TICC ACC Candidate
-North Carolina, USA
Cheri has a strong background in facilitating female empowerment. She has spent the last 14 years as a women’s-only fitness and dance studio owner. Alongside teaching dance, she has been training and mentoring women of all ages to achieve an improved sense of self-confidence and bring more freedom and joy into their daily lives.
Cheri has a somatic coaching approach, guiding her clients towards connection with a deeper sense of self-love and soulful self-expression, and bringing them closer to who they really are.
Cheri believes in co-creating a safe and nurturing space where clients are able to explore potential barriers to the freedom and the pleasure they desire, access their inner-knowing, and define actionable steps towards building the life they truly want.
Cheri thoroughly enjoys co-creating in partnership with her clients, offering sacred space for women to awaken their inner power, uncover their true potential, and shine! Her coaching sessions are designed to activate the empowerment women are seeking. After working with Cheri, you will see yourself, your habits and your relationships in a new light!
BSc MSc TICC
- Cayman Islands
Trishana Osbourne is a certified trauma-informed coach who quit her 6 figure career to support trauma survivors recovering from sexual harassment &/ assault in the workplace. With over 10+ years of experience in healthcare & law enforcement, she has a passion for justice to empower survivors to be seen and heard. Trishana is a big advocate for positive changes promoting mental wellness and inclusivity. Trishana enjoys hiking, travelling, and sharing her faith with others in her spare time. Trishana offers private coaching packages with full access to a safe and inclusive community for professional women recovering from workplace sexual harassment who are struggling to transition into another job w/o the overwhelm/frustrations from the HR systems. Book a complimentary call to learn more about private coaching services.
Calendar booking: https://trishanaosbourne.as.me/?appointmentType=19950790
MDiv TICC ACC Candidate
- New York, USA
I am a people-first leader dedicated to conscious leadership with fifteen years of experience developing mission-driven organizations, communities, and start-ups across nonprofit and private sectors. Skillful in building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, stakeholders, and teams in innovative and fast-paced environments.
As a certified trauma-informed coach, I provide an evidence-based and innovative approach to support individuals and organizations to reach their potential and reimagine thriving workplaces that practice inclusivity and creativity. I am dedicated to helping high-performing individuals overcome the challenges of generational trauma and build a legacy of resilience and empowerment. I work with a diverse range of clients, including children of immigrants and those who have experienced marginalization, to help them overcome the effects of generational trauma on their health and well-being and develop a holistic plan for personal and professional growth.
My work is informed by my experiences as an interfaith chaplain, musician, operator, and strategist — a diverse background woven together with a strong thread of human connection and community. Early in my career, I was drawn to chaplaincy as a way to hold space for people in grief and trauma. As a second-generation Korean-American woman from a lineage of healers, ministers, and activists, I stand on the shoulders of my ancestors, connected by han (a distinctly Korean expression of intergenerational suffering and solidarity). This han helps me coach and lead from a deep well of passion, purpose, and empathy. Each of us is invited to be part of the tapestry of collective freedom — to create a meaningful life and legacy. Let's work together.
More about me: When I’m not coaching, I’m learning the art of parenting. My anchor and greatest teachers are my children — Johannes (4) and Oscar (2).
TICC, ACC Candidate
- Manama, Bahrain
Dina is the founder of Challenge to Change, a non-profit organization that aims to enable and empower women. Dina has been mentoring and coaching marginalized young women and women suffering from trauma for the last 7 years. She is inspired by clients’ resilience and inner wisdom and their ability to effect positive change in their lives with guidance from their coach. Essentially, it is the client who does all the work.
Dina is a poet, banker, and advocate for women's empowerment and mental well-being. She loves reading, painting, hiking and her dogs.
Availability: Dina is on Eastern Standard Time (EST) and is available on weekdays in the afternoon.
Anders Kinavey Wennerstrom
TICC, MBA, PCC, CPCC, LSSMBB, RYT-200
Anders is a coach, consultant, and facilitator with 20 years of experience in healthcare and early childhood education. Over the past 10 years, he has increasingly focused on stress, burnout and vicarious trauma in the workplace and how it impacts professionals in helping and caring roles. He works with executives, leaders and professionals on a variety of topics, where clients often find value in addressing well-being or burnout as a foundation to performance and development.
Anders has held practitioner, trainer and leadership roles in organizational change functions including Operational Excellence, Quality Improvement and Change Management. He has coached leaders since 2014, across a range of organizations and settings. His recent and current clients include leaders and executives in the VA and other federal agencies, not-for-profit leaders in Oregon and professionals in the field of early childhood education in Alaska. He also works with mindfulness, well-being and mind-body integration as a yoga instructor at the local YMCA.
Highlighted trainings and certifications:
TICC, ACC Candidate
Dorothy has a Masters of Science in Family and Child Studies, is a Certified Child Life Specialist and is a yoga teacher. She lives in Antigua, Guatemala leading trauma-informed yoga and wellness retreats and working with clients 1:1. Dorothy provides coaching to individuals looking to get in touch with their inner wisdom. Dorothy creates a safe space for clients to explore their inner landscape and break free of self-limiting beliefs.
Dorothy enjoys taking her 2 rescued dogs on adventures to the mountains and the beach. When at home, she loves spending time with her cats, gardening, drinking tea, reading books and going to bed early.
To schedule a coaching session with Dorothy, you can contact her via email.
Welcome ALL and Thank you so much for taking the time to check me out! We are all human and sometimes it can be hard to simply be just that. Human! Over time I have come to learn that we all need Assistance in life. Someone who will advocate for us, helping us along our journey through this magical, crazy place we call Earth. Let me be your advocate!
I’ve been teaching yoga for the last 5 years and more recently incorporated sound therapy into my practice. As a trauma survivor, I’ve always had an interest in working to help others who may be suffering or struggling from trauma(s). Here we are : ) You can do *anything* and I’m here to help you make it happen!!
Debra Debi Jenkins
MA, MS, PhD, APSATS-ERCEM-C, TICC ICF-ACC
-Vancouver WA USA
Debra Debi Jenkins is the founder and CEO of Share the Flame LLC in the United States. She has been working globally with those who identify as Black, Brown, and Indigenous as a cultural and betrayal trauma (racial, relational, institutional, sexual and societal) coach for over 25 years. Recently, she has developed support groups for sexual betrayal into her practice. The groups have expanded to include enclaved groups for Black- Women- identified clients specifically who experience racialized trauma/minoritization, cultural and sexual betrayal trauma simultaneously. On the other side of that, Debi equips those who desire to become effective with their clientele who are Black, Brown, and Indigenous to prevent retraumatization by using culturally responsive trauma informed practices that support clients at the intersections.
Debi loves reading, moments of stillness-silence-solitude, lifelong learning, walking on the beach, listening to the ocean, incorporating lots of laughter, and dancing to her favorite music.
Tagline: “We are not vases to be filled rather flames to be lit!” ~African Proverb
Debi has openings in her calendar for Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for coaching sessions. Use the scheduling calendar link to sign up for a “no cost discovery session” to see if her skillset aligns to support your all-important needs. Participation in groups is through an application process.
Schedule Calendar Link
S. Nycole Beard
MSW, MCPC, TICC
- Sacramento, Calilfornia
Coach Nycole has worked in social work for the past 15 years. She received her Master of Social Work degree and Certificate in Trauma Practice at Simmons University. She is passionate about working with individuals and families challenged by life difficulties and those impacted by trauma. Coach Nycole's educational studies enhanced her skills in studying the lifespan of trauma with adults and families and neurobiology for clinical social work practice.
As a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Coach Nycole is committed to upholding the highest standards of ethics and professionalism in her coaching practice. Coach Nycole offers a range of coaching services to meet each client's unique needs. Her core values are Humanistic, Integrity, and Holistic. Her approach to clients is with a humanistic nature and integrity as the foundation of her practice. Coach Nycole's inspiration is from her experience of redefining everything someone ever told her about herself; she, too—needed a R.E.S.E.T and wanted to share her journey with others.
R.E.S.E.T YOU Coaching Services, LLC. is centered around assisting individuals with navigating difficult transitions and the idea that every individual has the potential to achieve their goals and live a fulfilling life. Coach Nycole aligns her practice with Brain, Mind, and Body practices in understanding how trauma impacts our bodies through how we feel and think. Coach Nycole loves to smile, laugh, and listen to music as her life theme. She also enjoys meditation, walking, and self-care activities.
Coach Nycole's taglines: Are you ready to R.E.S.E.T? Rearview living is dangerous for your future!
Schedule Calendar Link: https://calendly.com/snycole/consultation
Consultation Form Link: https://www.cognitoforms.com/LifeCoachNycoleBeard/GETTINGTOKNOWYOUINFORMATIONFORM
TICC ACC Candidate
- Utah USA
Shay is a faith-based, ICF-certified trauma-informed coach, focusing on women experiencing betrayal trauma. Through individual coaching and group courses, Shay passionately helps women identify their own path to healing and assist them to step beyond their triggers and unresolved traumas, to feeling whole, worthy, and creating the life they desire.
Having lived abroad among all walks of life, Shay has learned to honor women of all cultures and beliefs as sisters. She is a popular women’s yoga teacher, facilitates a monthly Native American flute and drum circle, and loves backcountry adventuring and gardening. She is a mother to three active children, avid genealogist, generational healer, and sister to all.
PhD, TICC, ACC - Candidate
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Hi, I’m Jennifer. I am a certified Trauma-informed Coach. I offer clients a warm, attentive and supportive space of non-judgment to safely explore and create new possibilities and futures that align with exactly where and who you want to be.
When not working with clients in private practice, I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Ottawa where I teach students and conduct research about intergenerational and historic trauma. As an intergenerational survivor, myself, I understand that healing and growth require respect, vulnerability, courage and compassion. These are also the four cornerstones of my practice.
While I am keen on working with a wide-range of clients, my areas of special interest include working with clients who want to find and use their unique voice; who want to develop compassion in the place of shame; who want to uncover and embody their personal strengths; and who are looking to reclaim their culture. This can be some of the most rewarding and important work and the right people assisting you as you walk your path can make all the difference.
