Perhaps you’re ready for a career change. Maybe you’re preparing to go back to work after supporting your family as the primary caretaker. You enroll in a degree program, thrilled to dive back into the world of information and ideas. Eventually, though, a haunting thought surfaces in your mind: Do I remember how to write a paper?
I can help you.
Adults who have been away from academia for years often struggle with questions about how to present their thoughts in an appropriate structure. Sometimes long-forgotten writing challenges resurface. With coaching, you can learn—even if for the first time—how to present complex ideas and insights in a cogent form.
“I was so excited to return to grad school to explore a new path outside of my earlier career and education; but it didn’t take long before I was overwhelmed by the writing demands. I did my best to tread water in a couple of courses, agonizing about whether I’d made a terrible mistake. Then I found Jane. Working with her provided me with the support, comfort, and, eventually the confidence, to skillfully present myself in writing! I’m not sure I would have hung in there without her. Adults often hesitate to ask for help in ways that we rush to help our children. Working with Jane enabled me to focus on my passion and new learning, and put an end to getting side tracked by fear about my ability as a writer.”
–Adult in graduate school
“Writing wasn’t my favorite task when I was an undergrad, so I didn’t expect it to be a breeze 20 years later. In order to return to the work force, though, I needed to brush up on both skills and knowledge of today’s market place. I wanted to try out a couple of different ideas by taking some continuing education classes. Jane’s support enabled me to focus on my search rather than on my frustrations. Now I’m back in the working world and loving it.”
–Adult in Continuing Education