 years old, Second Year College Student
I first sought help from Coach Beth when I knew my world was crumbling down into pieces, like granules of salt. During those dark times, I felt that it’s finished, it’s a done deal. Nobody likes me, everyone hates me. There is no way out except to take my own life, but it’s a good thing I did not do that because Coach Beth rescued me from committing the biggest stupidity in my whole life. When everything crumbled and when everyone turned their backs on me, she was the only person who listened to me, cared to understand each story I share with her, even though some are already redundant and sometimes petty. With Coach Beth, it’s just like talking to your long lost pal. No intimidation whatsoever. Her sessions were really life-changing. It is like a 360-degree reformation program. Coach Beth always reminds me that life here on earth is not like a garden full of fresh flowers, thus, I must always fight and refuse to be a slave of other’s perceptions. I must wake up to the reality that life out there is not always fair, most of the time, life would unwittingly kick you in the ass so hard, so you must be aware all the time. We worked on regaining my confidence once again and now I am not afraid to take a stand anymore. I also learned that you cannot control others, but yourself, and that’s what I am applying right now. If they can’t learn to appreciate my value, I just simply shrug them off and continue with my everyday routine.
With Coach Beth, I found in her, not just a friend, but a confidante and a mother as well. Why? It is because she goes beyond the usual norm of life coaches/psychologists. Coach Beth serves with a smile and with a heart. I salute Coach Beth for her motherly service.
Leo, Male, 35, Senior Manager
“I have always believed that the first step to improvement is recognizing that you are not perfect. However, we are so used to doing what we are doing that sometimes recognizing our flaws, or that our usual propensities should be considered our flaws, is really difficult. This is where I found Coach Beth’s help very valuable. She helped me realize who I was as a person, i.e., my personality, traits, and natural tendencies. After that, my path to improvement just came naturally with Coach Beth’s guidance. Session after session, I became more and more conscious and mindful of the traits and qualities that I needed to change or improve on. And at the end of it all, I can honestly say that I was not only a more effective leader, but a better person. I had a deeper understanding of who I am and more control over my actions because of the discipline Coach Beth helped me develop.”
Kalikasan, Female, 39 years old, Head of Human Capital
My life was out of balance at that time and I observed changes in my behavior. I was also on denial stage – I can’t believe that it happened in my life in spite of my career and happy single life.
The session with Coach Beth was very helpful, and her advice guided me to move forward, embrace changes, be open to opportunities and find the light that will make me happy. It guided me to find myself again, discovering my self and balance it by engaging openly with friends, family, colleagues, relatives and possible life partner. Discovering my self makes my life vulnerable but it helps me to understand the how to move and try new things.
The value I gained from the session is that we are not alone and its fine to say I’m out of balance today, or I’m not happy today because there are people in this planet that love you and care for you. All you have to do is say it or ask, communicate and be honest to people that love you.
My name is Nina and I’m a housewife. I had a nervous breakdown in 2012 and would have one every year after that. I was looking for a different kind of therapy when I found Coach Beth online. I found an article which said that Coach Beth conducted a workshop on Sandplay Therapy for the ADHD Society of the Philippines. I didn’t know what Sandplay Therapy was but it sounded interesting. As a writer, I liked how it felt that I was telling stories when I’d choose from Coach Beth’s huge array of toys and figurines and arrange it on a tray of sand. Later on, I found it as a soothing, unobtrusive, and easy way of visualizing what was in my subconscious. Coach Beth got to the heart of the matters that I was going through and I will always be grateful to her for helping me process the issues I had difficulty with working out on my own.