I’d love to walk with you as you lead us along that path. I have availability for coaching sessions in the afternoon and evening on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
TICC, ACC - Candidate
Reno NV, USA
Lauren is a vivacious, adventurous, tenacious human being hell-bent on showing others the path from surviving to thriving to JOY.
Lauren is a paramedic and has spent the last decade supporting her fellow first responders in cultivating tools for a balanced, sustainable career. She is humbled by the resilience of human beings and is dedicated to providing a nurturing space to explore oneself.
Lauren is accepting new clients, please reach out via email!
Rebecca Thomas Cole - TICC ACC Candidate
Rebecca is working her way out of a decade-long corporate career into the more meaningful path of helping others find more of themselves to create their most purposeful life. As a trauma survivor herself, she has a unique perspective on the path of self-discovery amidst the pain of domestic violence, sexual assault, spiritual abuse, and mental health struggles. Not to mention the work required to deconstruct and reconstruct outside of various expectations in social and religious institutions.
Along with her Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership, Rebecca loves to utilize the philosophy of Servant Leadership and Trauma Informed Coaching in her work with clients; creating space for their own knowledge and inner wisdom to lead the way.
Her vision is helping people find freedom from societal expectations and find their own meaningful paths, choosing their own names and ridding themselves of the harmful ones they've been given. Rebecca has had her share of guides along the way, and she believes it is an honor to help light the way for others.
Email Rebecca to schedule a coaching session. She is available most afternoons, evenings, and Saturdays, and looks forward to meeting you!
Donna Clements - TICC, ACC – Candidate
North Carolina, USA
Donna Clements, an inspirer to the core, utilizes words, both spoken and written, to inspire.
Surviving and now thriving from a lifetime of familial betrayal, she also inspires others as a Trauma-Informed Life Coach through the acknowledging perspective that trauma exists.
Donna and her husband reside along the Blue Ridge Escarpment of the Great Alleghenies in southwestern North Carolina. Inspired by the temperate rainforest of the Nantahala National Forest along the headwaters of the great Chattooga River, and the base of Whiteside Mountain, Donna founded her coaching model Self-Trek: A Journey of Inspiration, Discovery, and Progress.
Life-evoking questions asked while meandering a mountain path, gazing from an awe-inspiring overlook, or experiencing the sheer force of roaring waterfalls, nature provides opportunities for introspection and healing which cannot otherwise be replicated.
Self-Trek, an experience for the client to be seen, heard, and understood, is enriched through Donna’s life coaching skills of candor, curiosity, and compassion. Developed upon the metaphor that life is a trek through the forest, the methodology of Self-Trek addresses categories including direction and destination (compass and map), risks and opportunities (wildlife and weather), and other trekkers (relationships). Donna’s Self-Trek sessions can also occur via a Zoom session or phone call.
Encompassing her GOD given gift of inspiration so that others may seek inspiration from within and without, her greatest desires are for clients to be inspired to thrive, informed through discovery, and always moving forward in the natural inclination for progress.
Tagline: I inspire.
Tina Keyes CDC® TICC ACC Candidate
Tina Keyes is a CDC Certified Divorce Coach®, Co-Parenting and Blended Family Coach. She is passionate about helping her clients get through the divorce process with the "big picture" in mind and helping them maintain a collaborative and effective co-parenting relationship. Tina offers Joint or Individual Co-Parenting Coaching, Individual Divorce Coaching and Individual Step-Parent Coaching.
What is Co-Parenting Coaching?
As a co-parenting coach, Tina acts as a neutral third party to help co-parents through the difficult conversations that inevitably come along with parenting children together. Tina works with clients to help them create a collaborative co-parenting dynamic and work together as a “unit”.
What is Divorce Coaching?
A divorce coach acts as a thinking partner during this season of immense change and emotional overwhelm. I will be a non-judgmental sounding board to help the client talk through some of their challenges and create action plans which keep them focused on their overarching goals and long-term values.
I can also help guide the client through the divorce process so they do not become paralyzed by their emotions or fears. I will help the client determine their next steps, which professionals can help and help them avoid the common pitfalls that come with emotional decision-making. When the client approaches divorce thoughtfully and with the “big picture” in mind, they will be able to avoid the “wrong turns” or short-sighted decisions that result in unnecessary conflict, wasted time and emotional turmoil along the way.
Adrie Fourie - TICC, ACC Candidate
Johannesburg, South Africa
Hello! I’m Adrie, and I am a certified Trauma Informed Resilience Enhancement Coach. I started my career as a development economist, moved into urban management and then focused on sustainable development, city resilience and efficient building design. I hold a bachelor’s degree in Town and Regional Planning, a master’s in architecture and a postgraduate diploma in Green Cities for Eco-Efficiency. With over 22 years work experience I am acutely aware of the pressures present in the workplace.
I’ve conducted research around the role cities should play in addressing trauma communities carry with them; showing me the importance of incorporating resilience into our every day to ensure we create environments for- and within ourselves to live in more sustainable ways. This increased awareness helps me cultivate a safe space where anyone can access support to heal from trauma to thrive.
Having experienced the debilitating impact of trauma and navigating much needed life changes (inclusive of multiple chronic illness diagnoses, maintaining healthy levels of capacity along with undertaking my own healing journey), I am creating a coaching practice to guide clients in (re)build their resilience while being mindful of the life experiences that brought them to where they were today.
My trauma counselling and coaching practice centres around childhood trauma and its potential impact on brain function making some, more susceptible to chronic illness and/or addiction. In addition to being a Trauma Informed Certified Coach, I am also a Traumatic Incident Reduction Practitioner, a Life Stress Reduction Practitioner, a Trauma Informed Mindfulness Practitioner, Certified Self-Care Life Coach, and a Certified Resilience Practitioner.
I firmly believe that through determined reflections, everyone can unlock a thriving future… Tagline: Determined reflections create authentically, thriving individuals. To have a chat to see if we can work together, to book an appointment, or ask a question, contact me via email.
Maura McGillicuddy TICC ACC-Candidate
Maura has operated her own music classroom in the public schools for over 11 years, with a passion of using music as a healing tool for her students. For the past few years, her interest in working with adults using a trauma-informed lens has grown and she is ecstatic to finally utilize her knowledge and skills in this area.
She is inspired to create change for clients by helping to build up their coping tool-box, strengthen their sense of self, and foster post-traumatic growth in their lives. She specializes in attachment trauma, CPTSD, emotional intelligence, and nervous-system regulation. She also has experience with shadow work and inner child/ re-parenting work.
In her free time, she loves to spend time outside as much as possible, whether camping or hiking. She also loves to play guitar, sing, and keep her hands busy with cross-stitching. Tagline: "Shame is the magic killer" -Carolyn Elliott
Maura has flexibility weekdays after 4 and more open on weekends. She is in EST.
Megan Kibby CYT TICC
Atlanta, GA, USA
Megan lives in Atlanta, GA on a small goat and chicken farm, where she hopes to expand the current mindfulness work she is doing in collaboration with the animals into a full coaching and group coaching practice. She plans to leverage her background as an artist in the creative industry to help people find creative paths and solutions in their lives, and to connect with their intuition and higher self.
Megan has been practicing yoga for 20 years, and has been a certified teacher through Kashi Ashram since 2014. Her love for helping people become embodied, grounded, and aware informs the work she does as a coach.
She is particularly passionate about working with people recovering from religious trauma, codependency, people-pleasing, and toxic relationships, as well as couples exploring ethical non monogamy.
Eva Van Krugel PCC TICC CEC CPQC
British Columbia, Canada
Eva partners with leaders, founders and teams who want to do great things in the world, on purpose.
Eva brings unusual perspective to coaching having worked as an executive in the UK and Canada for over 20 years serving various industries of global to regional scale. Today, Eva has trained her focus and business experience on what she loves to do most, inspiring courage, confidence, and high effectiveness in leaders and teams as a coach. Eva understands the grit and devotion required to be a leader, cultivating a way forward with a highly engaged team, delivering results.
Eva works with those committed to making positive change. They are encountering new challenges, or ‘firsts’ as she calls them – pivot points that also represent great opportunity. She equips her clients with the resources to navigate a way forward with clarity and purpose, impact, and fulfillment.
Eva believes everyone comes with a story that leads to authenticity and, at times, pain points. Eva supports leaders who are also trauma-survivors to move forward with a strengthened sense of self, resourcefulness, recovery and prevention. Eva is known for coaching with heart, intuition, strategic foresight and creativity.
A big believer in learning as a lifestyle, Eva is a Professional Certified Coach, Trauma Informed Coach, Certified Executive Coach, Certified Positive Intelligence Coach, as well as trained in areas as emotional intelligence, psychological safety, conflict dynamics, courage skills and more.
Sandy Mitsch MCC CDTLF TICC
Sandy is president of Sandy Mitsch LLC, a coaching and organization development firm based in Florida, serving clients across the globe. She has more than thirty-five years of direct experience as a leader in executive coaching, organization development, strategic planning, and human resources with experience in various industries and diverse corporate settings.
As a master certified coach through the International Coaching Federation, Sandy is formally trained and certified through the Co-active Training Institute. Her fiercely compassionate coaching approach gets to the root cause, creating higher levels of resiliency and success. She helps her clients brave new challenges and discover and overcome the obstacles that can prevent them from performing at their full potential.
As a trauma-informed certified coach, and through lived experience, Sandy knows just how important it is to understand the impact trauma has on our well-being, our relationships, and our work life. Most importantly, she knows how valuable it is to have a trusted partner on the journey to healing.
In addition to her trauma-informed coaching path, Sandy has studied, lived, and taught Dr. Brené Brown’s research on shame resilience since 2012. As a senior certified Dare to Lead™ and Daring Way™ facilitator, Sandy has brought the conversation and practices of living a more courageous and authentic life to thousands of people around the world.
MA Leadership PCC Certified Dare to Lead (TM) Facilitator Coach Super-visor Dip TICC
Laurie has enjoyed a joyful career in supporting others in their journeys as leaders, team members and plain old humans. Her passion around providing support is based partly on Brené Brown’s research and Dare to Lead (TM) program which led her to yearning to deepen her practice around Trauma-Informed Coaching. She has supported people moving past their inner Saboteurs and the ‘stories they make up’ and loves that TICC offers a practical additional lens to examine these relationships ~ with self and others.
