New Website Showcases Unique Coaching Practice that Integrates Life Coaching and Life Cycle Celebrant® ServicesTo Honor the Whole Person and Strengthen Coaching Outcomes.

Contact:  Elaine Voci, Ph.D.



(Carmel, IN – October 27, 2014)   Elaine Voci, Ph.D. owner of Elaine Voci Life Skills Coaching, LLC, a private life coaching practice based in Carmel, IN, announces the launch of a new website that highlights a unique integration of Life Coaching and Life Cycle Celebrant Services for clients in the greater Indianapolis area.

 “I have the honor of being a life coach where I get to bring my talents, skills, experience and passion to helping clients who want to close the gap between where they are and where they want to be, “says Elaine Voci.  “I have also been trained in the art of life transition ceremonies so I can create and facilitate a rite of passage that brings a sacred dimension to the client’s goals that provides inspiration and spiritual support to make the changes they desire in life.”

“Clients seek out life coaching because it brings fulfillment and increased life satisfaction.  Many would also find it strengthening to honor transitions related to the changes they are making, but they don’t know how to integrate the two processes,” Elaine continues. “That’s where I can help; for example, a client going through a divorce sets coaching goals to help create a new life and I can design a meaningful divorce ceremony that acknowledges the hurt and pain and begins the healing process.”

The new website defines every life transition as having an ending, an in-between time, and a new beginning and the power that ritual and ceremony possess to help clients view their life as a hero’s journey.  That fresh perspective adds a healing and empowering complement to life coaching and strengthens coaching outcomes.

About the Practice:  Elaine Voci Life Skills Coaching, LLC is a successful life coaching and celebrant services private practice that has been delivering a message of motivation, spiritual growth, and purposeful ceremonies since 2011.  Elaine works with individuals, groups, and organizations; she is a non-fiction author and has been published in the U.S., the U.K., Canada and Japan, including as a guest columnist for the Indianapolis Star newspaper.