A little bit about me...

I am a 40 year old mom of three boys, ages 13, 7, and 2.  I enjoy creating art, spending time with family and friends, and traveling. I have always had a passion for helping people and began my career as a substance abuse therapist at the age of 19. I was hired while participating in an internship. I decided to go back to grad school in 2015. At the time my two boys were one and seven. After almost 20 years of experience and specialized training as a therapist, I decided to make a shift to Life Coach. In 2019, I became a certified Life Coach and Humanistic NLP practitioner.

When I developed mysterious and progressive hearing loss in my mid-twenties, I had a long road to acceptance.  Something positive can be found in anything. As a result of my disability, I have developed an enhanced sense of intuition and empathy. Through undergoing my own struggle, it has become my desire to teach others how to turn any misfortune into opportunity and recognize how their circumstances can truly become their biggest blessings. 

I have always been interested in the unexplained, metaphysics , and other things of "spiritual" nature. My most recent journey has taken me on a truth seeking mission and I have been guided to explore the hidden truths of the universe.

  In 2006, I began utilizing the law of attraction to achieve my goals.  It is my passion to help you to do the same so that you can finally achieve your goals and live an empowered life! 

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I believe in transparency.

 

For a long time, I made excuses to stop myself from taking a leap of faith and working for myself as a life coach. In order to be successful, I had to be willing to let go of my negative self talk and embrace my vulnerability. My inner dialogue sounded a lot like, “You can’t be a life coach because you aren’t “spiritual enough, calm enough, patient enough”. “Don’t be a hypocrite. How can you possibly tell someone how to live after you yelled at your kids like that this morning?” See, here is the thing, I have allowed being human and my fear of imperfection to stop me from ever starting. “Once I feel motivated and spiritual and once I start meditating, once I get good enough I will sell my art” .And the list goes on. The realization and acceptance of my imperfection has been my saving grace. My wedding song was “All of Me” by, John Legend. In which the lyrics say, “All of me, loves all of you. All your curves and all your edges, all your perfect imperfections.” My biggest hurdle has been accepting my imperfections as perfect. If I keep allowing being human to stop me, then I will never get started!

"Vulnerability is our most accurate measurement of courage. " Brené Brown