In addition to the above, Laurie’s career spans teaching at The Banff Centre, in numerous Universities and in supporting industry and governments clients. She has a particular passion in building psychologically safe cultures, and is Certified in the work of Dr. Amy Edmondson and Dr. Timothy Clark. She is a coach and a Coach Super-Visor who loves working in Positive Psychology, spirituality and the many mysteries of the Universe (or the Cosmic Waitress as she calls it).
An avid learner (and supporter of many bookstores), she shares her time with her hubby in Sidney by the Sea, Vancouver Island, Canada and her 3-year-old Havanese, Rizzo who has taught her many life lessons.
Elle Griffin TICC MBA MS
Elle Griffin brings over two decades of expertise to the field of executive coaching, specializing in the intricate interplay between trauma and the workplace. With a unique blend of business acumen and psychological insight, Elle has become a trusted figure in guiding individuals and organizations through the challenges of navigating trauma within professional environments.
Educated at Columbia University, Elle earned an MBA that provided a solid foundation in the corporate world. This knowledge was further enriched by a master's degree in counseling from Johns Hopkins University, where she delved into the depths of human psychology, equipping her with the tools to understand and address the emotional complexities that arise in high-stress work settings. Building on 25 years of diverse organizational work experience, in 2008, Elle started her own coaching and mentoring practice.
One of Elle's exceptional strengths lies in her ability to guide individuals through the aftermath of unbearable emotional events. With unwavering dedication, she empowers clients to navigate their challenges, helping them comprehend their experiences, and facilitating their journey towards wholeness and happiness. With a new certification as a trauma-informed coach, Elle approaches her work with a profound respect for the resilience of the human spirit and a deep commitment to supporting clients in their healing and thriving processes.
Certified Trauma-Informed Coach, Moving the Human Spirit
Certified Organizational Coach, University of British Columbia
Accredited by both ICF (USA) and EMCC (European) Coaching Associations
Galina Knopman PCC TICC
N. Bethesda, MD, USA
Galina is the founder, President, and CEO of Comskil, Inc. and Best of Life. She is an ICF credentialed executive, leadership, and Trauma Informed Certified Coach. With her 30 years of experience, intuition and ability to listen deeply she is able to swiftly identify her client’s unique gifts, strengths, obstacles, and injuries, then assist them to envision their goals and align their values, thinking and behaviors to support that goal achievement.
Applying her integrated knowledge of applied neuroscience, somatics, social cognitive psychology, and systems theory she helps her clients create a greater awareness and acceptance of self to move through processing their trauma experience. Her vast knowledge of how the brain and body work and the complexities involved, enables her to implement methods of coaching to process injury and produce tangible results beginning with a client's first session. Her clients’ lives are successfully and sustainably changed for the better.
Galina is the best-selling author of Every Time I Diet I Gain 5 Pounds, which is not a book about dieting, but a workbook about believing in yourself, your uniqueness and empowerment. She introduces the reader to her VPS model (Visualize Personal Success) for growth and personal change. Galina is an adjunct instructor at Caltech, a photographer, a musician, and the grandmother of two fabulous grandchildren.
Clarice Paulson TICC
A certified life coach, I am a wellness professional who helps people make progress in their lives, through decision making, thought processes, and aid in reaching greater potential and achieving overall fulfilment.
I specialize in eating disorders and disordered eating recovery as well as help with the day-to-day mental obstacles that we all face. I am here to add perspective on your mind and your life, so we can work through emotions and thoughts and begin to create results.
Yuki Gotanda TICC ACC ECPC
Yuki has over 20 years of international experience in the private sector, UN, and NGOs. She has worked in 19 countries throughout Africa, Asia-Pacific, North America, and Europe. Having managed humanitarian projects in hardship duty stations, she strongly believes in the importance of staff wellness and career development support.
As a coach, Yuki mainly supports humanitarian, human rights, international development, and peacekeeping professionals (currently working in these sectors but also those who left those sectors). These professions often work in remote, insecure environments and are exposed to traumatic events such as kidnapping, physical assaults, armed attacks, war, rapes, sexual assaults, torture, riots, death of colleagues, etc. (in addition to common causes of workplace trauma that may happen, such as racism, bullying, intimidation, poor work-life boundaries, job insecurity etc.). If they work in the field, away from family, they may have a lot going on back home (separation, divorce, death of loved ones, etc.), too. Partnering with her clients, Yuki takes a holistic approach, focusing on their long-term career/life satisfaction. Services are also open to people in other professions. She currently offers coaching services in English and Japanese.
Yuki is an ICF-Certified Coach, Erickson Certified Professional Coach (ECPC), and Trauma-Informed Certified Coach (TICC). She completed the following trauma-related training:
• Trauma-Informed Coaching Certification Training - Moving the Human Spirit
• Beyond Trauma (Skills for Non-Therapists) - Erickson Coaching International
• Psychological First Aid - Canadian Red Cross
Julia Charvet RN BSN CDCES CPRSS TICC ACC
I am very excited to have the opportunity to coach you! I have been a nurse for over 30 years and a Diabetes Educator for more than 20 years. I decided to become a Trauma Informed Coach and use my Nursing and Educator experience to help those recovering from Trauma, specifically Narcissistic Abuse. I am a Peer Recovery Support Specialist as well, which means I have a “lived experience” with Trauma. My goal is to empower women who have been in abusive relationships so that they have the knowledge and understanding to heal and recover from their trauma to become the best version of themselves and live their life to their full potential.
In my spare time, I play Pickleball, play Piano and play with my sweet cat, Alfonzo. I love learning and consider myself a lifelong learner! I have a very flexible schedule and can usually work around yours! You can call, text or email me, whichever is easiest for you! Hope to talk to you soon!
Molly Rahman TICC
Southwest Harbour, Maine USA
As a trauma-informed personal development coach, Molly is passionate about the power of opening perspectives to change our realities. Everyone desires authenticity, and the narratives that we learn and the traumas that we carry can pull us away from our authentic selves. In becoming aware of limiting beliefs, we each can open ourselves to choice: choosing how we want to be in the world.
Molly is particularly passionate about the embodiment of personal health, recognizing that distress manifests itself emotionally, physically, and spiritually – sometimes in unexpected ways. Transitioning from a chronic condition to a more habitual state of health requires attention and care to all aspects of the self.
Molly holds a Master of Sustainable Design and has experience in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. She has succeeded professionally and she has failed as an entrepreneur. Through her own health journey, she has become familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine, energy work, neuroplasticity, and somatic awareness. She recently became a mother and her family is her husband, son, and dog.
Adele McDermott TICC
Hi, my name is Adele McDermott and I’m currently living in Ireland. I am a ICU nurse and Nurse tutor.
Throughout my nursing career I’ve had the honour and privilege to care for many sick folks and I have been intrigued with the human ability to show resilience in the face of great tragedy and adversity, but I’ve observed that we don’t all have the same capacity to recover from life’s challenges. This inability for some folks not to bounce back brought me to my current passion to understand human trauma experiences. I completed my Life, Business and Executive coaching certification in September 2020. Then in June 2022 I expanded on my foundational knowledge by completing the trauma-informed coaching certification with MTHS.
Curiosity, deep listening to the clients experiences and a desire for post traumatic growth is currently my area of focus.
I currently have a trauma informed coaching practice where my focus is on coaching folks who want to reclaim agency of their life. If you have a desire to move forward in your life with clarity, confidence and tools to overcome your past experiences,
I would be honoured to partner with you on your journey.
Lisa McDonald Chavis TICC
Lisa is a trauma-informed inspirational coach and is passionate about working with women and families impacted by (IPV) Intimate Partner Violence.
Lisa specializes in helping families and individuals who have experienced intimate partner violence explore healing using the Facilitated Attuned Interactions (FAN) combined with a healing-centered approach as a tool to create a safe space for clients to share their experiences with interpersonal violence and exploitation.
Lisa’s inspiration comes from her own personal experience with intimate partner violence, which led to a spiritual encounter that has transformed her life and set her on the path of helping to empower others to do the same.
Lisa’s personal experience with intimate partner violence allows her to engage with a person so they feel connected and understood, which opens the space for change. Lisa offers one-on-one, online small group coaching, in person and peer support groups to offer clients more options and flexibility.
Lisa is the Founder of Am I My Sister’s Keeper, Elevated- Next Level- an organization that brings awareness of domestic and intimate partner violence to places of worship to promote and enact change and transform lives.
Colette Bowers TICC
Colette Bowers is a wife and the mother to two beautiful children. She has founded Champion coaching International to offer support through a Christian Trauma Informed Coach and Mentor perspective. Champion Coaching International offers help & support for heterosexual betrayed partners and couples, & individuals desiring or needing help finding solutions in their personal lives. Whether you are a betrayed partner, couple, blocked in your growth or going through immigration and or a refugee. Colette can help support you to experience true healing and wholeness in all areas of your life.
Colette is PSAP Certified, TICC Certified, C-SASI Certified, APSATS trained and has received a coaching diploma from Erickson Coaching International. She’s leading one on one sessions, group coaching and facilitates therapeutic full disclosures for female betrayed partners and providing couple’s support. Currently she is available to support individuals and couples.
Whether you are wanting group coaching. Support as a betrayed partner, or professional individual support. Or navigating the human condition of trauma. The support you are looking for is available through Colette’s Champion Coaching International. When people receive the right support the gift of transformation is the result. The joy of observing betrayed partners, couples and individuals living a better healthier lifestyle is inspiring. Colette has found that coaching is vital to helping individuals on their journey towards the life they are created for.
Trish McOrmond TICC
Trish is a sociologist and coach who helps people and companies build a better future. She completed the MTHS trauma-informed training in February 2022, after completing Level 2 Essential Impact coach training in 2019. She has been working as a coach for about 5 years, with experience in career coaching and transitions. Trish’s clients go from feeling stuck into action using a framework based on positive intelligence and building on good habits.
“My approach helps you scale the knowledge, skills, and abilities you already have to move forward with excitement. Working together and acknowledging where you are and what obstacles need to be addressed, we will be partners in using the power of imagination and positive intelligence to create a life you love. I look forward to working with you.”
