An online education and coaching company dedicated to building a new era of ambitious Christian moms into healed and balanced powerhouses.
You don't have to fear messing up by accidentally recreating your childhood.
You do have to believe that you have the power to reshape the narrative of what it means to be a mom in your family.
Your children will not share your childhood wound story when you do. How do I know?
Because you're here.
And I'm gonna support you through it.
When moms heal, generations shift.
I fulfilled my childhood dream of being a Therapist and spent the first decade of my career doing trauma therapy for thousands of people. They all had one thing in common - a deep wound from a parent.
After having my girls, thirteen months apart might I add, I got a God-nudge to start creating content and open a private practice to help moms overcome anxiety. I noticed another pattern - 90% of them had a childhood wound from a parent.
Having gone through my own healing journey from childhood wounds, I absolutely know how hard it is to parent your children while reparenting yourself.
I combined my experience with my knowledge and filled the mom industry gap with what I needed:
That speaks to YOU the human, not just your role as a mom, and provides the clear, concise, and evidenced-based solutions for change - forreal this time.
That's worth the double take and notification alerts because it goes beyond the surface-level "it's a trauma response" or self-care advice.
Full of moms who are determined to heal from their hurts in childhood (and beyond) so their children won't have to heal from theirs.
Licensed Professional Counselor
My Credentials So You Know It's Real
Texas Board of Behavioral Health
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Certified
Medical University of South Carolina
Perinatal Mental Health Provider - Trained
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) - Trained
Institute for Creative Mindfulness
Masters of Arts in Counseling
Dallas Baptist University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
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I know you're use to silent solutions. You know, scrolling through Pinterest, Ig, blogs, and YouTube for answers.
And I get it.
Asking for help, especially when you've been conditioned to be the peace-keeper, is a hard thing to do.
But trust that there's so much more on the other side of your vulnerability about how you *really* feel about your life.