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Beliefs and Philosophies:

Since coaching is such personal work, I’d like to let you know a little about me and how I see the world. The following expresses some important parts of who I am and what I believe:
  • I believe that every experience in life, the good and the bad, can teach us something of value if we are open to it. In my hard times, I remind myself that “everything is learning.”
  • I believe that every person is created for a positive purpose and is deeply loved by a Creator who knows us by name.
  • I feel fulfilled when I help others.
  • I believe that investing in people is always a good use of time and resources.
  • I love families, and I think we make a better world when we make stronger families.
  • I believe that with the right tools and support, we can each handle whatever life hands us.
I met my husband in college and we have been married since 1995. Together we are enjoying raising our two school-aged sons in Aurora, CO. I was a full-time stay-at-home mom for nine years, until our youngest son started kindergarten.
Volunteering is an important part of my life—some of my activities include serving at my church by providing training for the women’s mentoring program, serving as a Care Specialist, and substituting as a mentor for at-risk elementary students through Kids Hope USA. In addition, I co-teach a premarital/early marriage class at my church and have been previously involved in Stephen Ministry, a program that provides listening and support for people in crisis.


Credentials and Training:

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  • Bachelor of Science, Psychology – Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, 1995
  • Coaches Training Institute, Denver, CO 2006
  • Trained Facilitator of Prepare-Enrich Program for premarital or married couples, Denver Seminary, 2007
  • Trained Facilitator of Parenting with Love and Logic curriculum, 2008
  • Toastmasters Speaker Training, 2008-2009
  • Trained Stephen Minister, Eastern Hills Community Church, 2010
  • Certified in temperament coaching by Dr. Ray Lincoln, 2011