Phone: : 780-257-1383
John Koch PCC, ACTC, TICC, Dipl.-Ing.(FH)
John’s passion: To discover new perspectives that inspire us to be ourselves for greater value. To this end, he partners with people and organizations in reflective dialogues focusing on Leadership and teams, personal development, relationships, life purpose and cross-cultural collaboration.
An expression of life: John’s coaching, systemic team coaching, coaching supervision and ICF mentor coaching equipped with a trauma-informed lens are an expression of his journey of taking hold of his identity and purpose that enables him to:
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Jennifer Alwardt TICC Iowa, USA
Jen has been working in ministry for over 10 years. She has always had a heart to help hurting people and after surviving a complicated miscarriage this passion to help others not only grew, but had a direction of where to go. Jen started New Course Coaching as a means to work with individuals who were suddenly faced with the reality that the direction they were initially headed is no longer a possibility. While Jen feels a deep connection with anyone who has experienced infant loss she is driven by seeing others refusing to stay ‘stuck’ but rather determined to conquer their new course. She has been gifted opportunities to work besides survivors from many different backgrounds to walk alongside them and cheer them on as they navigate through the ups and downs of surviving a traumatic place. She and her husband lived for a time in the country of Denmark working in ministry and they plan to spend some time in Iceland in the future years doing what comes naturally, helping people.
Jen enjoys life with her husband and 100lb bernedoodle. For fun there is lots of travel, coffee tasting/crafting (Jen previously was a supervisor for a coffee shop) and piano playing.
Kate Brassington TICC Luxembourg
Kate is a Coaching Psychologist (Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society) and certified Trauma Informed Coach, with over 1000 logged hours of client work (accredited Professional Certified Coach with the ICF). She lives in Luxembourg, coaches in English, and works 1:1 online in any suitable time zone!
Most people don’t know that what we refer to as “trauma” is in fact the natural survival responses that developed in humans through evolution. In this modern day, these responses still happen inside the body, mind, and spirit. They are not signs of illness, disease, or injury. The World Health Organisation estimated in 2016 that 70% of the world population has been exposed to at least one traumatic event or situation, yet of these only around 9% get a clinical diagnosis. That leaves a lot of people without specific injury or illness, who may still be experiencing a trauma response. Many of them seek coaching or therapy – but since trauma-informed practice is still quite rare, they can struggle to get effective help, to get unstuck, and move on in life.
This is where trauma-informed coaching comes in. Having trauma responses that are unhelpful inside of you comes with a twist - this very self-protection can also create separation and isolation inside of you. And if you don’t get the right kind of support, you can at best feel frustrated and sad that you can’t seem to make progress in certain areas of life, and at worst you can develop a wide range of physical and mental illnesses and injuries. This causes stress, unhappiness, loss of effectiveness at work, difficulties in relationships, and if it goes on long enough, illnesses of the body and mind that cost organisations and health services millions.
I stand against a world that sticks embarrassing labels of "mental illness" onto these natural, protective, responses. Especially when they keep you small for life.
Instead, I stand for you to compassionately re-unite with the isolated and wounded-seeming parts of you. To heal and repair. As I coach, I am your Expert Companion. I help and guide you to recover, find meaning in what you've been through, and get back your energy and zest for life.
Imagine being so deeply compassionate to yourself that you heal, move on, and in turn help others around you. Why? to make your life worth the effort you put into it, so you ease suffering and get the fun back!
Please get in touch for an absolutely no-obligation chat (hard selling goes against everything I just talked about!). I’m trained to help you work through your options, only some of which could include working with me. I can help you consider whether therapy or other approaches may be more suitable for you. I don’t diagnose or pathologise. I do listen, hear, and see the whole of you.
Erin O'Byrne PCC, TICC
Work Wellness Coach
For over 20 years Erin has specialized in leadership development, coaching and mental health and wellness services. With her international experience and certifications in coaching, teaching meditation, HR and psychological safety, Erin helps individuals, leaders and workplaces take their wellness to the next level.
Based on personal experiences with mental health crises Erin has also spent the past 20 years sharing all that she’s learned to help others and to advocate for mental health awareness. Volunteering in the community is also a top priority for her to help in this vital industry.
As a meditator for over two decades and a meditation teacher for many years, Erin knows the value of expanding your wellness and accessing your best every day.
Anja Vlaardingerbroek TICC Netherlands
Anja is a Trauma Informed Empowerment Coach that coaches people that feel stuck in life as well as in parenting or teaching. Maybe you feel like unhappy in your work or that there is so much more to life that you want to explore. Maybe you are overwhelmed in life with your kids. Whatever the question is, Anja will create a safe and open environment for you to explore the questions that come up.
She believes that everyone holds the answers inside and that with some inquiry you can find your way out of the maze. She is aware of how trauma can play a role in your life and she can help you to see patterns and habits that doesn’t work for you anymore.
Anja has been working with children as a teacher for a long time. That experience was the beginning of seeing not only the good but also the solution in everyone. Behavior is in fact just a signal to tell us what is underneath. Her mission is to help others change their lenses when they see concerning behavior.
Anja believes that everyone can not only follow their dream but can make it come true as well, as long as we believe in our selves and put in the work. It is time to shine!
Coaching sessions can be held in Dutch or in English.
Pamela Nagy TICC Amsterdam
I have the skill for meeting people from a resourceful place of connection, empathy and intuitive awareness. I welcome you to join me on exploring what comes up for you, whether you feel like you would benefit from having some more clarity or determination in your life. I am creating a safe space for you to tap into your authentic self, with openness and curiosity and I hold that safe space for you with compassion. After starting and doing my inner healing work, I can say that I found my passion and purpose: I want to help others create their own lives through Transformation Coaching (NLP) and Somatic Coaching (Somatic Experiencing).
I received my Bachelor’s in Psychology from Babes-Bolyai University in Romania. I am also a former bikini fitness athlete and a Certified Personal Trainer in Fitness by NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine). I am a Master in Reiki and I love marrying spirituality and science to make it available for more of us. I completed my Trauma-Informed Coaching Certification through Moving with the Human Spirit in July 2022 and I am working towards my ACC ICF Accreditation. I am currently in the process of becoming a certified coach in NLP, Self-Concept Model. I love learning and embodying my growth. I approach healing through a compassion-focused lens, blending science and spirituality.
This is a little bit about my framework and my model of reality. If this resonates with you and you feel like you would like to experience my coaching perspective, you are welcome to reach out to me. My schedule is flexible, please feel free to reach out to me any time.
Raiane Cantisano TICC New York
Raiane is an Ontological and Trauma Informed life and personal development coach, as well as an immigrant from Rio de Janeiro who's built a home in NYC over the past 8 years.
She is also a singer-songwriter, a trained actor, a university graduate in communications, a certified doula and a dancer (on inspired occasion).
Her commitment is to a world of radical intimacy, where people are connected to the power and value of their love.
Coaching means a partnered commitment in service of the life of your dreams.
Whatever those dreams look like — professional success, creative growth, interpersonal intimacy, a just and liberated world --their common thread is: you.
You are the source of the dreaming.
You are the one who can make them come true.
Raiane would love to hold you hand as you do so.
For more information visit https://www.raianecantisano.com/lifecoaching
Jolanta Pol-Bayyoud TICC Kuwait
Jolanta began her career as an educational leader, working with children with special educational needs in the Middle East. She then transitioned into coaching, completing her TICC accreditation in Trauma Informed Coaching in 2021, and moving on to getting her ICF accreditation.
Jolanta’s move into coaching builds on over 30 years of experience in leading and coaching a multinational team of 40, all while building a regionally renowned department.
As part of her role in education, Jolanta was crucial in integrating coaching systems among staff, which fostered collaboration among educators.
In her coaching practice, Jolanta works with individuals impacted by trauma, as well as those seeking to rebuild or change their lives. She strongly believes in the power of physical movement and nature in supporting processes of healing, growth, and personal change.
Jolanta is passionate about helping women and has particular expertise working with women during difficult life transitions.
To maintain her positive energy, Jolanta enjoys swimming, painting and travelling to hike mountains.
Dreams don’t work unless you do...
Jolanta has openings on Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays, time can be agreed upon.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number - +965 97550222 (WhatsApp available)
Sarah Farran TICC Dubai, UAE
Sarah is a certified Trauma-Informed Coach with a focus on emotional freedom and authenticity.
With a background in epidemiology and biostatistics, she has always been interested in mental health. Over the years, she has come to realize that her chronic struggle with anxiety, depression and obsessive thinking may just be a manifestation of her unprocessed developmental trauma; instead of trying to eradicate them, she saw them as gifts and embraced their wisdom to dive deeper into her healing journey.
A complex trauma survivor, Sarah has waded the depths of her emotions and finds purpose in providing a safe space for her clients to do the same, so they resurface feeling more whole and authentic in how they show up in life.
She believes that change only happens when we learn our story and see how it limits our perspective on life, how it keeps us small and in our place, even though we feel we are exerting a lot of effort. She also believes that we do not become anything; as we heal, we strip away the layers shielding us from our essence, and we get to tap into our inner wisdom as well as our unmet potential and creativity.
Sarah partners with clients to help them become more conscious of their stories, reconnect with their inner wisdom so they can release what does not serve them and move towards becoming the utmost expression of their essence; more plainly heal from the inside out.
A lover of art and words, Sarah advocates individuality, self-expression, creativity and intentional living.
Schedule a Discovery Session: www.calendly.com/wholistik/30min
Tania Walter Gardiner MA (Leadership), PCC, MNLP, TICC
Full Spectrum Human Emergence Practitioner
Coach Educator and Mentor
Holistically Oriented Living and Decision Making
Tania has a vibrant passion for leadership, facilitative coaching, learning, and the outdoors. As a certified professional coach and catalyst of human emergence, she works in presence and partnership with clients so they can holistically orient their internal compass aligned with specific energy, talents, and experience to create a values-based, purposeful blueprint for what will be and test that way forward.
Tania loves the diversity of 1:1 coaching, team facilitative coaching, mentoring, and being an international facilitator of Trauma Informed Coach Basics, Trauma Informed Leadership, The Art & Science of Coaching, and Coaching Competencies for Leaders. She predominantly partners with socialpreneurs and intrapreneurs individually and with teams.
