SRP Life Coaching is an empowerment program for teen girls and young adult women who are on a path of self-discovery and acceptance
as they transition into womanhood.
Whether you’re a parent or guardian
of a teen girl trying to find her way or you’re a young adult woman trying to navigate life in the “real world”, we’re here to equip our clients with the tools and skills necessary to become a better, more confident
version of themselves.
Our motto, “We H.E.A.R. You”, emphasizes our priority to ensure our clients are seen and heard by communicating with
Meet Shandra R. Pettway, MA
The Next GenHERation Life Coach
Shandra R. Pettway is a wife, mom, educator, and certified life coach empowering the next generation of women to embrace who they are while teaching them healthier ways to cope with life challenges.
With more than 20 years of experience working in education, Shandra has always had a passion for the youth, namely for mentoring young girls. As an educator, she was adamant about connecting with her students on a more personable level, serving as a listening ear who never judged. After working with a teen life coach for her eldest son, Shandra decided to pursue a career in life coaching for adolescent and young adult women, with a focus on helping them find healthier ways to express themselves and be confident in their skin.
Shandra is the cool, sisterly mentor figure she never had growing up. As a teen girl, she struggled with self-esteem issues and felt like she couldn't be open with her parents about sex and other feelings she was experiencing during her transition into womanhood. This sparked Shandra's passion for being a sounding board that holds space for the next generation of women trying to navigate their way through life challenges. As a mom and teen life coach who remembers the challenges she experienced as a teenager, Shandra is here to help connect the dots between parents or guardians and their teen girls.
"...serving as a listening ear who never judged."
"...with a focus on helping them find healthier ways to express themselves and be confident in their skin.
"This sparked Shandra's passion for being a sounding board that holds space for the next generation of women trying to navigate their way through life challenges."
What’s the difference between
life coaching and therapy?
Many people have a tendency to confuse the two, but they have distinct purposes.
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which one is the better fit for your situation.