I can’t thank you enough for stopping by. Here’s a little bit about myself before we dive into my life coaching practice.
I come from a small Texas town called Midlothian.
Never heard of it? Neither have most people. It is fairly close to Dallas, so I always say I am from Dallas.
In college, I became fascinated by psychology. So much so, that I stuck it out and finished my Bachelor of Science in psychology in May of 2015.
Psychology connects the individual to his or her behaviors, relationships, goals, etc. and I am intrigued by our individual histories, motivations, the choices we make and how all of the components of the self work together.
I always knew I’d end up working with people in one form or fashion, but after a few years in the work force I knew pretty quickly I wanted to work for myself. In April of 2016, I decided to take my passion for the social sciences to another level and receive my certification in life coaching through the Life Coaching Institute of America.
Along with my degree, my life coaching certification has taught me how to incorporate my fascination of the individual with an engaging client-centered approach to facilitate change. I believe that that most people already know the answers to the questions they seek. Whatever potential or motivation we currently possess simply needs to be accessed. Life coaching provides a space in which the individual can feel secure and listened to as they make personal decisions.
In early 2016, Mine Space was launched to help individuals with organization in their homes and businesses. Now, Mine Space aims to guide individuals in managing their personal lives.
Because I am a young woman, I feel that I would be most useful to women of my age, but if you think I’m the girl for the job please don’t hesitate to contact me via the contact form or by email at email@example.com.
Wherever you find yourself, know that there are boundless resources out there. Check out my resources page for further information.