eMerge Military Services                                                            a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization


Coaching takes someone from where they are now, to where they want to go.

  • If you are on a professional football team, it is the beginning of the season, the score is 0-0 and you want to go to the Superbowl, you don’t want to call in the psychologist…you call in a Sports Coach.  
  • If you are the CEO of a Fortune 500 Company and you want to increase sales by one million dollars next year, you don’t call in the psychologist…you call in an Executive Coach.  
  • When a returning service man or woman returns home and wants to have time to cool off, gain some sort of normalcy and enjoy time with his/her friends and family…they call in a Reintegration Life Coach. 
Professional football players, company CEOs and our returning troops have all had major fears, setbacks, roadblocks and many times acute stress.  A coach is there to provide them with the tools, tips and techniques to set goals, increase their self confidence, hold them accountable, improve their relationship with themselves, keep them focused, provide encouragement, and empower them towards success.

Life coaching is the cumulative result of a number of different practices.  It has roots in executive coaching, which draws on techniques developed in management consulting and leadership training.  Life coaching also draws inspiration from a variety of disciplines including sociology, psychology, positive adult development, career counseling, mentoring and other types of motivational disciplines.  A coach is someone who is a mentor and demonstrates an interest in his/her client by guiding and supporting them to move forward in their life with empathy, understanding, respect and warmth.  A coach uses different techniques, assessments, and skills to empower personal growth and problem solving through effective interpersonal communications.

Coaching is viewed as a supplement to, not a replacement for, true psychiatric, psychological and other traditional therapies.  The coaching profession is gaining notoriety, so much so that many traditional therapists are exploring the coaching profession as an adjunct to their personal service offering.  Documented successes of professional coaching are definitely getting their attention.

We believe that our service men and women, as well as their families, deserve the opportunity to work with a coach on an ongoing basis during their readjustment period.  A smooth empowering readjustment period can have positive effects that last a lifetime thus decreasing or eliminating the need for future support services.

What Makes eMerge™ Coaching Different?

At eMerge™, we combine scientifically proven strategies and combine them with traditional coaching approaches.  We combine the best of the best universal practices and put them into one easy to use vehicle using our proprietary car analogy.  We teach the individual the power of using their mind and the benefits of neuroplastic changes.  We teach them, encourage them and empower them to move forward as well as providing them the much needed inspiration, motivation and direction.
Back on the Road of Life:
A Sample of Life behind the Wheel

It is possible to conquer the past and create the future -- the first step is choosing to take the journey.”
~ Michele Rosenthal

We recognize that our eyes show us what we believe, not what we see.  At eMerge™, we show you how to put the past in the Rearview Mirror™ and look out at your Windshield™ with hope, dreams and a vision.  We are equipped to provide all the tools one will need to travel on the Road of Life, as well as provide a coach whom offers continuous support along the way.  We all hit roadblocks, have breakdowns and need to hit our Hazard Lights.  We all need help with using our Horn appropriately, honoring our Passengers and drowning out the voices of our Backseat Drivers. 

When trouble occurs on the Road of Life, the eMerge™ Reintegration Coach (PIT Crew member) will be there to provide the inspiration, motivation and direction needed to keep moving forward.  You can’t drive a parked car…it’s time to get our service personnel back on the Road of Life - at their own speed and with their personal goals in mind.