coaching can unlock your potential
Want to unlock your potential and reach personal goals?
Do you need some advice and encouragement?
There are lots of speed bumps along the transformation journey.
Some bumps are bigger than others and you may need help climbing over them.
God wants us to be transformed mentally, spiritually and emotionally. In each of these areas you may be experiencing struggles which are preventing you from enjoying the transformed life. Rather than become discouraged and quit, you just need some advice and encouragement to get you over the hurdles.
Would you like to meet with me online to discuss your own personal situation?
That’s why I have opened up a limited number of online or phone appointments each month for personal coaching.
When you join the personal coaching program, I will be available to give you specific advice in the areas where you are having the greatest struggles. The purpose of the sessions is to solve your problems, not teach you a course.
Scroll down this page to see what others are saying about our coaching program.
I can help you in these specific areas as well:
- Anger management, control and prevention
- How to hear the voice of God
- Questions about emotional, mental or spiritual health
- How to overcome worry
- How to assess your mood
- How to understand psychiatry and work with a psychiatrist
- How to know if you need mental health medications and how they work
- Leadership issues
- Vision and goal setting
We can meet online using Skype, FaceTime or by phone.
For counsellors, therapists, pastors
I’m available to help you with difficult client situations that you would like to discuss with me.
Be part of the personal coaching program
If you would like to accelerate your transformation journey contact me and I'll explain the details and costs.
I am looking forward to working with you.
I have suffered from depression for many years. I did take medication about 10 years ago but found some of the side effects difficult to cope with along with feeling like a failure each time a took a pill. It has been sometime since I ceased medication and I have tried to avoid taking any again. In the last 12 months the depression has become quite severe leading to a number of physical problems but I still resisted taking medication. Having attended a seminar with Grant recently he indicated that taking medication was OK. I found his treatment of the subject very sound and challenging so when Grant offered his online coaching service, I decided to contact him for further advice. During our conversation I found Grant’s medical knoweldge, coupled with his knowledge of the healing ministry, very informative and convincing in regards to the benefits of taking medication. It would seem this is the only piece of the jigsaw puzzle that is missing. Although I still have some reservations, I have made an appointment to visit my doctor to discuss medication, something I would have thought inconceiveable beforehand. Being a Christian and taking anti-depressant medication can be difficult but when all of the other options have been exhausted, both spiritually and medically, and the physical symptoms still exist, they need to be treated as would any other illness. I would recommend speaking to Grant personally, he was easy to talk with, encouraging and supportive.
Kevin in Australia
I struggled with depression for many years as well. I would take medication for awhile until things in my life started to improve and then I would go off the medication. I ended up having to be hospitalized with severe depression and suicidal ideation. I know now that could have been prevented if I had stayed on the medication, or had an adjustment to the medication if needed. I went back on medication recently again due to insomnia. It is helping me to relax and get some rest when I need it. I thank God for the medication. Yes, we are part of the fallen race, and therefore we have to accept physical things happening to our bodies as a result of poor diet, neglect, over working etc. If we were strictly spiritual beings, this would not be an issue, but we’re not just spiritual, we’re physical as well. I thank the Lord for good doctors who tune into the needs of their patients. They are given that talent by the Lord himself.
Thanks for your Coaching call via Skype, it’s great to connect with you from the other side of the world… it’s as if we’re sitting on your porch enjoying a cup of coffee. Your wisdom is extremely helpful.
Every coach needs a coach, and I am no exception. So when I needed clarification on some professional decisions I faced, Holy Spirit led me to Dr. Grant Mullen. In only two coaching sessions, Dr. Mullen helped me to clarify the options before me by posing some very insightful and thought-provoking questions that gave me a fresh perspective on my situation and helped me to remove the dross to find the gold.
If you need a fresh perspective regarding a decision, a problem, or a career path, contact Dr. Mullen. As a life coach myself, I can tell you that he is topnotch! 🙂
Dr. MaryAnn Diorio
A great relief to find a site like this, and people who have shared the struggle of taking anti-depressant medication as Christians.
I still struggle with a husband who doesn’t believe in medication, but we have seen some remarkable changes in our once-strained relationship and this is slowly breaking down the preconceived ideas.
My difficulty started many years ago, because as a new Christian I had so much hope and joy in being saved, I would tell my doctor – no, I don’t feel depressed, and yet I just couldn’t contain some of the emotional problems that were manifesting. It took six years for us both to finally see past my joy and her to prescribe medication for the chemical imbalance, which was immediately contained.
I have since been able to live through (literally – because suicidal thoughts had been common beforehand) some of the most stressful situations in life and remain faith-filled and confident that God’s plan was being outworked daily. It’s been a real testimony to my non-believing friends – some of whom have become saved themselves.
