who is the coach you are not daring yourself to be? 







Noa is a Professional Credentialed Coach (PCC), she provides 10 hours of mentor coaching program to:

  • Coaches in training
  • Coaches applying to ACC or PCC ICF Credentials
  • Coaches who would like to renew their ACC or PCC ICF credentials and deepen their learning about ICF Core competencies, Code of Ethics and Coaching skills





























































If you are here it is because you feel that it is time to upgrade your coaching skills so you can give more to your clients. For others it is the next goal of becoming an ICF credentialed coach. What I find with my mentor coaching clients is that a feedback and deep conversation about your coaching skills and coaching goals from a mentor coach will upscale your practice and will create more confidence for you as a coach that will impact your practice and referrals.


When do you need mentor coaching?

Confidence and Skill Set:

  • You are working too hard to be a good coach.
  • You are struggling when, or if at all to wear the consultant/trainer/mentor coach with your clients
  • You are not sure what should be the next question that you are going to ask your clients.
  • You struggle to show up as a professional coach with your clients. You even feel imposter
  • There isn’t any room for mistakes and you are exhausted.

Professional and Personal Growth:

  • You feel that you don’t see enough growth in your coaching skills

  • You feel that you are not sure if something is missing in your coaching since no one is really observing you with your clients.
  • You want to learn new skills as a coach.

To become the coach you want to be, I believe that you need to leave some room for mistakes; you need to play with different tools and see what’s working and what’s not working, you even need to try little by little to practice things that scare you.  When I opened the room to experience, play and stumble that’s when I was able to grow. I have learned what are my strengths as a coach and where I need to put my attention and keep practicing. Today, owning my unique voice as a coach I don't feel exhausted when I coach my clients, I am in the flow.

CKA - the Coaching Knowledge Assessment

  • Need better understanding of the core competencies 

  • Not sure where to start with the Code of Ethics
  • Need direction, guidance, and understanding about the CKA 

As part of holding PCC credentials, Noa took the CKA. She understands the process and will share some great tips that will make the CKA prep less scary or confusing and you will feel more relaxed when you take the exam.

ICF Credentials Application for ACC and PCC

  • Do you find the application process too confusing?

  • Do you feel lost and not sure where to start?
  • Do you feel it is too complicated?

As a past president of the ICF Raleigh Area Chapter I guided many coaches about the application process. I will make sure the application process is not stressful or confusing, it won't even look that hard.

I offer individual sessions for coaches who want to develop their personal coaching skills and a group option for coaches who prefer to learn in a group setting. 
Please Note:
Per the ICF Guidelines, the minimum length of a mentor coaching engagement with a coach must be at least 3 months.


Individual 1X1 Coaching Program 

Consists of 10 hours coaching package,  Click here to schedule your call with Noa


Group Coaching:

This program consists of:

  • 7 hours group coaching of online zoom video calls for two months with full access to all recordings.
  • 3 hours of 1X1 individual coaching. 
  • The group program runs twice a year in September and March. 
  • Space is limited please reserve your spot below, or click here for questions


  • We will review the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethic
  • We will practice coaching and you will receive a feedback from me that is aligned with the ICF core competencies
    You will learn how to be more mindful to your coaching by receiving  feedback from me, and practicing giving yourself feedback
  • I will share with you resources and tips to support you on your preparation to take the CKA (Coach Knowledge Assessment) 

 And as a bonus you will:

  • Identify limiting thoughts that are holding you back from being who you want to be as a coach.
  • Tap into the mindset that will allow you to feel resourceful as a coach.
  • Identify how you want to be in the coaching space with your clients.
  • Identify the areas that allow you to be more comfortable with the uncomfortable and challenge yourself by trying new skills and tools as a coach (especially with experienced coaches).
  • Learn and understand how to apply ICF core competencies and code of ethics into your coaching sessions and beyond.

To learn more about what you should expect from your mentor coach following the ICF Guidelines click here: Mentor Coaching Duties and Competencies.
Here is a new webinar that ICF hosted that can help you navigate all your questions around ICF credentials Click Here to see the 1-hour webinar.

My Promise to you

The ICF defines Mentor Coaching as providing professional assistance in achieving and demonstrating the levels of coaching competency demanded by the desired credential level sought by a coach‐applicant (mentee).
As a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), board member of the ICF Raleigh Chapter since 2014, and the Raleigh Chapter President since from 2015-2017, as your mentor coach my promise to you is to align our conversation with the ICF guideline and give you an impactful feedback that will allow you to be at your full genuine coaching state and do you as a coach.