I work with congenital heart patients and organ transplant patients, encouraging joy.
I was born with congenital heart defects and spent all of my life in and out of the hospital. Throughout my tribulations, I was able to graduate from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work and go on to graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master's of Arts in Biblical Counseling. I am now a Certified Professional Coach. It is my desire to help others live with joy and courage in the midst of any circumstances. I long to see others in extenuating circumstances be able to make their dreams and goals come true one step at a time!
I work with congenital heart patients and organ transplant patients and their families to ensure they are able to have a better quality of life. I help with communication with doctors, medication organization, identity, relationships, and much more.
My hope is that each client will learn to find joy in the midst of any circumstances, They will work to meet their goals and will see accomplishments. Communication will be developed between them and their medical staff or other important people in their lives. They will be able to have more control over their own life and healthcare.
First, I send an intake forms which I like to have completed before the first session. I work with clients on a weekly or every other week schedule for 6 weeks to 3 month at which point the coaching and their goals will be re-evaluated. Coaching will then be adjusted to meet their needs at that time.
Please feel free to visit my shop to see the details of my offerings.
I work with individuals to help them see their goals come be met.
I work with individuals and groups through internet conferences.
I work with groups to share their experiences.
After graduating with my Masters in Biblical Counseling, I began working in private practice as a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern. I worked with all types of people from age 3 up and with various concerns. I became ill again and had to stop working. After several procedures and a stroke, I was told that I would need a heart transplant. I received a new heart on May 21, 2013. Through this experience I learned to depend on God to provide for me and that I could have joy in the midst of any circumstance!
Fees: from $1 to $100
I work as a non-profit, Twice Loved Heart, so we ask for a $100/hr donation but work with any budget.
Read verified client reviews from real customers.
There are no customers reviews yet.
Let others know what you think about this coach by submitting a review.
|5 stars (Highest rating)|
|1 star (Lowest rating)|