Anna’s personal mission statement is to “facilitate growth so that personal power is restored”. She has followed that mantra throughout her professional career, from counseling and advocating for survivors of trauma in domestic violence and sexual assault centers to working with c-suite executives in Fortune 500 organizations. She has been a whitewater rafting and dogsledding guide and a wilderness therapy counselor. She has helped start non-profits, designed retreats and workshops for professionals, and coached teens and adults alike around the world. She uses her background in trauma, her Master's in the Psychology of Leadership, and her Whole Person coaching training to help facilitate growth by using a client-centered approach. She believes that true learning comes only when people make their own connections. Anna specializes in coaching aimed at restoring personal power and moving forward after trauma. She also offers professional coaching/consulting packages aimed at helping leaders move forward in their professional careers.
See how our difference can help you to make yours...
Feroshia Knight is the author of Become the Successful Coach You Are Meant to Be, as well as countless coach training manuals and trade articles. Vibrant, enthusiastic and highly inventive, she is also the proud creator of Whole Person Coaching (WPC) – the most effective way to craft holistic, sustainable outcomes
in every aspect of life.
Feroshia’s mission is to help others find their own way. So, for the past three decades, she has leveraged WPC along with her abilities to sense and unmask the most obscure stopping blocks in individuals and businesses alike. A playful yet compassionate nature allows her to reveal deeper truths, creating a safe space for self-exploration and revelation.
As a coach, speaker, educator, and all-around illuminator of human potential (yes, it’s as much fun as it sounds like!), Feroshia has helped thousands achieve their ideal future as powerful, innovative beings. When she isn’t doing that, she’s probably singing, dancing or walking the pups… usually all three, if we’re being honest.