It’s been a rough week, possibly even a rough month. Some clients claim it’s been a rough few years! I’m not about to debate what constitutes rough, but I will say there are a whole bunch of people out there under a whole lot of stress. Some days there is no way around it, but there is always a way to handle it.
Ugh, another thing for my to do list. Maybe. The problem is that if you don’t deal with it, it accumulates in your body and that’s how a rough day can turn into a rough year. There’s [...]
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a morning person. I’ll always opt for the snooze alarm if possible. After hitting the snooze alarm, what’s next? Clients come to me saying they have no energy because they use it up all day every day at their jobs. When we talk about their day, I find most of them start their days the same. They wake up, rush to get themselves ready, shove down a small amount of food, and head out the door.
I can say from personal experience that the snooze alarm syndrome and then the rush [...]
Our environment is a reflection of how we are operating in the world. All we need to do is to look around our environment to realize how overwhelmed we feel. There is always an urgent task that needs to get done and before we know it, the desk is full of papers, dishes are overflowing in the sink, and of course the laundry isn’t folded. For some people, that is just the home environment, there are more papers waiting on the desk at work.
I have never been great at organizing, but I could organize things just enough so I could [...]
How many times have you heard people say they perform best under pressure? In our society the idea that applying pressure to a situation will reap the best results is very prevalent. It’s such a part of our psyche that we do it subconsciously. For many of us it’s a part of life, basically second nature.
I’m not here to say whether our national obsession with pressure is right or wrong. However, I have noticed a significant pattern between my clients overall mental and physical well being and the amount of pressure they apply to themselves. It reminds me of a [...]
Laura was a gift from my daughter, literally. She thought the session would help me get through the barrage of interviews I had recently been on, but not getting the job. After years of therapy, books…
I’ve worked with Laura several times over the years on goal setting and not letting my fears and perfectionism get in my way. Most recently she helped me get through all the stuff that was keeping m…
You held a safe place and were a skilled guide as you lead me into my body and emotions. You were brilliant in getting me in touch with my inner superpowers to shift an old message of shame out of my …
Gail KennyTrinidad, CA
Laura is a warm, intelligent, and inventive coach who’s especially good at taking people to new levels… I’ve benefited from Laura’s coaching, and I’m betting you will too.
Martha Beck, PhDAuthor of Finding Your Own North Star, The Joy Diet, and O! Magazine Monthly Columnist
Laura is a naturally insightful and intuitive coach. She seemed to effortlessly tune into my issues and quickly help me navigate my way through things that were previously difficult for me. She helped…
Amazing what coaching can actually do to the mind. I described the invigorating feeling to my husband as “felt like someone has come and cleaned our house.” Funny analogy, but it certainly felt like I…
I admit that I was apprehensive to work with a coach at first, but once we got started that apprehension went right away. I am reminded with every session as to how intuitive, genuine, and intelligent…