NOTE: August, 2019 Various parts of the website will be under revision.
Thank you for your patience while we work on updating and making it better for you!
Christian Transitions Life Coaching
is now under the umbrella of Set Apart Ministries.
Spiritual Growth Relationships Work Environments
Transition from where you are
to where you want to be!
Now, you can walk through a step by step process,
completely personalized with your needs in mind,
to make a powerfully positive change in your life.
Personal Life Coaching is
with Personal Life Coach, Barbara Klika will:
Arrange for your free introductory session today!
Contact Barb Now at:
Please complete both of these forms when registering for coaching. You can submit them via email or send to:
Set Apart Ministries
P. O. Box 5584
De Pere, WI 54115
Prior to our first session, you have the option to use this
Balanced Life Assessment Tool as a basis to begin our work together.
Coaching participants will complete a brief Call Focus Form
prior to each session
to keep us on track for what you need to address each time! This form is to be emailed the evening before our appointment.
What you learn will make a lasting change for good in your life!
Barbara L. Klika, MSW, Personal Life Coach
2015-- Still Waters, Inc. of Green Bay corporation has been dissolved, effective September 15, 2015. All coaching services will now be offered under the umbrella of Set Apart Ministries, Inc.
2009-2015: Owner/Coach for Still Waters, Inc. of Green Bay. Specializing in personal life coaching for those people in various life transitions, and for individuals or family and friends of those in depression; using personally developed materials, The Life Model (TM), and maturity development materials. (No longer an outpatient clinic.)
Barbara L. Klika, MSW, LCSW
1992-2009: Owner/therapist for Still Waters, Inc. of Green Bay. Specializing in professional mental health treatment provided within a Judeo-Christian worldview.Personal Life Coaching services added in 2005.
1987-1992: Private practice group, Family Life and Growth, S.C., Green Bay. Quality Assurance Director and Therapist.
1986: Program Director: Developed Challenge--AODA treatment program for adolescents and families, residential and outpatient--Programs, Green Bay, WI
1976-1992: Medical, AODA, EAP and psychiatric social work experience in several hospitals, private agencies and county mental health facilities in Northeastern Wisconsin.
1978-1983: Developed community organizations to deal with domestic violence in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties. (You might be interested in a recent video of the Founders of the Dodge County group-PAVE, talking about that experience.)
1987-1988: Adjunct Professor--Sociology of Marriage and Family at UW-Green Bay, WI.
1977: received BA sociology/Music at Southwest State University, Marshall, MN
1983: received MSW at UW-Milwaukee, School of Social Work
Continuing education in the areas of anxiety and depression, addictions-substance abuse, attachment and bonding, sexual and eating disorders, trauma resolution, personality disorders, communication and conflict management skills, treating infidelity, marital, psychoneuroimmuniology, gerontology, brain function in memory and aging, integration of religion and psychology, spiritual warfare, New Age and occultism, Spiritual gifts, Theophostic prayer and healing, and personal life coaching--basic training through Mentor Coach Inc.).
Barb is also the Undershepherd and Founder of Set Apart Ministries, a Messianic equipping community, incorporated in January, 2000.
Preparing to Lead a Home Fellowship?
Consider taking a course to prepare you for many of the challenges ahead!
Now you can better prepare yourself spiritually, emotionally and relational-ly
to develop a Home Fellowship that can grow into a stable community.
If you already host a fellowship, you can take advantage of our experiences and gain some additional tools to prayerfully exhort and encourage your people.
Barbara L. Klika, MSW
with 17 years experience shepherding a Messianic Fellowship and 30 years experience as a Clinical Social Worker has addressed 10 primary areas of need she sees for most people who are considering leading a fellowship group.
This course comes in an email format,one lesson a week coming to your mailbox.
You can complete them as you choose.
Consultation by phone or Skype is always available to talk over anything you and your community may find challenging.