A word about me…
Trauma stemming from abuse is a daunting thing. For years, I sat in weekly sessions with either a counselor or a psychiatrist. While many benefits greatly from this type of service, I found that it did not serve me well.
Once I began to delve into Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), I became enamored. I applied what I was learning to my own life and began the healing process.
After reaping the benefits myself, I went on to gain my accreditations in both CBT and Professional Life Coaching. I then received my certification in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
You may be familiar with the phrase, “Hurt people hurt people.” May I suggest another phrase? “Served people serve people.”
As a woman, I know firsthand how emotionally devastating traumatic events can be. As a justice advocate who either speaks with or corresponds with those who are or have been incarcerated and their loved ones daily, I am aware of what takes place within our correctional facilities.
It is my goal to help those struggling emotionally through the insight I have gained through my studies. As we heal emotionally, we move toward achieving our goals.