Catholic Youth Life Coach

As a Life Coach, I partner with parents to help them empower their teens through skill-building and goal-setting services that result in open channels of communication and a shared vision for a successful future.

"I may not have all the answers but I have some really good questions."

What is Life Coaching?

The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

What is a Life Coach?

A Life Coach – and specifically a Whole Person Coach – does not rely on a pre-defined definition of normalcy. The client informs the process and leads the way holistically. The coach uses powerful questioning to help the client recognize and leverage their strengths and resources then self-create their desired outcomes. Client-stated goals often address aspects of personal or professional development and improvement.

Unlike the therapist, upon whom patients often remain dependent for extended periods of time, a coach builds a client's capacity to be their own changemaker –exponentially, in every aspect of their life. A coach focuses on visioning and success in the present to move a client into the future.

Coaching relationships are shown to produce desired outcomes among well-functioning clients and do not involve the diagnosis or treatment of mental disorders as defined by the American Psychiatric Association. Nor is coaching a substitute for counseling, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, mental health care, or substance abuse treatment.

What is Whole Person Coaching?


A holistic transformational learning process based on the premise that when a client comes to fully embody, embrace and express all aspects of their whole self (mental, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual) they are positioned to thrive in any aspect of life. They become rich in resources, grounded in your being, and at peace within.

Professional Life Coaching Services


Although Chris specializes in working with young people ages 12 to 18 years old, he also has experience in providing life coaching services for young adults, parents, and fathers. 


Over the years, Chris’s workshops and retreats typically attract hundreds of young people. His signature workshops, created out of 30 years of his life’s work, fill fast! Pre-register for his next big teen workshop,


Beyond coaching sessions and workshops, you can find Chris speaking at youth conferences and youth retreats. Additionally, he coaches tackle football and sponsors football camps and clinics throughout the year.






What people are saying...

“My family first met Chris about 20 years ago. He was my son's Youth Minister. I still thank him for instilling the love of Jesus and our Blessed Mother in my son's heart. My son is now 35 and is still involved in the church. I will now and always endorse Chris and his service.”

Betty MatticeBetty MatticeParent

“Chris is one of the most dynamic, creative, and caring human beings I have had the pleasure of knowing and I always look forward to hearing about his latest project and proudly endorse his workshops.”

Gigi FontanillaGigi FontanillaPeer

"...I watched him persevere with some of the most stubborn teens only to find later that their hearts were changed, and they became leaders in their faith. I highly recommend Chris’s services. He is a man of great integrity with great talents in encouraging and challenging people to be the best they can be."

Victoria SanbornVictoria SanbornPast Teen, Now Parent

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