In providing these services, she values and demonstrates high integrity, respect, and
professionalism. Services are provided virtually online and/or onsite.
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cait Sarazin TICC
Cait is a Trauma Informed Certified Coach (TICC), as well as Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in training. She was named one of the Top Female Coaches to Follow in 2021 by Yahoo Finance. She helps people that are self-aware and are doing the work of healing themselves but still find that they are stuck.
She helps people clear out the noise in their mind and body by tapping into the subconscious ways we store emotions and trauma using techniques such as motivational interviewing, parts work/IFS techniques, memory re-programming, dance therapy, and inner child work combined with somatic experiencing and other somatic techniques to release the traumatic energy and memories lodged in the body.
Cait also trained in multi-cultural competency, including a 6-month course in anti-racism and misogyny. She has also lived in South America/Central America for 4 years, learning from indigenous communities about different healing practices reconnecting the body and the mind.
Jennifer Jackson ACC, TICC
Jennifer is an ICF Certified Life Coach and Certified Trauma Informed - Post Trauma Growth Coach. She pursued coaching following a 25-year career in law enforcement.
Throughout her policing career, Jennifer’s emphasis was on leadership. Her personal values and passions were truly being fulfilled when she was helping develop, coach and mentor employees. Her authenticity and commitment to her values of honesty, integrity, respect, and compassion contributed to her success as a leader, and keep her grounded in life.
With her policing experience comes a personal understanding of the darker side and impacts that repeated exposure to trauma creates. She has suffered through chronic stress, the lows of depression, anxiety, the effects of PTSD, and been in a place where she couldn’t see a way out.
With years of hard work, perseverance, and some stubbornness, Jennifer found her path to healing. She not only found the light she’d been missing, but it’s now shining on her brighter than ever.
Jennifer truly believes healing is a journey, one which has led her to Post Trauma Growth Coaching, where she continues to serve and help others navigate their way through life.
Jennifer comes from a place of understanding and is dedicated to giving others a resource for healing and a way forward, one that wasn’t there when she needed it.
Jennifer is an advocate of Mental Health and believes that trauma doesn’t have to define who we are. It may be part of our journey, but ultimately, we get to decide how our own story plays out.
Working with Jennifer provides a safe space to respect your past, honour your present, and transform your future. It’s a place where you can break free of survival mode, by creating personal awareness and finding your inner strength and resourcefulness. It’s here you’ll build new habits, create resiliency, and take back your control by creating lasting change.
Just imagine what becomes possible then!
Hali Roderick TICC
As a Trauma Informed Certified Coach, Hali specializes in helping her clients create a life where they can thrive after trauma. Hali’s inspiration comes from walking her own path of healing and she is passionate about providing support and compassion for individuals and meeting them wherever they are at in their own journey. She intuitively connects with her clients in a way that creates a safe and collaborative environment to empower individuals as they navigate through their individual recovery and healing journey.
Individuals who partner with Hali will find a safe and judgement free space where they can discover the behaviors and thought patterns that will help them step into the life they envision for themselves. Hali values authenticity, truth, empowerment and growth. She not only strives to live from that space but brings those values into her coaching as well.
Hali is the Assistant Director of the Worth Group at Life Changing Services where she helps women who are experiencing betrayal trauma and who are reaching out for support to feel trust, love, and hope. She facilitates groups, teaches classes, and works with individuals who are working to rise from the ashes of trauma.
When you work with Hali you can expect a safe space for you to clarify intentions, explore possibilities, and clear obstacles to make your dreams a reality. If you are an individual looking to rise from the ashes of disappointment, betrayal, and grief, Hali can help. She will guide you as you make choices to create a life of healing and growth.
Learn more at haliroderick.com. Reach out at email@example.com to schedule a complimentary consultation to see if Hali is the right coach for you!
Beverly Rosen JD, MBA, CPA, ACC, TICC
Beverly is Life + Leadership Coach with Beverly Rosen Coaching. Her focuses are life and leadership coaching, helping professionals and leaders who struggle with managing stress, finding balance, and often getting through the day. She helps them through trauma-informed, mindful, and somatic coaching to heal, achieve their goals, and work through the changes needed to create their dream career and life.
Beverly’s clients reduce stress and overcome unhelpful, limiting, and even harmful, patterns through coaching. They connect with their creativity, rediscover their passions, create purpose for work and life, and make decisions as their authentic selves. This alignment leads to less stress, more success, and increased happiness.
Beverly became a coach after struggling through her professional career. During her 20+ years as an attorney and CPA she looked like she was a successful professional and rising leader who had it all together on the outside, but on the inside, she was a hot mess. She felt overwhelmed and overworked, was challenged by balancing the demands of work, home, and life, and often felt she could not get through the day. Eventually she became physically sick from the stress, suffering from autoimmune conditions, depression, and anxiety.
Through her healing journey from complex PTSD from childhood and adult trauma, she realized the part of her professions she most enjoyed was coaching others and was thankful for how coaching helped her to end the daily struggle. She became a coach to help others improve their lives and uses these skills one-to-one with coaching clients and every day in her current professional role as a Tax Manager to help her staff, colleagues, and tax clients lead happier, more fulfilling lives.
Beverly’s certifications as a coach include:
-Associate Certified Coach by the International Coaching Federation
-Certified Trauma-Informed Coach by Moving The Human Spirit
-Certified Mindfulness, Somatic and Wellness Coach by Mindfulness Coaching School
-Certified Meditation and Mindfulness Teacher by the School of Positive Transformation
-Certified Spiritual Coach by Transformation Academy
She is also a Usui Ryoho Reiki Master/Teacher and Registered Yoga Teacher (200-hour) with the Yoga Alliance
Learn more about Beverly at beverlyrosencoaching.com or email her at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kerri McKenna Reece PCC, CRTC-A, TICC
Kerri McKenna Reece is a life and trauma recovery coach, harm reduction specialist, energy leadership master practitioner and mentor who respectfully provides a safe and loving space for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and trauma to reconnect; get grounded in who they truly are. Kerri has earned a reputation as one of the best coaches working in the field of Trauma Recovery today. She intuitively connects deeply with her clients expertly guiding them through a collaborative recovery process. Her expertise provides a measure of freedom from the devastating aftereffects of trauma, while equipping survivors with the tools needed to better heal their wounds and face future challenges.
Kerri’s own story began with a traumatic childhood. She is a survivor of complex PTSD. The abuse she suffered was chronic, repetitive, and on-going. She had no social support or protective factors. Kerri knows what it’s like to endure crippling adversity, to grow up in an unsafe environment, to live in constant fear, and feel truly helpless and hopeless. She knows how hard it is to move beyond the emotional upheavals and the broken family dynamics. She understands the adverse impact of toxic shame, the crippling depression, and the self-destructive coping methods one learns in order to survive. She knows the detrimental effects trauma has on learning, behavior, and health well into adulthood. Kerri has experienced firsthand the devastating impact that trauma and pervasive developmental trauma can have on a person, and the overwhelming despair it produces. She spent years redefining her pain, getting past it, building a life she loved, and along the way discovered a profound calling leading her to help others.
Inspired by her own journey of healing, lessons learned, and insights gleaned from working with top coaches, advisors, therapists and physicians specializing in childhood development and trauma, Kerri became a certified professional life and trauma recovery coach and founded her own company, Kerri Coaching. Kerri has held leadership and mentor roles for two decades, and has acquired expertise in energy management, pervasive/developmental trauma, attachment theory, neuroplasticity, cognitive behavior therapy, and complex PTSD, all of which she leverages to create her unique, highly effective coaching programs. With a fast-growing clientele that includes young adults, business executives, entrepreneurs, empty nesters and retirees, she equips trauma survivors in all stages of life with healthy tools to aptly navigate the challenging aftereffects. She guides them, facilitating a dialog that enables them to gain a new self-awareness around what they’ve suffered and how it’s adversely impacted them throughout all aspects of their life.
Kerri is accredited through IAOTRC where she received her Certified Professional Trauma Recovery Coach Supervision license and Tim Fletcher Co where she is a Certified Course Facilitator and Trauma Recovery Coach. Kerri has also received her Certified Professional Coach license from iPEC, one of the largest ICF-accredited coach training schools in the world and has an additional certification with the Energy Leadership™ Index (ELI). Kerri is also accredited through the ICF as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and she’s earned a Certified Trauma Informed Coaching license through MTHS.
Today, Kerri provides a safe, loving, inspiring space for trauma survivors to heal and thrive. It’s a connected, empowering space full of breakthroughs and paradigm shifts leading to a new sense of well-being. Clients can relate to Kerri’s story and are inspired by the strength and healing she has found on the other side. Her philosophy: "We heal deeply when we honor our pain, when we feel it, gain awareness around it, and learn from it. It is only then that we survivors can truly lay it to rest”. Based on the teaching of Dr. Gabor Mate, Kerri has innovated proven coaching programs that help complex trauma survivors address the biological, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of healing. With 20+ years of substantial healing and resilience to build upon, Kerri remains immersed in the world of making a difference.
When Kerri is not helping others heal, she's in the gym or outside, camping, hiking, biking or swimming. She loves to spend time with her friends and family, get lost in a good book, and spend long days at the beach.
To learn more about Kerri’s coaching business, including her methodology and services, visit kerricoaching.com
Matthew Spicer PCC, TICC Istanbul, Turkey
Matthew’s aim is to be the coach he wishes he had had; he helps his customers at key points in their lives to achieve their goals and be the best they can be.
Whether securing a new job, getting promoted, innovating, achieving a challenging goal or getting themselves back on track after knock backs, Matthew is a partner to his customers in their progress.
Matthew is a positive, responsible, and committed coach who believes in the clients’ ability to create their own solutions and has a track record of effectively supporting them during their journey of progress.
Matthew is English with experience of helping people from many countries, cultures, backgrounds and expectations, Matthew adapt and aligns himself to his customers. Becoming a trauma informed coach has helped him support his customers in situations of both crisis and trauma.
Matthew is positive, creative and ready to support customers in their recovery and journey to their success.
