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Are you ready for greater resilience, joy,
and self-compassion?

4-week Jumpstart Program to Transform Stress and Anxiety 
(Group size limited to 10, Individual program also available)

If you struggle with chronic stress and anxiety, this is the place to start. You will learn the brain-focused approach I have used with many hundreds of patients and clients to help them learn to transform their stress and anxiety patterns and build emotional resilience, even if those patterns feel deeply embedded and have been around for years. You will get lots of practice and help in overcoming barriers in a safe and supportive group. Includes HRV sensor and training.

12-week Intensive Coaching Program (Individual, Limited availability)

12-week individual coaching program for high-achieving women who look calm, confident and in control but inwardly struggle with anxiety, overthinking, and self-criticism. You will learn the same skills I teach in the Jumpstart and Greater Resilience, Joy, and Self-compassion programs, but we target those skills to the areas of your life that need them the most. If you are tired of the struggle, this unique approach combines practical neuroscience, positive psychology principles, concrete skills, and compassionate support and accountability to create change that lasts.

Coming in 2024. Six Weeks to Greater Resilience, Joy, and Self-compassion (group size limited to 12) 

Harness practical brain science and the power and wisdom of the heart to create healthier habits of emotional response, deeper connection with yourself and others, and a life with greater ease and joy.

This program includes the same skills as in the Jumpstart Program but is designed for those whose stress and anxiety are less intense and/or who are ready to go from “My life is good.” to “I want my life to be great!” Includes an HRV personal training sensor. For those who have already completed the Jumpstart Program, this will be a review of the skills and a chance to go deeper with the practices.

Coming in 2024. Ending Stress Eating for Women – 8 Weeks (Group size limited to 6)

If you want to stop stress-eating, you have to manage the stress. This course is designed to give you the skills you need to transform stress and anxiety, and to apply those skills in targeted ways to overcome the self-critical thinking, feelings of defeat, and unhelpful self-narratives that are so often wrapped up in and are reinforced by our attempts to create healthier habits. We will use practical brain science to make the process of change easier and to shift your inner dialogues from self-focused to goal-focused language.

This program includes the same skills as in the Jumpstart Program but is designed for those who are tired of using food to manage their stress and want to be in a safe, supportive group of women who understand the struggle. Includes an HRV personal sensor. The smaller group size means more time for individual, targeted coaching. 

Don't know which program is right for you?

Imagine a life with...

  • Less stress and more joy. 
  • Improved health and well-being.
  • Greater emotional balance.
  • Better decision making. 
  • Fewer looping thoughts.
  • Greater self-compassion.
  • Energy for the things you really love.

When you combine the incredible power of  brain science with practical skills and targeted support, you can rewire your nervous system and transform stress and anxiety.

Add in the principles of positive psychology and you can create lifelong habits of resilience , joy, and self-compassion.

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I am an Integrative Wellness Coach, Educator, and Trainer, not a psychotherapist. The tools and approaches I use are intended to help clients learn skills to manage their nervous systems and to support them in behavior change. Skill-building and coaching support can be an effective adjunct to other forms of treatment, but they are not a substitute for appropriate medical or mental health care.