My Coaching Story

Helping You Move Forward

Since 2017, I’ve been working as a certified *Life Coaching Professional who specializes in hypnotherapy helping people cope with their issues.

 

I coach my clients in a way that utilizes both their heads and their hearts.

 

I first learned about coaching when I hit a roadblock in my own life and was struggling to move past it.

 

The techniques I developed were so successful that friends and family began asking me for help with their own challenges.

This motivated me to turn my newfound passion into a full-time career.

If you have any questions about my methods or would like to schedule a consultation, please get in touch today.

 

*California Business and Professions Code 2053 requires that complementary and alternative health care providers make certain written disclosures to clients. If Hypnotherapists are deemed to be covered by this provision, they must make the required disclosures:

  1. A person who provides services pursuant to Section 2053.5 that are not unlawful under Section 2051 or 2052 shall, prior to providing those services, do the following:

    1. Disclose to the client in a written statement using plain language the following information:

      1. I am not a licensed physician.

      2. The treatment is alternative or complementary to healing arts services licensed by the state.

      3. The services to be provided are not licensed by the state.

      4. The nature of the services to be provided are for self-help in nature.

      5. The firm belief that everyone possesses the answers one seeks inside their own inner workings

      6. A Graduate of SWIHA (Southwest Institute of Healing Arts) with Certifications in  Life Coach and Hypnotherapy as an Integrative Healing Arts Practitioner.  I have over 25 years of Healthcare and Acute/Long-term Medical experience. Certified Hypnotherapist, Certified Life-Coach, Certified Nurse Assistant, Certified Medical Billing Supervisor, Coding Specialist and Health Information Management Consultant.

    2. Obtain a written acknowledgment from the client stating that he or she has been provided with the information described in paragraph (1). The client shall be provided with a copy of the written acknowledgment, which shall be maintained by the person providing the service for three years.

  2. The information required by subdivision (a) shall be provided in a language that the client understands.