You’ve probably heard of PTSD, but have you heard of Post Traumatic Growth?

Scientists have now discovered that loss can actually be a catalyst for growth and a source of resilience and strength. Multiple studies have proven even severe trauma and loss can inspire people to grow, evolve, and create lives that are strengthened by their experiences.

What does that mean for you?

Your husband’s death doesn’t have to limit your happiness.

As a Master Certified Life Coach, grief expert, widow and mom, I offer a proven process, grounded in the cognitive science of Post Traumatic Growth, to help you uncover what’s holding you back and create a future you can actually look forward to.

If I hadn’t done it myself, I probably wouldn’t believe it was possible.

I was only 40 when my husband died and didn’t know anyone else my age who had gone through something like this.

I had a community of friends who wanted to help but no one who really understood.

Fortunately, my clients have me.

Many of my them are frustrated with the amount of money they’ve spent on therapy and think they should be farther along than they are, or that wherever they have gotten is as far as they can get. They think feeling sad and resigned is their “new normal” – forever.

While therapy is a great start and a useful way to process trauma and feel heard, the techniques I offer through life coaching do something therapy often doesn’t: they teach you how to move forward into a life you can actually enjoy. Working with me will show you how to use what happened to lift you up, instead of bringing you down.

Worried you can’t – or maybe shouldn’t – change how you feel? I help my clients overcome the natural self-doubt and unique challenges they experience trying to navigate life alone, parenting solo, making decisions on their own, feeling overwhelmed and worried about their future.

With me as your coach, you’ll become confident in your parenting, knowing you’re raising resilient, independent children. You’ll be certain of your ability to make any kind of decision on your own and empowered to create anything you want. Your relationships with others will seem easier because you’ll know exactly why they aren’t working and what to do about it. Whether you’re dating again or contemplating it, you’ll know you can be happy either way. We will have examined every area of your life and you’ll be stronger, bolder and more self-assured than ever before.

You’re a great fit if:

  • You’re functioning at a basic level: If you worked, you have returned to the office; you’re not spending all day in bed; you probably look normal to other people who don’t know you well.
  • Even though people might say you’re doing great, you still feel hollow or empty inside.
  • You’re looking for tools beyond what you may have received in therapy.
  • You’re excited at the idea of creating a future you can look forward to, even if you’re not sure you believe it’s possible.