If you still have questions, or would like to discuss things in more detail, please reach out to me here. I would love to hear from you.


How do I get started?


The best way to get started is to schedule a complimentary coaching call with me. This way you can get a feel for how I do things, learn what coaching is all about, and determine whether we're a good fit. You can schedule a session directly on my calendar here.


Or, if you have questions, and would prefer to talk via email, you can send me a message at kristine@kristinealetha.com.

Do you offer free consultations?


Of course! I actually consider it the first step to working together. During our first video call, we'll determine whether my services are a good fit for you, discuss your options, answer any questions you have, and plan our next steps. Schedule your first session here.

Do you offer payment plans?


I offer monthly payment plans for one-on-one and group coaching and weekly or bi-weekly payment plans for premarital coaching. I am always willing to discuss payment so please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions.

Do you offer therapy services since you're a licensed therapist?


I no longer offer therapy services even though I continue to maintain my licensure. It's important to me that I keep learning and growing therapeutically even though my focus is entirely on coaching.


I made the transition simply because coaching was a better fit. I love the relationships I build with my clients, the collaborative nature of the work we do, and the focus on moving forward. Coaching allows me to blend my background and training as a therapist with my gifts of planning and teaching -- it's a perfect union of my own talents, abilities, and passions.

Why do you focus on working with women?


Three reasons:


I am one. I know what it’s like to feel restless and discontent, to feel as if there’s something more waiting for me. I know what it’s like to fear change and yet desperately crave it at the same time.


My girls. As they get older, I want them to know that life is meant to be lived. That means taking chances, trying something new, risking failure. I want them to know that no matter what obstacles they face, no matter how many times they fall, they can always get back up and try again. I also want them to know that they are worth the biggest, grandest dreams they have for their lives.


Women are powerful. I envision women stepping into their potential, growing in confidence, and becoming who they were made to be. I envision them returning to their families and communities overflowing with joy and excitement. It's that image that pushes me forward. I focus my work on women because I believe we can change the world.

What was your first job?


My first job was at Jamba Juice. It's embarrassing how many times I had juice spilled on my head.

What else should I know?


You are worthy of the dreams in your heart. Stop listening to the negative voices, the fear, the limiting beliefs. Stop holding yourself back. Your dreams are knocking. It's time to open the door.