Life and Trauma Coach
for Latter-day Saint women
Life and Trauma Coach for
Latter-day Saint women
You are a righteous daughter of God.
Like the mothers of the stripling warriors, you know that if you do not doubt, God will deliver you. (Alma 56: 47-48)
Like Mary, your soul desires to magnify the Lord. (Luke 1:46)
Like Eve, you are courageous to move toward pain for the greater good. (Moses 5:11)
But you have been through a lot of heartache in your life and sometimes it holds you back.
But like Joseph Smith, “these things shall give you experience and be for your good.” (Doctrine & Covenants 122:7)
You just can’t see how yet.
I assure you, you can take your trials and use them for your good.
And like Joseph of the Old Testament , you have been on the receiving end of people meaning you evil, but the Lord means to make good come of it. (Genesis 50:20)
The work we do together helps you overcome your inner obstacles to endure this life well and become the highest version of yourself. When you know who you are, and embody her every day, it’s easier to do your work in the world, whatever form that takes.
Moses was called to deliver the Israelites out of an external bondage, and I feel called to help deliver the Daughters of Zion out of their own inner bondage.
You are in the right place. Our paths have crossed for a reason, and you, like Esther, were made for “such a time as this.” (Esther 4:14)
This is why I do this work.
I hope you’ll join me.
You are whole, though you may feel broken.
You are successful, though you may feel like a failure.
You are strong, though you may feel weak.
You are enough, though you may feel inadequate.
The Real Problem: Permission to be Yourself