Managing Emotions in Times of Uncertainty & Stress - offered by Yale, Transformation Coach - Health Coach Institute, Life Coach - Health Coach Institute, Health Coach - Health Coach Institute
Individuals, Couples, Parents, Youth, Executives, Leaders
I SERVE THROUGH:
Coaching, Training/Facilitation, Online Courses
AREAS I SERVE IN:
Awareness, Emotional Regulation, Communication Skills, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Anxiety and Stress Management, Growth Mindset, Mindfulness, Holistic (mind, body, spirit), Behavioral Management, Employee Engagement, Listening Skills, Meditation, Self-esteem
Life, Leadership & Connection Coach
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As a child, I was the middle of five girls with an abusive alcoholic father. Life was always hectic, and anger/rage was the status quo. It wasn’t until after college where I started to self-reflect on what relationships were, how they felt, and more importantly – why they didn’t last. There was one common denominator – me. So that’s where my hyper-focus on mental wellbeing and emotional regulation started.
Health & wellbeing has always been at the core of who I am. I managed corporate fitness centers for ~10-years; Kraft Heinz, Astellas Pharma, and Motorola Solutions. All to find out that most employees feel underappreciated, misunderstood, and resentful. Yet the primary focus to fix it all was going to the gym to ‘run’ it off or ‘work it out’ which never showed success due to the level of disconnect within the activity.
As a self-motivated, highly-driven, analytical, empathic, introvert – it pains me to see people feeling defeated. Whether it’s about weight loss, lacking confidence for a job promotion, or even courage to navigate through conflict and create intimacy. There is a major deficit in today’s world when it comes to a sense of belonging and what it feels like to be satisfied/fulfilled. The way we change/upgrade that is by enhancing our emotional intelligence.
Realize that now, in this moment of time, you are creating. You are creating your next moment based on what you are feeling and thinking. That is what’s real. — Doc Childre