I want to inspire you to become who you are meant to be.
If there’s someone who knows first-hand about struggling and surviving, it’s me.
During the 2008 recession, I was laid off from a job in a prominent law firm. Two years later, at 30, I changed my career from law to psychology.
I was a single mom with a 3 year old daughter, juggling 2 part-time jobs, an internship and a full-time Masters Program. But it all paid off when I graduated with a Master’s in Mental Health counseling, and honors from The International Honor Society of Psychology “Psi-Chi.”
I worked as a mental health counselor at a substance abuse clinic, until I got laid off again in 2014. This was it. I had enough! I decided to jump into the driver’s seat of my destiny.
So Instead of signing up for government unemployment assistance, I joined a program called the Self Employment Assistance Program. One year later, I incorporated myself in New York & begun to bootstrap my business. When my life took a turn for the worst, I relocated from New York to Florida with my daughter for a fresh start.
I had no job, no apartment, and only two suitcases. I had to start over and rebuild my life... Again.
I incorporated myself in Florida, and had a grand re-launch of my business on stage at a women’s conference in New Orleans.
I often felt defeated, scared and overwhelmed. I often thought of quitting, but I never did. Why?
Because I knew that now, for the first time in my life, I was on the right track to answering my calling.
My work fulfills and excites me—no matter how many challenges come up. I keep drawing up vision boards and journaling my dreams until they materialize.
In addition to a thriving online therapy and coaching practice, I’m invited to write, speak and facilitate workshops on mental health, personal development, wellness in the workplace, career growth and business mindset.
I still can’t picture myself doing anything else for the rest of life!!!
And now, I’m here to help you do what I did. Conquer your calling in life—while minimizing the anxiety, doubt, and heartache.