We may draw on a variety of methods to get you to where you want to be. One day at a time, you will begin to discover that life is getting brighter, that you’re emerging stronger, feeling empowered, and finding some joy in each day.
I was first certified as a Joy Restoration (Grief) Coach and Relationship Specialist, later as a Graduate of the International Coach Academy and am now recognized as an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. I have trained as a Grief Movement Guide under Paul Denniston, the founder of Grief Yoga, and am a Mental Fitness Coach.
Get in touch to schedule a 15-minute complimentary coaching call to see how I can best serve you. We can arrange follow-up sessions to fit your budget and schedule, usually for 30, 60 or 90 minutes.
Working with groups
I’ve found that the skills that help us individually are also valuable in workplace settings, helping teams overcome the impact of the loss of a fellow employee or even setbacks in the business. I can begin with a group session, offer individual sessions as needed and follow up as needed.
I also offer coaching based on the Positive Intelligence program developed by Coach Shirzad Chamine of San Francisco, whose best-selling book, Positive Intelligence, has grown into a movement that continues to change the lives of thousands of individuals and led to tremendous business growth.
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Sharing my insights and learnings gives me joy, and I am always eager for the chance to speak to groups of any size. I draw on my own story, when appropriate, of surviving trauma and living to thrive despite kidney disease. I love to challenge listeners to be creative in making their own world a better place.
I work with civic and church groups on more practical matters of relevance and value in daily life, too, discussing such topics as:
•Chronic Illness – After the Diagnosis
•Caring for the Self
Get in touch for a complimentary discussion about your own programming needs.