Psychotherapists and other mental health practitioners are constantly seeking new interventions to supplement traditional talk therapy techniques of old. Traditional methods of psychotherapy include the incorporation of various counseling theories, including but not limited to cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, existential and psychodynamic approaches. These researched and steadfast theories of the field are taught in major mental health… [Read More]
Aromatics are Essential
The therapeutic use of essential oils has been at the heart of much my work for nearly a decade. Chakra Chart/Wellness Wheel I developed a chakra chart that includes key oils for each of the seven main chakras as well as a wellness wheel for therapists, coaches and healers. Essential Chakra Chart Essential Wellness Wheel… [Read More]
Are you a Board Certified Coach? Need Continuing Education?
If you are a Board Certified Coach through the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE), you are required to obtain 70 continuing education hours every 5 years. I offer Transformative Coach Training Series that qualifies as the initial required training to obtain the BCC but the series is also approved by CCE to fulfill your… [Read More]
Intuitive and Psychospiritual Coach Training Program
If you are looking for solid coach training that offers intuitive and psychospiritual components, my Transformative Coach Training Series may be a good fit. And if you are looking for a reputable coaching credential, my training satisfies the educational component of two coach certifications. Coach Certification First, the training qualifies toward the Board Certified Coach… [Read More]
Masking is my future. It’s not what you think.
For me, a mask is more than a representation of the pandemic. Masking is my future. April is Sarcoidosis Awareness Month so I thought I would spread a bit of awareness about mask-wearing and break the stigma for those of us diagnosed with Sarcoidosis or other immune-compromising illnesses. I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Sarcoidosis in… [Read More]
Sugar cravings making you cray?
Those sugar cravings can be extremely frustrating, especially when you are committed to a wellness lifestyle but sugar still feels like the elephant in the living room. Here are three reasons for those cravings: nutrient deficiency low protein intake dehydration Nutrient Deficiency Cravings can be a sign of nutrient deficiency. Cravings for different flavors or… [Read More]
Try these 5 tips to lose those last few pounds
Why do some people seem to be eating right and exercising religiously, yet struggle with the last 5 or 10 pounds? Here are three factors that cause our bodies to hold onto weight: 1. Cravings – if you go for the whole tub of Ben and Jerry’s at 10pm, it doesn’t matter that you have been… [Read More]
Ask the bigger WHY
When you face challenges in adapting positive lifestyle changes, and wanting to just go back to the old familiar way of being, ask yourself – what is it costing you not to take action? And you need to go deep, and think of not just the immediate consequences but keep asking “then what?” – until… [Read More]