It has the potential to improve.

But there are moments when we must battle for it.

Develop resiliency. Boost your recovery.

If you've come this far, you've undoubtedly been through a lot. Some may attribute it to trauma, others to adversity, and yet others to bad luck. I'd want to teach you some easy methods that have greatly aided my own recovery from codependency, bad habits, the death of my best friend, and a variety of other difficult situations. I've had the privilege of sharing some of these insights and tools with thousands of teenagers and working parents, and I'd want to share them with you as well!

I'm delighted you're here if you're wanting to "build your resilience toolbox" so you can bounce back from tough times faster and easier, or if you just want to know how to "feel better" and not be so dang stressed out all the time.

I'm delighted you're here, whether you're recovering from an bad habits, an eating disorder, an injury/illness, or some other traumatic life event.

At this point in my career, all I want to do is help you become a happy, healthy individual who is aligned with your unique goals and profound passion, so you can be the best possible role model for your children. It's past time for us to end the generational cycle of bad habits and pain that has plagued so many of us. Change begins with everyone of us, and once we fight for it, magic may happen.and will unfold. 



Resilience:​"Psychologists define resilience as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress, such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors," according to the American Psychological Association. As much as resilience entails "bouncing back" from adversity, it can also entail significant personal progress."

Recovery:"A process of transformation in which people enhance their health and wellness, live a self-directed life, and try to realize their full potential,"