Get Grounded and Deeply Rooted Through Coaching
“In a world of algorithms, hashtags, and followers, know the importance of true human connection.“
My approach is truly centered around each client’s specific needs. This means sessions can always look different. I offer sessions through Zoom calls and in-person. Beyond that, sessions can include conversation, goal setting, developing coping skills, and stress tolerance. Clients struggling with eating disorders sessions can be in the form of meal support, going out for a meal together, grocery shopping, clothes shopping etc. I offer specialized yoga for mental wellness/eating disorders to clients as well to guide them in adopting mindfulness skills
My approach encourages vulnerability and authenticity. First trust has to be built in the relationship between coach and client. Then I can help each client, through various modalities, to develop the skills and support needed to challenge the beliefs and behaviors that are disrupting their life. This inevitably helps the client develop trust in self.
I believe reaching out is one of the most imperative skills for each of us to have because connection to one another is not only healing but essential. If you are finding yourself needing support, compassion and a safe place to challenge what is limiting you please reach out to me where you’ll be met with compassion and truth, without judgement.
“Find What Feeds Your Soul”
I am here to support you through all that comes with life. Although times can be tough, I want to hold a space for you to show up as your authentic self, be vulnerable about what’s happening for you and know that it is safe to do so in the space we have together. Through curiosity and comfort I will push you outside your norm to explore new perspectives and alternative coping strategies all the while holding you with support. We are all on our own journeys in this life, but connection to tribe and community, reaching out, and getting your needs met are universally key. As your Life Coach, I am here to hold up the mirror for you, helping you recognize what feels like it is working, what feels authentic and good and help you cope with and navigate what does not. With compassion, I will guide you but I will tell you the hard truths and give you the nudge you may need sometimes to explore, be curious, make commitments and grow!
Looking at our challenges in life through the lens of the soul can be a powerful force in growth and the widening of perspective. This is the foundation that guides our work together. Whether you are looking to learn and deepen your spiritual practice or you are seeking spiritual guidance in navigating the obstacles in your life, this is the type of coaching for you! Being deeply rooted into spiritual beliefs can be incredibly impactful in finding meaning in life, feeling fulfilled, finding purpose, understanding what is happening around you and developing a sense of self.
“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.”
Eating Disorder Recovery Coaching
As someone who has walked through the recovery process I have a level of empathy and understanding that is powerful in this process. During my journey, working with people who had struggled just like I did and seeing them thrive and be recovered gave me hope and guidance. I am here to bring the same sense of hope, motivation and most importantly support to you along your own journey to being recovered. Throughout our coaching sessions we will talk about current struggles and triggers, how to implement coping skills, have meal support where we eat meals together whether virtually or in person, face your triggers like grocery shopping or clothes shopping together, deeply reflect on what is standing between you and recovery and identify what you are recovering to. Yes eating disorders and disordered eating are about the food, but they are not about the food in many ways. There are many underlying feelings that we will touch upon throughout our time together. As a recovered individual, I work with others who are in various phases of recovery to help them face triggers in their daily lives. Recovery coaching should be done in conjunction with therapy. This is so I can help you focus on the action part; the “how” part of recovery. Meanwhile your therapist can be there to help you dig deeply into the “why.”
1:1 Recovery coaching for loved ones
Eating Disorders are complex and can have you feeling like you are walking on eggshells. You are exactly where you need to be. Together we will explore ways for you to navigate being a support person and how to care for yourself in regard to being in relationship with someone struggling.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I do offer free fifteen minute consultations! When participating in weekly coaching sessions you receive a 20% discount on 1:1 trauma/mental wellness yoga sessions developed to help you reach your mental, emotional and/or spiritual goals.
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
If you would like to engage in a free 15 minute consultation we can schedule a time that works well for you. If you feel like we are a good fit and are comfortable moving forward I will send you some paperwork to fill out. In the case that you have a treatment team like dietitians, psychiatrists, psychologists you will have the option to fill out a form to allow me to speak wit the rest of your team so that you have a solid foundation of care. Moving forward we will speak in depth about your goals, what you’re struggling with and how you are looking for support.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I am studying psychology to become a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I have been involved in the field of psychology for awhile, specializing with eating disorders. I am also a certified yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance which has deepened my spiritual practices, intuitions and knowledge allowing me to offer spiritual guidance. I am certified through The Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy program and have taken courses through Eat, Breathe, Thrive and Inhale to Exhale a trauma informed yoga program.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I started this type of work through my own journey, struggle, and self discovery. I am open about my journey because I know that connection and vulnerability are extremely important in the human experience as well as in the healing process.