If you’re feeling burned out, overwhelmed, or exhausted – you’re not alone.
As we move through life, we often need to re-learn how to care for ourselves.
We provide self-awareness support based on #MentalRESET and an holistic approach prevention to individuals as well as teams and organizations.
Our RTP program is performed through an 8-week program followed by six months of intensive personal coaching and life-long support.
Our Vision For You
Let's get you to:
Become more aware of how you see yourself
Decrease stress, anxiety and overwhelm
How to Help others without draining yourself
Feel effective and fulfilled at home and at work
Understand the core issues of self-esteem for long-term positive change
Use self-care as a tool to increase productivity, creativity, and quality of care
Our programs are guides to overcome self-doubt and to harness the power in order to manifest abundant, authentic and purposeful lives.
We take a holistic and person-centered approach to self-awareness, acknowledging that self-awareness is multidimensional with personal, professional, and cultural implications.
So how does this play a vital role with domestic violence victims, recovering drug addictions and mental health wellness?
Self-awareness involves both your personal and professional life. We define self-awareness as caring for yourself in your personal and professional roles with compassionate action and mentality. Your self-awareness impacts the people you care about and the quality of your work, which makes self-awareness both a professional and personal responsibility.
This means self-awareness is not a luxury and not just what you do in your free time. Self-awareness is a compassionate choice to do what is best for you, which is not always the same thing as what’s easiest or most relaxing to do. Sometimes making a compassionate choice means doing hard things like saying no, setting boundaries, or breaking old patterns. Self-awareness is also not just about behavior and the things we do but also involves our mindset, self-talk, and attitude towards ourselves.
It’s also important to note here that we are not against hard work. Making time for self-awareness doesn’t mean you’re not working hard and working hard doesn’t necessarily mean you’re not practicing self-awareness. Self-awareness and work can co-exist.
We respect self-awareness in regards to individual preferences, beliefs, culture, and work setting. There’s no universal self-awareness plan that works for everyone. To be effective, self-awareness needs to be tailored to the individual. What self-awareness is for one person might not be self-awareness for another person.
We view self-awareness as a learnable skill that can be developed. Self-awareness is a practice that needs to constantly evolve with your life and your work. There will naturally be times in life when self-awareness is difficult to practice, and these fluctuations can be normal. However, a chronic lack of self-awareness can indicate deeper issues to address.
We approach self-awareness through the lens of progress and exploration. We don’t aim to achieve a perfect self-awareness practice or to maintain a perfect work/life balance. Rather, we believe in using self-awareness as a tool to learn about yourself and to support living a life that’s meaningful to you.
To treat everyone with respect, love and compassion using my experiences, gifts and talents to improve the lives of others in the area of self-worth and the wealth of women around the world.