For many years, I have been on a journey, one that I did not even know I was on or where it would lead me.
I worked at a job that for years I loved ….until I didn’t. It came to the point where it no longer served me. There was no joy in it but instead frustration and unhappiness. I stayed too long because of fear and worry. I decided to leave because the cost to me was too much. I left a different person from when I began. I needed help to find the me I had lost. I turned to a trusted friend who recommended a life coach. I had never been to one before and had no idea what to expect. It was the best thing I have ever done for myself. The work we did together was amazing. I found what I had lost in myself, found a different way to look at things in life, to see everything as an opportunity. Working with her lead me to find my purpose.
In addition I have struggled with my weight for a long time. I would lose some, only to gain it back. I always had the hope that with every new diet book, nutritional guide or weight loss program, this would be it. That by some magic by possessing the knowledge I would have the body I wanted.
I found the training I took at The Institute for the Psychology of Eating totally by chance. The more I learned about it, the more it resonated deep within me. It married practices I had learned though my own coaching process with concepts that gave me the tools to deal with my long time struggle with dieting. I have come out the other side feeling more at peace with who I am, my relationship with food and my own body.
I took the training not only to be a gift to myself but also a gift to others. I want to share what I have learned and guide others to their own insights and the lifting of their struggles.
The journey has lead me here, to do this important work. My journey continues. Allow me to help you with your own journey and let’s see where it takes us.