Are You Thriving?
The clinical requirements determining life or death are the existence of a beating heart and oxygen circulating through our lungs.
How do you want to experience your life? Do you want to be clinically alive or do you want to be THRIVING?
I believe connection is the key to a whole-hearted, thriving existence. It's a basic need next to the air we breathe and the beating of our hearts.
Our need to connect is so important we often compromise the true essence of who we are and how we allow ourselves to be seen by others. We do this to fit in, to stay connected. However, in doing so, many of us lose our true selves and then we fail to thrive.
My passion and purpose as a coach is to guide you on the journey of reawakening, reviving, and evolving you!
The foundation of every relationship you have with family & friends, career, food, health, money, sex, environment, creativity and your higher self is created from your internal relationship with you. To be fully alive, thriving, and connected with others (even God/Source/Universe), one must make the relationship to self the most important element in your life. Your wants, dreams, and desires matter. When they are fully embraced and expressed, you are a gift to the world.
If you're ready to take that journey, I'd love to be your guide in a life-changing transformation.
Jasmyne’s main focus as a coach is to assist teens who may need additional guidance, support, and mentorship in order to help them build self-confidence, shift stuck energy and negative self-talk, embrace and accept themselves for who they are, and move towards positive change and activities in their lives. Coaching and Mentoring sessions happen via phone or Zoom, so she is able to serve youth wherever they may live. She is a Certified Professional Coach, trained in the Whole Person Coaching method, through ICF accredited Coach Training World. She currently works at Empower Coaching and Training as a Life Coach for youth and adults as well as facilitating soft skills workshops for youth. She brings over 13 years’ experience as an educator and advisor in both High School and College settings where she has taught and advised youth and adults. Previous to her work with Empower, she spent 10 years serving as an Instructor and Advisor for the Adult Basic Skills/GED program at Rogue Community College where she assisted students in moving forward on their educational pathways, moving past barriers, and achieving their goals. Prior to that she worked for 3 years as a Dance Instructor and Dance Team Coach at Florence High School in Arizona. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education and has been trained as a Council facilitator. She has been a volunteer mentor with Rogue Valley Mentoring assisting with circle facilitation at the Middle School level as well as helping to facilitate restorative justice circles for teen girls exiting the VAYA (Victim Assistance Youth Accountability) program. She is the founder of Guided Passages, LLC, which offers Circles, Rites of Passage trips, and Coaching and Mentoring for youth in Southern Oregon. Guided Passages weaves mentorship and coaching with earth-based practices, circle work and ritual in order to support youth through their middle school and high school years and to help them mark transitions along the way.
Michelle J. Dyett-Welcome is a Certified Trauma-Informed coach. She is also a Certified APSATS Partner and Betrayal Trauma Religious Leader Coach. She is an IPEC CPC, ELI-MP, COR.E Transitions, Wellness, Leadership, and Performance Specialist. She is also a Trauma-Sensitive HeartMath® Certified Practitioner, HeartMath® Certified Clinical Coach Practitioner in Stress, Anxiety, and Self-Regulation.
She is trained in the Minwalla CASRD and Trauma Model Level 1. She Completed Level 1 & 2 Training in the Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Emotional Coaching (Gottman), Couples & Addiction Recovery (Gottman Method).
Coaching is about energy. The energy of my client(s) and my energy as the coach. When it comes down to it, all the certifications and qualifications don’t matter if the energy is not quite right. If the energetic connection is off. This is one of the reasons that I have embraced an eclectic coaching approach.
I am Certified Practitioner in Advanced Ho'oponopono, Ancestral Healing, Color Therapy, Crystal Healing, and Bach Flowers. I am also a Positive Prime Professional and am a Level 3 Kasàlà Trainer.
I believe that there are many ways to help clients achieve their vision for their lives. Vision manifestation is a creative process. It requires out of the box exploration. Once my clients are willing to explore, open to challenge, and are curious to discover we embark on an adventure into the unknown that is under girded by trauma-informed safety.
On a personal note, I am the author of several books including I Give Myself Permission to . . ., I am Loved, Lovable & Loving; I am Powerful, Respected & Supported, and Transitioning into Fullness. I am a wife and mother of two sons and I live in NYC.
Type of coaching Trauma-Informed, Betrayal Trauma, Transitional, Energy & Holistic Coaching
Do you have a creative vision but don't know how to effectively bring it to life or set it up so that it can support your life?
Then working with an innovative creativity coach and consultant might be the right move for you.
I help creative individuals like yourself build processes and systems to have more consistency and efficiency with producing your artwork.
Together we'll develop a custom-made system that allows you to manifest your visions in a way that not only aligns with your desired lifestyle but will also allow you to live off of your passions in a way that doesn't tarnish them or yourself.
I'm not selling some application or cookie-cutter method to you. I'm bringing two creative minds together to design the life of your dreams.
I am the founder of HER, Studio of Coaching. At HER, Studio of Coaching, we promote self -care through mentorship and coaching sessions. Our motivation is helping others Heal, Evolve and Restore; according to their desires, in Heath and Beauty Wellness. Our sessions are designed for individuals to heal from unhealthy behaviors and patterns, evolve throughout the challenge of change, while restoring a new perspective of life. With my expertise, it’s my pleasure to deliver this unique and fulfilling experience.
