Our Covid Policy
We value our clients and your health & safety during these uncertain times. We take every effort to keep you protected while in our offices. Yeager Office Suites are cleaned twice daily every weekday. Our individual office is also disinfected daily. Sanitizer is available both in the lobby area and our individual office.
We will continue to follow CDC guidelines and protocols in our offices until we are satisfied that things are well under control. Masks are requested in the lobby areas and can be removed once in office for session (or leave it on!).
Each person has different preferences and many of our clients continue to seek ‘one-to-one’ with the counselor/coach in office. We want each person to receive the individual care they want. We offer 3 options of counseling/coaching services: Phone, Video, and Face-to-Face.
Please let us know preferences at the time of appointment so we can best accommodate you during this time. Your welfare is of utmost importance to us.
If you think that this sounds like something that might be a good fit for you then our next step is to meet and talk about a personalized plan for you. I can be reached in several ways but the fastest ways are phone and appointment request form. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you improve your performance!
I can be reached at 214-543-4108. Because I'm constantly in session with other athletes I may not answer the phone so leave me a voice-mail with your name, a phone number that you will answer, I promise you that I will return your call within 2-3 hours.
Appt. Request Form
You know the drill! Fill in the form, click "Submit" and I'll call you within 2-3 hours. Improving your overall performance is only that far away!
About Kip Rodgers
Every day, I read the headlines about athletes who struggle and end up making poor choices. Memorable headlines include Junior Seau and Johnny Manziel. Recent headlines include the horrific abuse in USA Gymnastics and the suicide of a D1 quarterback at Washington State.
The banners I read show athletes get arrested, released, benched, sustain career-ending injuries, and get taken advantage of by others. And, on occasion, an athlete makes the drastic choice to take their life leaving behind stunned teammates, family, friends, and fans.
This drives me. It wakes me up every day with purpose. Why? At 15, I was one of those athletes contemplating suicide...