Susan Keeley, ACC, TICC California USA
BS Business Administration/Entrepreneurship
Certified Trauma Informed Coach
Mental Health First Aid Certified
Art of Convening Core Training Certified
Ergos Workshop: Once a Warrior – Always a Warrior: Enhancing Care of PTSD and Other Trauma-Related Conditions for Military, Veteran, and Civilian Clients w/ Dr. Levine & Charles Hoge, MD
Nicabm Workshop: Advanced Master Program on the Treatment of Trauma
Shirzad Chamine Positive Intelligence Training
Patient Family Advisory Council (PFAC) Sutter Roseville Medical Center
“Why” is this happening to me?'' is a common thought when something undesirable or tragic happens in our lives. As a result of Susan’s “why” experiences, she has worked diligently to turn her “why” to “What am I to learn from this?”
Ironically, when you understand the what, you know the why!
Susan brings her formal training as a life and trauma coach along with many years of life experience to her coaching offerings. She partners with individuals, couples, and groups in envisioning their desired life, recognizing the challenges and obstacles, and exploring the means to achieve it. She creates a safe environment, free of judgement, that presents individuals the space for deeper explorations.
She is noted for her easy going personality and witty sense of humor.
Susan was fortunate to co-created and co-facilitated two virtual group pilot programs; one addressing women and sobriety, and the other on PTSD with civilians and military. This experience was a huge eye opener for all involved. The greatest takeaway was the prevalence of trauma, along with the subtle and substantial impact it has in our lives.
“Forces beyond your control can take away everything you possess except one thing, your freedom to choose how you will respond to the situation.” -----Viktor E. Frankl
A lifetime dedicated to volunteering for various nonprofits groups, Susan’s most recent work include a spokesperson with the Sacramento American Heart Association/Go Red For Women, and assisting patients in the cardiac care unit at Sutter Hospital. Susan recently was appointed to the Patient Family Advisory Council (PFAC) Sutter Roseville Medical Center.
Susan was born and raised a farmer’s daughter in a small farming community. She and her ex-husband have a family farming operation along with their children.
Susan has been blessed with one grown daughter, two sons, and four beautiful grandchildren. Susan’s free time is centered around her family and bulldog, Willie.
Susan’s why is to find meaning and purpose in her life, and to help others find meaning and purpose in theirs.
Julie Paige, PCC, TICC California USA
Julie Paige is an International Coaching Federation PCC Certified Life & Success Coach and a TICC (Trauma Informed Certified Coach) who works with private clients and in group workshops to support people in creating their Most INSPIRED Life. In a safe and judgement free zone, Julie’s clients explore a totally new way of being in the world that has the power to manifest boundless possibility in their lives. Through a strong partnership of guidance, curiosity, and reflection, Julie’s clients learn how to get clear on their “dream life” vision, how to remove negative behavioral and thought patterns that aren’t serving this higher vision, and how to establish powerful practices and action steps to maximize their results and infuse their lives with authentic joy, abundant opportunity, and wholehearted living!
Julie began this journey toward more wholehearted living decades ago as a “student of life,” inspired by such wellness leaders as Eckhart Tolle, Tony Robbins, Brene Brown, Byron Katie, and her hero, Oprah Winfrey. Before becoming a coach, Julie was a client of coaching, herself. In just her first 6 months of having access to this work, she made powerful internal shifts in how she was showing up in her life, which led to her tripling her income goals at her business while cutting her work schedule in half! These shifts also generated massive opportunity for more meaningful relationships with loved ones, gracefully releasing toxic relationships and replacing them with inspiring new friendships, much needed downtime, and renewed travel adventures. Realizing how paramount her experience had been, she then made the exciting decision to enroll in Accomplishment’s Coaching’s renowned international ICF/ACTP Coaches Training Program and later Moving the Human Spirit’s enriching Trauma Informed Coaching Certification Program.
Today, Julie has a successful and heart-based coaching business with a diverse and world wide client list. She’s also the owner of Inspire Dance Studio in Los Angeles, which offers cutting-edge dance training in a positive self-esteem building environment for kids and teens ages 3-18. (www.inspire-dancestudio.com) . Additionally, she’s working on co-authoring the book Train Your Brain For Happiness with Train Your Brain author, Corinne Gediman, who has published 6 other Train Your Brain books. However, her most proud accolade is being a brand new mom to her magical daughter, Vivia Bliss, and her fur-baby (dog), Sky Rue.
Due to the powerful work of life coaching, Julie’s life is now infused with a freedom and balance that enriches each day and nourishes her soul in such profound ways. She’s highly motivated and dedicated to supporting her clients in empowering themselves to create their Most INSPIRED Life. She would love the opportunity to partner with YOU!
Emmy Marie, TICC, NARM level 1 Oregon USA
Emmy Marie is a certified trauma-informed life coach specializing in helping clients create thriving lives and relationships after trauma. As an abuse survivor herself, Emmy understands the devastation trauma can have on our lives and is committed to helping as many people access their power and heal from trauma as possible. Working with Emmy means having a knowledgeable and compassionate support system on your side as you transform your life into something in alignment with your unique values and goals.
The mission of Emmy Marie Coaching is to help trauma survivors own their truth, reject toxic shame, and create joyful relationships and lives despite having a painful past. The obstacles of living with unresolved trauma running the show can be devastating: from constant self-doubt and imposter syndrome to repeatedly chasing after emotionally unavailable partners or settling for crumbs in relationships to feeling lost and controlled by the past.
Emmy values empowerment, compassion, integrity, authenticity, and growth, and she brings these values into her work as a coach, educator, speaker, and community leader. After experiencing first-hand how being kind and gentle with herself is a radical act after abuse, she grounds all of her client work in non-judgment, kindness, and empathy. When we learn to be patient and compassionate with ourselves, we are much more likely to accommodate our needs and achieve the results we dream of - in every area of our lives.
You can find Emmy exploring the Pacific Northwest, reading books, dancing, or making some gluten-free cookies in her free time.
Are you interested in working with Emmy?
Emmy creates a variety of offers to reach as many people as possible, including 1:1 private trauma-informed life coaching, group programs, self-paced courses, and a monthly membership community. Learn about all her offers or follow her on Instagram.
Miranda Wise, CPO, TICC Wisconsin, USA
Miranda is a childhood trauma survivor diagnosed with ADHD. For over a decade, she’s been on an inner work journey and working as a professional organizer. As an organizer, she helps multi-passionate clients reclaim the spaces they live and work in, as well as mange their time, tasks & projects with more intention and peace. She also delivers productivity presentations and workshops for businesses and schools.
Her passion for creating organizing & productivity systems comes from the desire to support others in getting to what matters most with more ease and less overwhelm. After years of this work, she saw over and over that having clarity around your priorities and meeting yourself where you are is required for those systems to provide the desired results. That, along with her own trauma healing work, inspired Miranda to pivot the focus of her work towards trauma-informed coaching and no longer offer in-person organizing.
Though ADHD makes prioritizing challenging in some specific ways, she’s learned through her own journey that having more clarity & peace around your authentic self and values brings deep clarity & peace around your priorities on a daily, micro level. Yet trauma from childhood can make it surprisingly hard to recognize or connect with our authentic selves. Miranda believes that when we deeply know, and are able to show love to, all parts of ourselves, we can make conscious choices from that place to create the life we really want.
Miranda’s services include life coaching, virtual organizing, presenting and conducting workshops for groups, and Chinese astrology birth chart (BaZi – pillars of destiny) readings. She enjoys making music, playing board games, and being in nature with her husband, daughter, and fluffy white dog.
Her credentials include:
- Certified Professional Organizer® (CPO) through the Board of Certification for
- Trauma-Informed Certified Coach (TICC) through Moving the Human Spirit
- Three Level 1 Certificates from the Institute for Challenging Disorganization:
Basic ADD Issues, Chronic Disorganization, and Student Needs & Learning Styles
- BFA in Advertising from Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA
Janet M Little, ACC, TICC Alberta, Canada
Janet has always had a heart for people who want more in life but may not know how to go about it. Her kind, gentle, no-nonsense approach leaves you feeling “there is a way, and I have a plan.” Janet’s faith, experiences, training, studies in business, and death and dying have developed her and prepared her to be the coach that she is today.
She brings with her 16 years of experience and training as an active Victim Services advocate with the RCMP in Alberta Canada.
As a coach, an advocate, an author of her own story, and a speaker she will encourage you to live in the peace, joy and freedom that is intended for each of us “in spite of” what has happened to us, by us, or around us.
Janet’s interests lie in coaching individuals, couples and groups on any topics pertaining to their personal lives, goals and dreams. Her purpose in crisis and calm is to share and help others see light, whatever that looks like to them.
Kate MacGowan, TICC United Kingdom & Portugal
Kate has a professional background in business development, fundraising, and consultancy. Her love of coaching began in these areas, and she now coaches individuals and SMEs in developing their businesses.
Kate´s passion is working with clients who have experienced trauma and advising organizations working in that arena. Kate is a trauma informed coach (TICC) with accreditation through Moving the Human Spirit, and she is in the process of obtaining her ACC credential via the International Coaching Federation.
Kate is also an Associate and an Associate Advisor for Business Development for Moving the Human Spirit.
Kate´s interest in understanding and working with the military began in 2011, focusing on the effects of PTSD on those serving, having served, and their families.
She was seconded to work on an international $200 million legacy project for the late Duke of Westminster. As a result, the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) now serves the needs of serving members of the Armed Forces.
In addition, she also fundraised for the Special Boat Service Association (SBSA) and has a deep understanding of the special forces and the needs of their members and families.
Through experiencing personal trauma and having fundraised for those in the special forces and military, Kate’s passion is to assist and enable those who have survived a traumatic event or events to move from surviving to thriving.
Her time now is focused and committed to working in these fields both through coaching and raising awareness.
Kate is based in the UK and Portugal and has volunteered with the Portuguese Association for Victims of Violent Crime (APAV) and Safe Communities Portugal.
Calvalyn Day, MsEd, TICC, CCFP Indiana, United States
Calvalyn is a Restorative Life Coach who is certified in Trauma-Informed coaching. Calvalyn’s passion is helping women who pride themselves on getting things done recognize their own strength after surviving trauma, toxic environments and chronic stress. She works holistically to help her clients see the full potential in their present so they can choose their own path to the future they desire. Focused on partnering with clients, her approach to healing utilizes a culturally competent and strength-based approach.
