Need to Talk to Someone?
Your emotional well-being matters to us. That is why Project Foster Care contracts with professional coaches who are uniquely equipped to help people better manage all the challenges they face in the foster care world.
The distinction between coaching and counseling is significant. While counseling is intended for people recovering from past hurts, coaching for people who want help to move forward. Coaches assume you are the expert about your life, and once you decide what you want to do, will hold you accountable to achieve your goals.
Not everyone who wishes to be a coach for Project Foster Care will be accepted. We vet our coaches very carefully to ensure to the extent we can that your experience is a positive one.
If you would like to avail yourself of this opportunity, download the Client Coaching Agreement. Once you have read it and understand it. Complete the form at the bottom of this page.
Meet Our Coaches
Debbie Stankovich began her coaching career in 2007. She earned a B.A. in Social Sciences from Washington State University and has multiple coaching certifications from PCCCA, including:
- Certified Christian Life Coach
- Master Certified Life Coach
- Certified Joy Restoration Coach
- Certified Grief Coach
- Certified Christian Counselor*
As a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Pierce County in Washington State, Debbie commmunicates the child's desires to the court and advocates for his or her best interest after evaluating all available information.
Debbie's coaching style is Christian based and best suited for those who desire a faith-based approach.
*Though trained in Christian counseling, Debbie is not a licensed counselor and unable to provide these services.
Debbie Stankovich, MCLC