My curriculum centers around these core concepts: 1) people are needs-based and every action/thought is toward getting a need met, 2) we are at choice in how we frame and respond, 3) our bodies are our foundation, 4) we thrive through purposeful, intentional living, 5) forgiveness and gratitude heal us, 6) communication from the inside out is achieved through compassionate, curiosity-driven empathy for self and others, and 7) we each have unique experiences, perspectives, ideas, and passions to contribute. This centers around being in emotional attunement with oneself and others, the belief that people are reasonable (they do things for reasons), and we are all doing the best we can in the moments we are in with the choices we see. My goal for myself and others is to expand our best to live more joyful, compassionate lives, balancing acceptance for what is and vision for what we can create. My voice in sharing these tools and concepts is one of the ways I work toward social justice, equitable access, diverse idea-sharing, and inclusion that feels safe for everyone.
I facilitate groups large and small on topics personal and professional. My technique is interactive, including games, worksheets, individual and small group activities. I draw from current research in biology, psychology, sociology and philosophy.
I coach individuals and small groups with customized curriculum to enhance their personal and professional effectiveness. My curriculum is based upon a core philosophy of being at choice while acknowledging biology and systemic influences.
I coach individuals and facilitate groups to expand equity and enhance effectiveness. My curriculum addresses leadership techniques, iterative evaluations while navigating systemic changes and increasing individual efficacy.