This mentoring is designed with the same heart as my one on one mentoring, yet designed for 2-4 people.
Grab your best girls, some sweat pants (because isn’t everything more enjoyable in sweat pants?) and let’s get real.
Dear tear-stained cheeked friend, I remember feeling confused about toxic relationships, not sure where to turn. I remember a distorted view of myself, and I very shaky walk in my faith. I remember not sure if I should dump that boy, and for the love of calculus what in the world I would do past graduation.
I simply wish I had someone to talk to.
Since those days I had a pretty radical “come to Jesus moment” (my full testimony here) and have spent the past 15 years mentoring high school and college women. I married a seminary graduate who was a youth pastor for 10 years and now helps college students with money.
We have both read the books, gone to the conferences, and sat across lattes with hundreds of college students over the years.
I’ve learned so much I wish I could go back and tell a younger me. We all have similar hopes, dreams, struggles, and temptations. I would be honored to be your guide through it all.
One of my favorite quotes is “Be who you wish you had when you were younger”
I’d love to sip a warm cup of chai tea and meet with you face to face through our magical little computers called phones. I’d love to be real, be honest, challenge you, and guide you to the life you long for, or at least help you see things in a different light.
This mentoring package includes one 1.5 hour call.
The first bit of time we will be getting to know each other, then we will develop a road map to your best life.
To book mentoring link below will bring you to my calendar. Once you book our appointment you can also pay via the same link!
No need to check out here, the below link does everything for you. It’s that simple! I can’t wait to chat with you sweet friend!
*Disclaimer. By booking this mentoring call I understand Katie is not a licensed counselor, she just has a ton of experience drinking chai teas and speaking truth to her younger friends.