Life Coaching Group

What is the gap between where you are now and where you want to be?

You’re invited to a coaching group in which we will partner together in a thought-provoking and creative process to increase awareness and design action toward your God-designed potential.

The Life Coaching Group is a guided discovery and coaching experience designed to help you understand the resources God placed in you that set you apart. Each of us has a unique identity profile because God knew we would need it to do the good works God prepared in advance for us. You may not really understand your identity until you can explain it concisely using common language that would make sense to anyone, even if they’ve never heard of the tools or resources that helped you discover your identity. Using the Identity Profile Self-Awareness Tool (IPSAT) and being affirmed by a safe, authentic coaching group, you will learn what you do best, where you can grow, and how to communicate this information with others.

New Life Coaching Groups being offered:

Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Oct 13-Nov 17 @ Hope Center, upper level conference room (260 Glen Ellyn Road, Bloomingdale)

Thursdays 9-10:30am, Oct 14-Nov 18 @ Hope Center (260 Glen Ellyn Rd, Bloomingdale)

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“I was at a transition period in my life and found this process – to review my personality, strengths, skills, gifts and passions – is helping me move into the next stage of my life.  The group environment gave me invaluable feedback that I would not have found working alone.” Bill W

“It’s such an eclectic group of people, and even though I’m not very comfortable speaking in a group setting, this group is exceptional, and I feel more comfortable than any other group I’ve been involved with. I feel like the activity last night of sharing and then people asking questions, was wonderful. … I feel like this group is a safe space, and that’s very unusual for me to feel this way.  I think the group members feel they’re in a safe space, and therefore can be vulnerable.  I love seeing others vulnerable because it’s a good reminder of the fact that everyone has their stuff and no one is in it alone. Thank you for providing this space for us to learn and grow.  I feel so blessed to be on this journey with you and the rest of the group.” Ellen C

Coaching Sessions & Assessments

If you choose to engage in the Life Coaching Group of Streams of Wholeness you will receive a lifetime IPSAT license, 6 coaching group experiences, and a personal coaching session with a certified coach. This program can also be considered for 10 hours of personal development, continuing education credits (subject to industry accreditation), or community service. This program is provided by the Hope Center @ Bloomingdale Church.

  1. Intro to Identity Self Awareness and the coaching process
  2. Personality
  3. Strengths 
  4. Skills & Gifts
  5. Passions
  6. Identity Statements: Communicating who I am

Coaching Group Facilitated by Daniel Riemenschneider

Daniel is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), the international gold-standard certification for professional coaching. He is also an IPSAT Certified Coach (Identity Profile Self Awareness Tool). Daniel pulls from his master’s degrees in both counseling and educational programming, and from his experience in student and adult learning environments, program management, and organizational development. Daniel is the Administrative Pastor at Bloomingdale Church. Daniel’s calling is to create opportunities for individuals and teams to move into the spaces in which they were designed. 

We’re confident this learning opportunity will deepen your understanding of who God made you to be so you can pursue even more intentionally what He put you on the earth to do.

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Value Added

“In looking back at the times in my life when I have felt the most energized it has been when my disposition, strengths, and skills have been in alignment – layered – each fueling the other/s. Additionally, when I have felt the most drained in my work/purpose – I can now see – with more precision what aspect of my best self was not being nourished.” -Katie M, middle school teacher

“I was trying to get out of a creative rut and an identity rut. When I went through the IPSAT it was perfect timing! I have noticed a change in myself toward embracing my creativity and passion for helping young adults. The IPSAT can also be a great tool during the career shaping process.” -Alexandra B, designer

“While I have taken a number of personality and strengths tests over the years, the IPSAT filled a unique niche by asking me to distill the scores into meaningful observations about myself that have helped me create a personal mission statement that excites and inspires me.” -Gordon S, HR professional