About Me

I am a survivor of domestic violence from both my family of origin and a previous marriage. However, I am so much more. I am the sum total of all of my experiences and for that I am truly grateful.  What I have learned is we are stronger than we know, we are never truly alone and as long as we are open there is hope. As a result of all I have experienced, I have felt an insatiable need to help make a difference in the lives of others perhaps leaving the world a little better place than when I came in. 

I was in the Financial Services industry for 12 years before discovering this work didn't fill my heart. I left with three young children to explore my passion. I studied and became a Massage Therapist, Angelic Reiki Master, ThetaHealing Practitioner and Natural Health Counselor. In 2004, I opened my own business with the intent of treating the whole person; mind, body and spirit. 

Although I studied psychology, I was less interested in re-visiting the why's of past. What  I wanted more was to empower people who wanted to change their lives from the present and into the future living every day doing what they are most passionate about. I found that fit for my passion when I studied at iPEC and became a Certified Professional Empowerment Coach and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner.  In order to further help others, I decided to write about my own journey through domestic violence and published the book, "In the Spirit of Hope". I am also the author of "Daily Reflections for the Awakening Soul", sharing inspiring daily messages for those who are wanting to change their lives in a positive way and "Reclaim your Voice, Step into your Power and Remember How to Dream", a workbook for a personal journey toward enlightenment and hope. 

I am living the life of my dreams and feel passionate about the work I do in assisting others to discover the same within themselves.  Every day presents an opportunity to live the life you deserve and in working with others, I am lucky enough to witness that journey as their path become illuminated one step at a time. 

 


I'm not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become.
~Carl Jung~