Mind Over Matters

Professional Wellness Coaching

We will navigate to find the sources of stress, anxiety, and low-grade depression and work together to build progress towards the accomplishments you seek to improve your professional development and career trajectory.

Specific focus areas include:
  • Burnout¬†
  • Bullying from leadership
  • Unfair treatment (systemic issues, office politics, promotion pass over, etc.)
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Anger and unforgiveness

Personal Wellness Coaching

We will navigate to find the sources of stress, anxiety, and low-grade depression and work together to build progress towards the accomplishments you seek to improve your personal experiences and heal from trauma that limit your productivity.
Specific focus areas include:
  • Narcissistic abuse
  • Dysfunctional family cycles
  • Divorced and co-parenting issues
  • Blended family dynamics
  • Guilt and shame

Frequently asked questions from clients:

No. Services are private pay which allow 1.) full and special attention for each client’s needs, and 2.) low overhead cost savings to be passed along to the client.

However, some insurance companies offer wellness allowances that may be used toward our services. Contact your insurance provider for confirmation. If applicable, follow the protocol from your insurance provider (i.e. submit your receipt for reimbursement).

No. Medication is not prescribed through our services.

Yes. We do educate on and suggest supplements, along with physical and nutritional changes to implement in your daily routine. You may need to contact your physician before implementation.

A standard method is not effective for every person. We use methods that provide relief for your specific circumstances.

Supplements are dependent upon the type of issues you are experiencing. 

Although all coaching sessions are virtual until further notice, you will receive the same care and attention as an in-person session. Sessions are hosted in a safe space. It is the client’s responsibility to ensure privacy on his or her end.

No. We will not share any information discussed in sessions, unless a completed Request for Permission of Information form is on file.

However, we are required to provide information if legally requested by a court or legal counsel, or in the case of duty to harm or protect.