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If I were to summarize what defines me, it's my insatiable desire to help othersI am driven to help survivors of abuse find their joy and reclaim their lives because I, myself, am a survivor. After being the victim of a violent relationship, and meeting so many others who had faced similar trials, I realized just how much pain people live with and sought to free both myself and others from this. 

I’ve made it my passion and purpose to help you live a life filled with joy, where you transform hardship into fuel for your dreams, find all the love and support you desire, and live peacefully. No matter what you have suffered through at the hands of others, you deserve amazingness

Joy can seem out of reach, but I believe it is possible for everyone to find.

I understand firsthand the struggle to reclaim your life after trauma. I've been in that place where I could cope, but didn't think I could ever really be happy. I would just get through each day, but not really live. Through some hard work, I was able to realize that just coping wasn't all I could have. I could have so much more happiness than the bare minimum needed to survive. 

Sharing this message with other survivors and people with invisible illnesses is something I'm compelled to do, because it's such a hopeful message and it's so true. I know, and I recognize, that joy can seem far away. That's why I'm here: to help it become a real, tangible, part of your life.

The greatest lesson I learned was realizing that life doesn't have to be perfect to feel wonderful. I still have PTSD and I still remember my hardship, but I'm joyous too. With self-forgiveness, passion, hope, and resilience, all the room exists for this happiness to be present in life.

Despite the hardship, I lead my life with love.

Love, in my understanding, is the foundation for joy. I lead my coaching with this love. Empathy, intuition, and deeply engaged listening allow me to get to the core of what is preventing your life from being joyous. Then I passionately help you problem solve and break down these barriers. It's this deep compassion that allows me to see your soul and free you; this loving understanding is what leads my practice. And don't worry, you don't have to blindly trust my words. You can find out right here, through a free session, just how powerful this compassion is.

I'm also passionate about helping marginalized individuals. As a transgender and disabled individual, I know firsthand how society can knock us down because of our identities, making it harder to live our purpose or afford the opportunities we need. For every client I work with, I add to a fund to provide a completely free six-month package of coaching to someone who has the dreams, but not the finances, allowing them to chase down their joy. (P.S. If you'd like to learn about this, click here!).

Love has no end. When we act with compassion, this ripples infinitely from us. For this very reason, I know each client I work with can and will change the world with their joy. It's this amazing never-ending growth that creates such a deep gratitude and humility, driving my practice.

I see your potential. I see your light.

It's my firm belief that every single person in this world is infinite and capable of living a fulfilling and joyous life. If I didn't believe this with every fiber of my being, I wouldn't be here.

I used to think trauma had limited how far I could go in my life. Now I see just how false that is and I want to assure you that you are not limited.

Through my coaching, blog, or speaking engagements, let's release your potential. Let's uncover your joy.

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I've explained why I do this powerful work, but now I want to show you just how quickly you can change your life and wake up each day with joy, passion, and freedom. Join me for a free session!

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