Debbie in New Zealand
Dr. Mullen is a Christian catalyst. He is a gifted, wonderfully supportive and insightfully honest, encouraging and personable. After speaking with him, I already look forward to the next appointment. Christians need others so that God can release that blessing that is waiting to flow through us. Since speaking with Dr. Mullen, he facilitates the release and confirms what the Holy Spirit is already doing within us so that we too can be a blessing to whom we come in contact with. By living in this interdependent relationship with other believers, especially those anointed and appointed by the Lord, it can be powerful and affirming.
I encourage you to pray about it and have faith, waiting in anticipation of the good that God has in store for you. No matter what you have or have been diagnosed with, God can do a mighty work in your life and you can live victoriously and prosper in all that God sends your way. I highly recommend Dr. Mullen! May God continue to bless him and all those that come in contact with him.
Dear Dr. Mullen,
I want to thank you for a very freeing conversation this morning!
22 years ago I was diagnosed with bipolar, and know well the disruption and mental pain that brings.
Recently, I became visually impaired to the point that I was unable to read even with a magnifing glass. After surgery I was amazed at the clearness of my vision. I said to my Pastor – “If only I could see that clearly spiritually!”
This morning I received spiritual sight!!! As we talked light shone in the areas where I was stuck, and in pain. Your easy and kind manner put me totally at ease. The things we discussed have been bothering me for years and years. I can’t thank you enough for your wise counsel and insight into my illness.
I would recommend you to anyone and everyone who is struggling with thoughts that keep them stuck. Those, who because of their troublesome thoughts, and mental pain, are not able to live the abundant life that Jesus said He would give.
Thank you so very much for being God’s voice of comfort and consolation to me today.
May God reward you richly,
Hi Dr. Mullen:
It has been a HUGE HUGE blessing to me to have found the courage to set up some coaching appointments with you. For the first time in my life I have found a Dr. who is not scary… who LISTENS to me and my heart and who really has some answers that have begun to free me into a newer me. I know still that is it is going to take some time to get past all the lies I have believed . But finally I have a Dr. who really knows what I am talking about with him. so THANK-YOU for offering these appointments they are worth every moment of time taken… It has been so incredibley easy to set them up although I still feel a little camera shy, someday I hope to be past that too. Thank-You for being a Dr. who listens to the heart for getting to the nitty gritty for being so APROACHABLE . These sessions are a blessing.
Dr. Mullen I really was at the end of my rope until my conversation with you gave me hope that things could turn around for me as you said with a little tweaking.
God is really using you to help people and help Christians and the church to have a better understanding of emotional problems.
May God richly bless you in this vital service you provide.
Looking forward to feeling well again!
Patti in Clinton
I am so thankful for the coaching that I have received over the past two months, as I have dialogued with Dr. Mullen. Breaking free of lies and emotional baggage that have kept me from moving forward as I desired in my Christian walk has been really exciting. He coaches with the gentleness of the Spirit of God, and suggests practical steps to help you move forward. I am particularly thankful that some persistant blocks have been removed through the Lord’s help and with the assistance of Dr. Mullen.
For those who hesitate to engage in coaching, I would say please don’t hesitate to engage, because transformation with the Lord’s help and Dr. Mullen’s direction is a great blessing to yourself, and to others around you.
Thank you, Dr. Mullen!!
Thank you so much for today; I felt more relaxed than I have in a long time after I talked with you.
Jess, New Zealand
I am a Christian who felt I was weak when it came to taking medication for depression. I have suffered with bipolar for 50 years. The last 15 years have been the best years of my life. They began after hearing Dr. Mullen speak on depression at the Americana in Niagara Falls. Took me one year to get the courage to ask for a referral from my primary doctor. Also took me another year once I began seeing Dr. Mullen to stop the tranquilizers my primary had prescribed and began the meds suggested by Dr. Mullen. I thank God every day for Dr. Mullen’s care and have referred my friends to him. I now speak about the depression with others suffering with it, and have found that not keeping it a deep dark secret has also been part of my recovery. God bless you Dr. Mullen.
Lucy in Niagara Falls, Ontario
The most significant step I have taken was to contact a (almost) total stranger…. I emailed Grant and have been speaking via phone (coaching) for about 3 yrs now (where did the time go? ). One of the BEST things I’ve ever done in my life (no, I’m not related to Grant. We’ve never met….only AUDIBLY). Grant and Kathy have touched my life beyond words….and I am FREE to IMPACT OTHERS!!! THANK YOU LORD!!!
MOSES ( TORONTO )
I’ve had 2 sessions with Dr. Mullen and as a result I’ve started treatment for anxiety.
The medication is working out really well. Since talking with you last, I’ve been all over the place on trains, airplanes, driving through tunnels without the usual slight anxious feelings that I used to have. Life has taken on a whole new dimension. I feel very normal, and able to be more relaxed with people, take the bull by the horns so to speak in situations where I need to deal with problems, and just simply enjoy what I am doing, and enjoying the journey. I don’t have any depressed feelings at any time, and my motivation is very high. Its seems to be more of a relaxed motivation, not manic in any way.