New Paltz, NY 12561
Alchemy Behavioral Health Coaching is a creative partnership that helps you understand the connections between behavior, mind, body, and spirit in order to maximize potential and transform your experiences into something new.
Courtney utilizes a multi-faceted approach to promoting mindful wellbeing in everyday life: individual coaching, group learning experiences, meditation mentorship, and the Pragmatic Alchemy podcast (available wherever you get your podcasts!). Her work sits at the intersections of positive psychology, CBT approaches, and mindfulness. She is happy to offer in person and remote coaching services. Her group offerings include private workshops as well as partnerships with local business and community organizations and educational institutions.
Courtney also serves as an adjunct instructor in the CACREP accredited Counselor Education program at SUNY New Paltz. She has been teaching undergraduate and graduate level students in the fields of psychology and counseling since 2012 at several regional institutions, including Mount Saint Mary College and Long Island University’s Hudson campus.
Courtney earned her master’s degree in Counseling from Pace University (Pleasantville, NY) in 2007 and is a Board Certified Coach. She also holds a certification as a meditation instructor in the Vipassana tradition.
Courtney lives with her family in the foothills of the Shawangunk Mountains, in the Hudson Valley region of New York.
CPC, WPCC, ICF ACC, Trauma Informed Certification
My journey to becoming a successful Polyamory and Ethical Non-Monogamy Life and Relationship Coach, began with my own personal exploration of liberating myself from traditional structures of identity and love.
Growing up in the Midwest, in a very conservative, hetero/cis white community, I was always afraid of my desires, and often confused about my identity. Because there were no examples available to me, I defaulted to an identity of straight cis girl, because that was what was expected. It wasn’t until I was grown and several years into a rocky marriage that I finally faced my truth. I had fallen in love with a woman. I was nervous to confess my desire to my then husband, but I knew that it was crucial that I did. He and I learned the hard way that hiding and denying desire can lead to destruction. Our path to recovery from his infidelity lead us to deeper communication about our urges, our fears, and ourselves. What we were discovering is that we both identified with a desire to be intimate with more than one person. So when I met this woman, I proposed what seemed like an insane idea at that time. What if we all were together? A triad. I had never even heard the word polyamorous, or knew structures like that actually existed, but my gut was telling me I wanted this, and they did too.
The reason I am so passionate about what I do, is because when I was coming to terms with my poly, queer, gender-fluid identity, there wasn’t much besides a few books. I tried traditional therapy, but their education was primarily rooted in monogamy, and even if they were familiar with non-monogamy, none of them had lived experience, or personally identified with polyamory. I felt alone, and made a million mistakes along my journey. I realized then that I wanted to take the lessons I had learned and formally educate myself so that I could be in service of others. No one should feel alone, and the particular adventure from monogamy to non-monogamy and/or polyamory can be a challenge. Facing possessiveness, insecure attachments, and even coming out to family and friends can be traumatic.
I am an advocate for your journey. I focus on strengthening the self first, so that you may build from there a place of secure attachment to your partner or partners.
I am happy to say, my then husband, is now one of two primary partners in my life. I love deeply and I am at peace. I am kitchen table poly, and our constellation of chosen family, lovers and partners continues to grow and embrace one another. I am grateful for my mistakes, and all the struggles, because it led me to my most authentic self. That is what I hope for you as well.
If you are ready to face yourself and your real truth, even if you’re not sure exactly what that is yet, then I am the coach for you.
What You Get When You Coach With Me…
-60 Min TELEHEALTH SESSION
-WHOLE PERSON COACHING METHOD
-GOAL SETTING AND FOLLOW THROUGH
-CORE VALUES ASSESSMENT AND ACTION STEPS
-INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION
-BODY SCAN AWARENESS
-INTODUCTION TO ATTACHMENT THEORY
-COMMUNICATION STYLES AND TOOLS
-THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND FIGHT/FLIGHT/FREEZE/FAWN
-THE WINDOW OF TOLERANCE AND TRIGGER RESPONSE
-BOUNDARY SETTING AND NEEDS ASSESMENT
-TRAUMA INFORMED COACHING
-INNER RELATIONSHIP FOCUSING TECHNIQUES
-JEALOUSY EXPLORATION EXERCISES
-And so much more!
SPECIALTIES: SEX POSITIVITY, LGBTQIA, NON-MONOGAMY/POLYAMORY
After a rewarding career working for non-profits serving at-risk and homeless youth and families, Caryn launched Grateful Mali Coaching to bring the holistic approach of Whole Person Life Coaching directly to people who need it the most.
Caryn practices Whole Person Life Coach and Trauma-Informed Coaching techniques to help her clients strengthen their EQ, experience sustainable changes, and create a life with more purpose and soul.
Ready to feel more empowered, centered, and living in alignment with your highest values? Schedule a time to learn more.
Cory Rusin is a trauma-informed coach and PhD level purpose in life researcher. She combines her academic work & personal development tools to offer you a practical toolbox for developing your purpose and confidently embarking on the next chapter of your life.
Educational Background & Certifications:
2022, Trauma-Informed Coaching Certification, Coach Training World
2017 - Present, Community Research & Action PhD (dissertation research focused on purpose in life), Binghamton University
2016, 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga Body Shop
2015, Master of General Psychology, Adelphi University
2014, BA in Psychology, SUNY College at Oneonta