Trauma-informed group coaching that redirects your resilience, ambition and empathy.
When life doesn’t line up with the plan you created, uncertainty and fear start to churn. The vision board version of you that designed this "no-fail" plan retreats to somewhere familiar, somewhere safe and somewhere you also told yourself you wouldn’t return.
Maybe you know the feeling?
You're afraid to let loose or have fun.
It’s too risky to step out of the safety systems that keep your life in check. No safety net, no control. And losing control or being out of control feels like torture, or worse, failure. It’s a jolt to your nervous system reminding you of times when you felt unsafe and vulnerable. You can’t remember the last time you literally LOL’ed, actually played or truly relaxed.
You worry that you're lazy, a procrastinator or should be doing more.
Your mediocre is probably most people’s personal best. But when you’re grading yourself, you always seem to come up short. Anything less than full throttle and you find yourself headed for a shame spiral thanks to your nervous system working to keep you safely performing so you don’t get left behind.
You stay stuck in the Everything-Nothing-Netflix loop.
You agree to ALL the things, but then struggle to keep up with all the commitments. Eventually, after exhausting yourself, you find yourself pushing everyone and everything away to self-protect. Then it’s binge-watching Netflix and avoiding your inbox. Until, of course, the whole thing starts all over again.
You question if you're worthy of investing in yourself.
You tell yourself that maybe there are just some things in life you can’t have—fulfillment, love, real boundaries, freedom from old narratives. Besides, when would you possibly have the time or resources to do something like life coaching? Next quarter, next year, next raise or bonus, you tell yourself. But it doesn’t feel safe to spend money on yourself, so the right time just never appears.
Movement without forward motion gets old.
Group life coaching will show you that it’s safe to disrupt the unhelpful loops and limiting beliefs you’ve been swirling in for years.
Wouldn't it be great to finally understand that nothing is wrong with you and that you actually make sense?
Nothing is wrong with you. You make sense. In fact, every single thing you do—every behavior—makes sense through the lens of trauma and self-protection. When your nervous system is overwhelmed from past trauma or current stress, the walls come up and you shut down.
With a trauma-informed approach to life coaching, we’ll walk through a process designed to reintroduce safety into your nervous system so you can begin to heal.
This isn’t theory. We’ll go through evidence-based research that proves you make sense, and we’ll break down exactly what’s been happening in your brain and your body. We’ll transform:
Worry into worthiness.
- Recognize triggers & break out of anxiety cycles
- Identify & practice grounding techniques
- Embrace uncertainty and doubt
- Stop second guessing yourself
- Replace self-judgement with self-compassion
- Love yourself
Fear into fulfillment.
- Step out of a victim mindset
- Identify fears holding you back
- Recognize & reframe self-sabotaging behaviors
- Decrease pessimism
- Practice effective self-care
Control into connection.
- Stop trauma from paralyzing your life
- End the cycle of playing small just to maintain connection
- Use a new approach to handle family and other relationship conflicts
- Move away from all-or-nothing and toward balance
- Release anger, regret & self-criticism
- Discover joy
Each 8-week group coaching session includes:
8 group coaching calls via Zoom
A workbook to take notes, review concepts and self-reflect.
50+ journal prompts
Self-regulation and grounding techniques
A closed, private Slack channel for connecting with the group
Discounted pricing for 1:1 coaching
Well, for starters, the 8-week virtual group coaching experience includes all of the knowledge, resources and tools you receive in 1:1 coaching, but for less than half the cost.
Plus, the group is a safe and supportive environment where you can challenge yourself, experiment, play, and even “mess up”—all without judgement. Here’s what else you can expect:
Enjoy a small intimate group size that invites vulnerability in a safe setting.
Get access to a private, closed Slack channel so you can stay connected with each other through coaching and after.
Connect with other change seekers.
Find accountability and support.
Gain insights from others’ experiences.
Send questions and comments you’d like to hear addressed in group via a weekly check-in form.
Add on 1:1 coaching sessions during or after group coaching.
Allow others to offer you the compassion you’ve been withholding from yourself.
“I better understand ME. I feel more confident. I feel more certain of decisions. I know how to listen to my body now. I better understand people in my life. I can't wait to continue learning and healing.”
Disclaimer: In the one-on-one setting, life coaching is a personalized program for each individual. Group life coaching offers a curriculum suitable for a group setting with group members’ individual needs and concerns in mind. I reserve the right to change the program material for each client and group. All results will vary based on your willingness to participate and implement what you have learned. It is not a replacement for medical advice, psychological counseling or other types of therapy. Life coaches are not able to diagnose medical conditions or prescribe medication. This program is intended to be informational in nature and should not be a substitute for medical advice of any kind. Any actions you take, or consequences that result from your actions, are entirely your own responsibility. I accept no liability from the use of information provided on my website, programs, social media, email or my services. Additionally, at this time I am not taking any clients outside of the United States.