Mentoring is a relationship-oriented process designed to help you achieve your intimate goals.
Let Me Help
As a mentor*, I enjoy helping people make significant changes in their lives and their relationships. Since 2002, I have guided people toward living healthier, happier, more fulfilling lives. However, mentoring is not for everyone and best suits those who need guidance on their journey.
Mentoring Focus Areas
I work with singles, couples, and more. No matter where you are on your journey, I am here to help you. Working together means we can achieve far more than you can alone.
Through The FCR Concept, you will benefit from:
Connection: Lay the framework needed to make changes within yourself and build your ideal relationship.
Discovery: Discover why the most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. Clear the roadblocks preventing you from building your dream relationship.
Empowerment: Embrace sensual dominance and proactive submission. Develop habits of personal growth and mutual development.
Balance: Exercise your strengths in your personal power dynamic.
Plus, you will benefit from intimacy enhancement while learning fun adult games. These games develop vital relationship skills, strengthen your bond, and reinforce The FCR Concept.
Before You Say Yes
Mentoring is a relationship-oriented, development-driven, long-term interaction. Mentors have more real-life experience in specific areas than the clients they serve, which helps them tackle your challenges with precision.
I customize my service to fit your needs during the design phase, or matching process. While I specialize in certain areas, these are starting points for most clients. As our relationship deepens, these starting points flow into other areas of your life including family, career, and personal development.
In fact, I surprise many clients by anticipating their needs and giving voice to emotions they have difficulty expressing. Each session becomes part of my cumulative knowledge about you. This benefits you directly as I further customize mentoring to you. However, this skill develops over time, which is why I mentor but do not coach or counsel my clients.
Mentoring complements counseling and coaching. All three professions share a common interest, which is helping you achieve your goals. A counselor helps you reach a goal of healing, and a coach helps you enhance your performance for specific tasks. However, a mentor helps you reach personal, wider-ranged goals than healing or performance enhancement.
Begin Your Journey
Have questions? Contact me.
*Mentors are not attorneys, therapists, psychologists, or psychiatrists. Treat mentoring strictly as subjective opinions—not objective facts. Before changing your diet or exercise regimens, exploring sadomasochistic play, or using adult toys, consult your physician.