Supporting women and mothers to regain their authenticityNavigation
Many of us are stuck because we are struggling to be the “good girl” we think we have to be. If you are trying so hard to be “good” – or to let go of fears of not being as “good” as you “should,” the “good girl” myth is stealing your power and muting your authentic voice and authority over your life.Read More
“Our children come to us so we may recognize our psychic wounds and call up the courage to transcend the limitations these wounds place on us. As we uncover the ways in which our past drives us, we gradually become capable of parenting consciously,” Shefali Tsabary. Read how to nurture yourself and your children via a spiritual parenting path.Read More
rediscover your essence | reclaim your voice | renovate your relationships
The two main groups of women I coach are:
Whether my client is a mother or woman without children, together we work to rediscover her essence, reclaim her voice, re-envision her life, and renovate her relationships. Instead of living how she’s been told she “should” live – being and doing what others say is the “right way” – each woman I coach begins to live from a place of her own choosing, being and doing what feels congruent with her inner wisdom.
Whatever the reason you ended up on this page, please read more about my beliefs and my path to see if I might be the coach you’re looking for. I can help you answer the critical questions of your life and put the answers into action.
As I’ve found a surer footing in who I am as a mama, I’ve wanted to share this path with others who have a similar yearning. Here’s who tends to resonate most with my experience and my support:
“We are all capable of remarkable growth and transformation if we can learn to recognize and tap our deep inner resources and chart a path that is true to our values and to our own hearts.”~ Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn
Before I tell you what I do have to share, let me clarify what I do not do. I am not the “expert” or the person with the “answers” for parenting. I don’t want to “fix” your children’s behavior. I won’t give you a list of “should” and “shouldn’t.” I won’t pretend that coercive tactics are okay, yet nor will I judge you for doing things you regret. We are human – at our best and worst – and being a parent gives us innumerable chances to experience our highs and lows (as I know from my own experience).
It is my honor and mission to walk beside the mamas I support to help them find and embody their own deep wisdom. Specific areas that we focus on include:
If you resonate with the parenting path I walk or the support I offer, here are possible next steps:
This is the heart of the empowerment coaching I do and can’t be accomplished merely by acting on a “to do” list. Rediscovering our authentic self is a process that takes intention, time, and support. I love to work with women who are ready to make that journey. That being said, I can offer a few general ideas that you can use right now to become more real.
Are you ready to see if being “good” is getting in your way of being fulfilled? Let’s have a complimentary coaching session to see if it’s time to bust out of your “good girl” ways!