Calvalyn finds great joy in helping clients who have experienced race-based traumatic stress, generational trauma and familial wounds. As a former teen parent, who understands many of the challenges experienced by her clients, Calvalyn is committed to providing the safe space where her clients can gain the clarity and confidence they desire.
With over 20 years of experience in and around the educational world, Calvalyn’s talents for helping her clients expand their perception of what is possible in their own lives carries over into the coaching world. She currently provides individual, group and corporate coaching sessions to meet you where you are and help you get where you want to be.
Calvalyn's training includes:
Trauma Informed Coaching Certification (TICC) from Moving the Human Spirit
Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional
M.S. in Educational Counseling from Indiana University
Miriam Njoku, TICC, HNCP Quebec, Canada
Miriam hid in shame for years, blaming herself and hiding who she was. She feared rejection, used her achievements to try to escape her past, hid her feelings and suffered from imposter syndrome. When a therapist told her she was suffering from the after effects of trauma a few years ago, she learnt more about trauma and decided to change career paths and become a Trauma Informed Coach. Miriam is also a Holistic Narrative Career Counsellor.
Miriam lived in different countries and combines her rich life experience and training to help her clients. She can provide coaching in French and English. She has a real passion for helping others through coaching uncover what could be holding them back. She works with people who have been through trauma and who are ready to create a present and future that is more joyful and in alignment with who they truly are.
Chelsea Bennett, TICC Colorado, United States
Chelsea is a Certified Trauma Informed Life Coach and Breathwork Guide offering embodied healing to those ready to reclaim their life after trauma. Her approach to healing trauma is holistic and utilizes a variety of modalities to create deep and personalized support for her clients. She provides space for clients to process their felt experience, make sense of their story, and explore their potential. Together, Chelsea works in partnership with her clients to create tools to live a meaningful life and achieve their goals.
Having worked through her own traumas, Chelsea is passionate about providing support and safe care to her clients. She feels that no one should ever have to feel alone and the path to healing doesn’t have to be defined by grit and struggle, but rather can be one of compassion and support.
Chelsea's training includes:
Emma Maslin, TICC Bucks, United Kingdom
Emma is a financial coach and mentor in the UK and Founder of the multi-award-winning personal finance education website The Money Whisperer.
Emma believes financial health and wellbeing aren't a luxury just for the wealthy; it's a basic need for all of us. The thing is, 80% of feeling good about your financial situation is in the emotional relationship you have with money, and only 20% relates to having the practical know-how around how to manage it. Crucially, very few of us have healthy beliefs around money communicated to us in our formative years, which impacts our relationship with money as adults. We still live in a world where money is a dirty subject!
Childhood traumas - including the death of a parent, parental divorce, loss of a parent's job - were recurring themes that kept showing up with Emma's clients. This prompted her to train as a trauma-informed coach to serve her clients better and facilitate breaking the trans-generational patterns of unwanted money behaviors.
She is passionate about empowering people to take control of their financial situation by helping them master the two symbiotic components of money; the emotional and the practical. She equips them with a deep understanding of their unique relationship with money and teaches them practical guidance and tools to effectively manage and grow their money.
Emma holds the following accreditations:
● Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner
● TimeLine Therapy™ Practitioner
● Trauma-Informed Certified Coach (TICC)
● Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Practitioner
● Sacred Money Archetypes™ Coach
Antonia Dolhaine, TICC British Columbia, Canada
Antonia is a Multimedia artist, coach & facilitator. As a trauma survivor and former Cirque du Soleil acrobat, She ran away from the circus to help you run towards yourself.
She is a certified trauma informed coach and current BA Psychology major with a double minor in Religion and Art History at Queens University. Professionally, Antonia has the privilege of helping elite athletes and creative industry professionals with histories of trauma improve their relationships and build safety within the home of their bodies.
Antonia takes a holistic approach to work with codependency. Holding compassionate space, she partners with her clients as they tend to each sphere in their lives where attachment wounds interrupt their flow, allowing them to step fully into self-expression.
No dress code, no spiritual bypassing, no bs. In this space, you're invited to show up without judgment as your whole hot mess of a self.
Marisa Delizo, TICC California, USA
Marisa is a trauma-informed life coach with a mission to empower survivors of covert childhood abuse to reclaim their birthright of self-love and compassion. From her own experience with depression, suicidality, and self-healing, Marisa is passionate about mental health and inner child healing, reparenting, and inner critic/perfectionism work. She deeply understands the impact covert abuse (emotional and mental abuse) can have on one’s perceived self-esteem, self-worth, and self-talk and how these things can fuel an overachieving perfectionist mindset. As an inner dialogue coach, Marisa helps her clients shift from hyper self-criticism to an abundance of self-compassion, which becomes compassion for the external world and ripples into a sense of inner peace.
In October of 2019, Marisa started an Instagram page @littlebent_notbroken with the sole purpose of helping at least one person feel seen and heard and less alone. She had no idea it would explode into the community it is today nor become the hub of her coaching business. After suffering major burnout and reconciling her relationship between her sense of worth and work, Marisa realized she COULD follow her dreams of making a positive impact in the world and decided to make a career pivot toward life coaching. She received her Trauma-Informed Coaching Certification through Moving the Human Spirit in April 2021 and is currently working toward her ACC ICF accreditation.
She is currently taking on clients for monthly containers or on a per-session basis.
Ronna Hope Warsh, TICC Ontario, Canada
Ronna has worked in non-profit agencies, as well as in both front-line and senior management roles at the municipal and provincial levels of government. She has collaborated effectively with agencies that provide health care, child welfare, employment, social housing, developmental services, early years, and children’s mental health services. Ronna was the Community Development and Health Commissioner for the City of Windsor, where she was responsible for 850 staff and a budget of $250 million. In this role, she successfully secured millions of dollars from senior levels of government which helped to build better communities for people living in Windsor- Essex.
Ronna is an authentic leader who acts with integrity and is passionate about developing effective leaders who build positive cultures in their workplaces. She has mentored and developed many leaders and established strong collaborative teams who worked with her to improve service delivery for vulnerable people.
Ronna was the founding President of the Windsor Family Health Team and served a three-year term as President of the Windsor Jewish Community Centre and Federation. In 2014, she was appointed to the Ontario College of Teachers as a Board member. She understands and appreciates the governance responsibilities of Boards.
Ronna has a coaching certificate from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and has provided coaching to many employees and leaders. Her clients report increased leadership effectiveness, and many attained promotions as a result of working with her. She also provides effective interview coaching with an 85% success rate.
She is certified to administer a 360 Leadership Assessment and a tool to assess organizational culture. Recently, she received a Trauma Informed Certification and is now working with some individuals who are experiencing trauma in the workplace and/or in their lives, helping them to move towards healing and overall well-being.
Ronna loves to express her creativity through art and gardening. When it is safe to do so, Ronna hopes to continue exploring different cultures through travel. She cherishes her family and friends and loves to spend time with them.
Kim Kristenson-Lee, ACC, TICC, Art of Convening™ California, United States
MAIR, Certified Trauma Informed Coach, Art of Convening™ Certified Convening Leader
MA (Industrial Relations), BA (Psychology, minor Business)
Mastery Teacher – Integral Transformative Practices International
Faculty – Mastering Convening, Faculty – Whole Person Leadership for Women
Faculty – Integral Leadership, Certified – Hogan Leadership Assessment
Certified – 16 Personality Factor Assessment
Kim offers coaching for individuals, couples, and teams, with an emphasis on strengthening people’s ability to connect, engage and collaborate. In a safe and compassionate environment, you’ll be invited to re-envision your future, remove self-limiting beliefs, untangle challenges, and make progress at crossroads, at a pace that’s right for you. Kim is inspired by the dramatic changes she sees as people discover that growth is not only possible, but likely with the right support.
Kim is an ICF-Credentialed Coach (ACC), a Trauma-Informed Certified Coach, and an Art of Convening™ Certified Convening Leader. She owns Labyrinth Leadership Group, LLC, in Sonora, California, and serves as Director of Coaching for The Center for Purposeful Leadership in Minneapolis.
Prior to coaching, Kim spent 25 years in the energy industry at Chevron as a leader in people development, talent management, and human resources. She believes an integral approach that unifies all significant facets of your life toward your desired outcomes is essential to true development. Kim emphasizes the positive physiology of performance using three building blocks:
• Create safety (I am safe).
• Foster appreciation (I am valued).
• Invite discovery (I am learning).
Outside of coaching, Kim is raising two teenaged sons and exploring trails in the Sierra Nevada region of California.
Tess Williams, ACC, BSc, TICC Surrey, United Kingdom
Tess is highly skilled and experienced coach, specializing in wellbeing, confidence, and trauma recovery. She is very down to earth and build positive rapport with clients easily. Working with clients from all cultures and backgrounds, and supporting them to overcome hurdles and move forward with their lives.
Tess has a particular interest in working with those from the social, health and international aid sectors. With 23 years’ experience in humanitarian response, she understands some of the challenges that can arise in these professions; the scope and gravity of the work, the intensity of the environment and experience, and the balance with personal life. She has coached aid workers, teachers and health workers with great success. She tailor's her coaching to the needs of the client, using a range of approaches, drawn from a breadth of study and experience.
She holds the following coaching qualifications and accreditations:
Keybi Guan, TICC Ontario, Canada
Keybi believes wisdom and knowledge come from the daily living experience in life, and the same wisdom and knowledge can be shared that it also can enable people to connect as well as to develop practice to overcome pain, struggle and challenge.
Keybi is a certified trauma informed coach with a passion for learning and growth. A lot of the work he does is about education, development, creativity and change. He sees pain, struggle and challenge as a learning opportunity where people can gain a valuable experience to learn about themselves as well as the relationship they have with the world for healing and thriving. Keybi promotes trauma-informed leadership, and he offers empowering encouragement and coaching support to people, who want to have new experiences, see new possibilities, find new discoveries, and accomplish new achievements.
Keybi is currently working toward his ICF accreditation. His coaching support can be conducted in three different languages: English, Cantonese and Mandarin. He appreciates the beauty in the arts and nature, at the same time, he enjoys intellectual and philosophical conversation.
