You made it over to the about page, so I’m guessing you want to know more about me than what’s in that sidebar intro.
The real me is wonderfully flawed, sometimes bossy (especially in my kitchen), a survivor of abuse and dysfunction (familial and personal), often much too serious and eagerly intense – but I love to laugh, and I make a point to do so every single day. I’m incredibly grateful for all that the Creator gives, and for the learning I receive through any and all experiences in my life.
I’m a Certified Professional Coach, and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). I’ve a Master’s Degree in Collaborative Educational Leadership, and undergraduate degree in Psychology.
I’m a domestic violence, abuse and assault advocate with a social work and mental health work background. And I’m currently going back to school yet again, to become a professional licensed counselor.
And at my heart, I’m a teacher of all sorts – facilitating learning, growing and healing. Teaching courses, designing professional development seminars, and leading personal development workshops all bring me to life.
Through it all, my focus in work and education has always been on building people up, helping people cope and communicate, and appreciating the diversity we each bring to the table of thought.
I look forward to learning about you!