LEARN MORE ABOUT COACHING
What is a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach? How is this different than therapy?
Coaches are not therapists - a good coach guides and encourages, coming alongside their client to brainstorm, provide information, and examine potential decisions. A therapist can do all of these things, but they often also need to intervene at a deeper level to direct care and prescribe behavior.
Depending on where you are in your recovery, you may find tremendous benefits from working with either kind of helping professional. People can, and often do, move between therapy and coaching. You can work with me independently, or I can consult closely with your therapist to best support your healing.
All exercises, movements, meditations, journaling, food and nutrition components that you are working on with your therapist become less overwhelming when you also work with a coach. Trauma Recovery Coaching is the perfect complement to therapy, making the therapeutic process more productive.
Think of me as a "Trauma Tutor" to help guide and prepare you for the future!
Your Certified Trauma Recovery Coach
I started this career because I love being in the service of helping people feel their best! I have learned through my own journey how important a strong support base can be when recovering from trauma.
As a Certified Trauma Recovery Coach I am able to provide that support for my clients. I teach and provide the tools to boost confidence, build esteem, and help strengthen daily practices of self-care and well-being.
I work with trauma survivors as a peer, mentor, guide, and educator.
A COMPLETE APPROACH
How to Start Healing and Begin Flourishing
I offer empirically proven tools to assist you in calming your nervous system. We will work together on developing practices to nurture your spirit, overcome personal challenges, and achieve your individual life goals. I cater to each of my client’s personal needs in order to
unlock their full potential. Contact me to start your proactive journey today.
A State of Active, Open Attention
The term "Mindfulness" describes the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we're doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what's going on around us. The goal of mindfulness is to wake up to the inner workings of your mental, emotional, and physical processes.
Learning Mindfulness skills can help reduce tension, increase performance, and boost overall health.
Your Mindfulness Practice in Motion
Chronic stress places us in a persistent state of fight, flight, or freeze. Our ability to make decisions, pay attention, regulate emotions, adaptively cope, and experience empathy is disrupted. And, over time, our bodies and our mental health begin to feel the toll. With Dynamic Mindfulness, we are able to use movement to shift our response from fight, flight, or freeze to rest and restore.
The result? Increased focus, stronger stress resilience, and an improved sense of wellbeing.
Calm Your Mind and Improve Your Focus
Meditation is a mind and body practice that has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being. Meditation balances the interactions among the brain, mind, body, and behavior.
Guidance & Inspiration
No one has the power to motivate you, but you. This doesn’t mean a coach can’t help. A coach’s role in your search for motivation is to help you identify the goals that are most important to you and to address the factors that are diminishing your motivation.
I can help you discover your own motivation and give you the tools you need to keep the fires burning bright!
“HAPPINESS, NOT IN ANOTHER PLACE BUT THIS PLACE, NOT FOR ANOTHER HOUR BUT THIS HOUR."