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Liz's More: Grit & Grace
To make it to where you are in this exact moment, grit is a necessity. The grit that helps you survive, though, can create a heavy burden to carry. The mental and physical exhaustion are real, but quitting isn’t an option. You’ve got to keep tapping into that grit.
Nicole's More: Determination
I’m not an “mm-hmm” therapist. It’s very important that you feel you are growing and gaining from our sessions. We will brainstorm and come up with a plan to reach your goals. It’s not about me judging what I think is best for you, it’s about you discovering your best and me using my knowledge and experience to help you get there.
Allyn's More: Vulnerability
I feel the need to immediately defend vulnerability as not just weeping in your therapists’ office. To me, vulnerability is showing up as our real, true, genuine selves. And this is one hell of a risk.
Jenn's More: Resilience
It’s no secret that life doesn’t fight fair. At times, it can seem that nothing goes the way we really want it to, no matter how well we plan. Fortunately, we were built to adapt and recover quickly. It is our own resilience that dictates what happens next and not life’s quirkiness or unpredictability.
Amanda's More: Faith
The only thing that stands between a person and what they want from life is often the will to try it, and the faith to believe it's possible.
Hayley's More: Patience
Lisa Olivera inspired me when she stated, “Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work, does not mean you can, should, or need to do it alone.”
Lilly More: Create
“There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and will be lost.”
― Martha Graham
Maria's More: Courage
I consider myself to be a Cornerman (woman 😉). A cornerman in boxing is the support for the man in the arena. They help with physical protection before a match and during, knows the fighter well enough to provide coaching and encouragement during the match, and they also provide a safe space for the boxer between ro
Maria's More: Courage
I consider myself to be a Cornerman (woman 😉). A cornerman in boxing is the support for the man in the arena. They help with physical protection before a match and during, knows the fighter well enough to provide coaching and encouragement during the match, and they also provide a safe space for the boxer between rounds. It is my job to stand in your corner; to support, guide, encourage and give you a safe place to recover.
Mallory's More: Authenticity
Brene Brown stated, “Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen.”
Brandy's More: Hope
Even in the darkest of times hope can be found. There is always a reason to keep going! When your world is falling apart, and you feel that everything is stacked against you, a glimmer of hope can change your whole perspective.
Julia's More: Acceptance
Terry Tempest Williams stated, "We all have our secrets. I hold mine. To withhold words is power. But to share our words with
others, openly and honestly, is also power.”
Gilbert's More: Collaboration
Effective collaboration fosters hope and wellness. For me it is an adaptive motto that continues to cultivate confidence in helping others. Collaboration lets us zoom in on a problems with improved clarity while also focusing outward to see the causes.
Danielle's More: Openness
I value openness to new experiences, to different ways of thinking, to honest conversations, to more authentic ways of living.
Jasmine's More: Connection
“I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship.”
Jennifer's More: Truth
I probably don’t know you, but what I am most positive about is that your truth is that you are good. You would do things differently if you knew how to. You are looking for a way to do life
better. You are going to be okay. Your truth has nothing to do with whether or not your life looks like an Instagram picture.
Provide flexibility and support to meet the needs of our families and ourselves before anything else. We take care of ourselves so that we can take care of others.
LEAD WITH EMPATHY
Connect with people for the purpose of inspiring and empowering their lives. Build relationships grounded in integrity and authenticity even when it is difficult.
Individually and collectively, we support, motivate, and encourage through personal engagement. We must each be individually connected to create a strong community.