Kimberly Maine, BA, TICC British Columbia, Canada
Kimberly is a compassionate and heart centered Trauma-Informed Coach whose passion is helping people cope, heal and flourish from their traumatic/stressful experiences and create their most purposeful, empowered, and healthy lives through coaching and movement therapy. I help my clients explore the landscape of their own stories and create a healthy relationship with themselves so they can know themselves as peaceful, complete, whole, and safe.
As someone that has experienced and healed from mental health challenges, she understands the importance of creating safety and a strong partnership with her clients. She helps her clients learn how to get clear on their strengths, health, and wellbeing goals, remove negative thought patterns, and establish powerful wellbeing practices and action steps that maximize potential and generate powerful results.
I know that no single approach is the right one for every individual, and so I have been trained in a range of modalities including Trauma Informed Coaching, Therapeutic Yoga and Movement Therapy. My educational background includes a BA in Health and Recreation Education, 500HR Registered Yoga Teacher (Specializing in Mental Health) and Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology Certified Personal Trainer.
Ewa Zielinska, TICC Warsaw, Poland
Ewa’s healing journey started over a decade ago when she realized a need for change after her anxiety neurosis started interfering with the quality of her life.
Searching for help led her to cognitive behavioral and body-centered therapies, shamanic medicine, hypnotherapy, and energy psychology, to name a few. Her journey of self-healing and exploration became a professional interest, leading her to pursue relevant studies and training.
She is passionate about helping people become the person they want to be and create the future they envision for themselves.
Robin Hayley, TICC British Columbia, Canada
Robin is a Trauma-Informed Certified Coach with a passion for helping people overcome unwanted beliefs, thought patterns and PTSD that have developed following trauma and other hurts in our lives.
She brings personal experience combined with a deep love for helping people to her coaching practice and meets her clients with a judgment-free and safe space to explore and step into their true potential. Your life of Freedom and Authenticity awaits!
Ana-Alicia Montano, MA, ACC, TICC Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies
Ana studied at the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) where she earned her Masters degree in East-West Psychology. In addition, she has been certified by the ICF as an Associate Certified Coach and to add to her diverse repertoire, she is currently on route to become a certified Hakomi practitioner.
With Ana’s background, she uses a myriad of techniques that is drawn from multiple disciplines to guide her clients on a journey to embody their best self. She facilitates growth through this deep journey so that her clients can realize her potential, reframe limiting beliefs, align with their values, expand their consciousness, and transform as they reach their goals.
Kathleen Mitchell, TICC, ACC California, United States
Kathleen developed her passion for coaching and diversity while leading multinational technology teams in the corporate world. With the heart of servant-leadership and having seen and experienced personal trauma at home and in the workplace, she has become a trauma informed certified coach to truly empower her clients to be resilient and thrive in today's world. In addition, she holds the credential of Associate Certified Coach through the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and serves as a board member with her local ICF chapter.
She specializes in coaching individuals that have experienced trauma and are ready to move past the trauma into joy. She also coaches teams and their leaders to help them build better relationships and thrive in their complex and continuously changing environments.
Amy Tuccio, MS, TICC, CPCC, ACC Pennsylvania, United States
Amy is a heart centered coach whose passion is in empowering people to live their most fulfilled lives. She specializes in resiliency coaching and leadership development. As someone that has experienced and healed from childhood trauma, she understands the importance of creating safety and is on a mission to empower her clients to thrive.
Amy studied organizational leadership (MS) and business and coaches emotional intelligence and leadership trainings. Amy is a certified Co-Active coach and a certified trauma informed coach. She also has 10 years of corporate experience in leadership and program management. You can contact Amy at the following links.
Laura Ashley Purslow, TICC, Addiction Recovery Facilitator Ontario, Canada
Laura has worked as a healthcare professional for over 12 years. She has won awards for her commitment to impacting her community, providing education and awareness around bullying to adolescents and youth. She facilitates online peer support groups for individuals in recovery and works with clients one on one offering a coaching partnership supporting those who are in trauma or addiction recovery.
In addition to certification as a Trauma-Informed Coach, she is passionate about showing others how to live their best life physically, emotionally, and mentally by making healthier choices. Her passion is in providing a safe and trusting space for her clients allowing healing and creating breakthroughs in transforming their lives.
You can contact Laura to set up a FREE 20 MINUTE CONSULTATION to discover if this coaching partnership is a good fit for you or your company!
Wendy Fortune, MA, ACPC, PCC, TICC Ontario, Canada
Wendy earned a BA from Brock University in Psychology, completed a Master’s Degree in Administrative Science and Business from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, became a Certified Professional Coach through Adler International Learning and the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Wendy further specialized in Trauma Informed Coaching with Moving the Human Spirit and the ICF. She is a registered Consultant in the Birkman Personality Assessment (www.Birkman.com) and formerly a Certification Examiner with Adler International Learning.
With a background in Vocational Guidance, Executive Search, Counselling, HR Consulting and Coaching, Wendy has the ability to offer a broad range of services to her clients. Wendy’s renowned reputation and success in working specifically with both trauma clients and youth makes her a frequent choice of survivors, therapists, legal professionals and parents. In 2013 Wendy’s work with PACT, an organization dedicated to empowering marginalized youth, was honoured through the International Coaching Federation’s prestigious Prism Award.
It’s not all about where you got your training or what your credentials are. It’s also about who the coach is when they are with their clients. Wendy brings not only her experience and knowledge to the coaching process but her easily perceptible, genuine caring about what really matters to her clients. She is targeted but supportive, focused but transparent. She will challenge, question and uphold commitment and accountability, while maintaining a strength-based focus. Wendy offers her clients a range of services and expertise to meet their individual needs. It is within this trusting, supportive and non-judgmental environment that her clients are empowered to bring about the change they most desire.
Anshu Stephen, BBSc, TICC Alberta, Canada
Anshu (pronounced “Unshu”) means “ray of light” in Hindi. She/Her. I grew up in India, Malaysia, Cambodia and here in Canada and carry a strong passion for people and communities to truly flourish in an intentional diverse village. I have been working in the coaching professional since 2012. I believe every story is relevant and powerful. I have worked from this foundational perspective in my nine years of human services work in various different programs and non- profit organizations contributing towards self-sufficient and consistently thriving individuals.
I founded Fill your Jar coaching to continue learning and understanding your story: then together building consistent Resilience, Purpose, Freedom and Success in all Psychosocial, Emotional, Spiritual, and Cultural being of a person.
My Approaches: Strength-based and Solution-focused.
My Services: Trauma-informed Coaching, Cultural identity Coaching and Attachment Coaching.
My Mission: A whole, empowered, connected and healthy person.
Wendy Jans, MEd., TICC Washington, United States
Wendy has a background in Child Psychology and Early Childhood Development. She has spent the last 20 years supporting families, early childhood and infant mental health professionals as a coach, mentor, and consultant. Wendy currently teaches at the University of Washington (UW), in the UW Certificate in Practice-Based Coaching. She has extensive experience in coaching clients to develop collaborative goals and action plans that lead to achievement of personal and professional goals.
Wendy recently completed the ICF accredited - Trauma Informed Coaching Certification with MTHS. Her passion is in supporting clients who have experienced trauma by offering a coaching partnership that provides a safe space for exploration and healing. You can contact Wendy via e-mail to set up the first session to see if there is a good fit for a coaching partnership to begin.
Judy York IMC, PCC, TICC Maryland, United States
Judy York, combines her experience as a former Inc. 500 CEO with one of the most advanced maps of transformation ever created to help entrepreneurs and executives of growing companies transform themselves into better leaders. As a leadership coach, she helps clients name and transcend their reactive tendencies and limiting belief systems, often rooted in traumas, that keep them from fully embodying their leadership potential. Grounded in Integral Theory, she works from a holistic model of how change occurs – considering not only her clients and the unique way they move in the world, but also who and what supports them in the ever-changing landscape they operate in.
In her coaching programs, Judy works with clients to develop a clearer understanding of where they are and a vision of where they long to be while co-creating a path to build the muscles they need to embody this new vision. In addition to certification as a Trauma-Informed Coach, Judy is certified as an Integral Master Coach™, through Integral Coaching Canada, and as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), through the International Coach Federation. She is also a certified practitioner of The Leadership Circle Profile™ and Collective Leadership Assessment™.
Pauline Melnyk CMP, CPHR, PCC, TICC Alberta, Canada
Highly influential coach and change advisor, with success developing as an Accredited Trauma Informed Coach (T.I.C.C.), Positive Psychology and Enhanced Narrative Coach Practitioner. Pauline is a Change Management Specialist and Action Learning Coach, Accredited Trainer and Certifier of Change Management, Experience Workplace Fairness Analyst and Workplace Restoration, Organizational Learning and Leadership Development (Workplace Competency Assessment, TheoryU & System Thinking Practitioner and Sustainable Leadership Development) and an Enhanced Practitioner of Positive Psychology and Narrative Coaching.
As a certified coach Pauline enjoys working with with individuals, corporate leaders, physicians and other professionals who want to be at their best so they can enhance their performance create balance, wellness and a path forward. As a member or associate of nearly a dozen professional organizations; change and human behaviour are a constant focus in her business and personal pursuits. As Coach and Director and Accredited Trainer for Melnyk Consultancy Ltd she utilizes tools and approaches in coaching formed from positive psychology, trauma-informed and action learning. Pauline is also a Certified Workplace Fairness Analyst who restores wellness in the capacity of teams and leaders overcoming resistance to change with a focus on engagement, equity, diversity and inclusion. She is a Leader and Practitioner of Group Coaching in Change, Career and Education Navigation, Trilotherapy, Mindfulness, Regenerative Leadership and Action Learning. It all starts with an understanding that our resilience, happiness and well-being fuel our positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning and achievement for performance and success.
Isabelle St-Jean RSW, PCC, RTC, TICC British Columbia, Canada
Isabelle St-Jean, is a Registered Social Worker, Professional Certified Coach with International Coach Federation accreditation (since 2014), a Certified Retirement Coach, and a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor. She is also the author of Living Forward Giving Back: A Practical Guide to Fulfilment in Midlife and Beyond. Since 2009, she has led seminars coast to coast and internationally for professional communities and has provided consulting, counselling, coaching, and mentoring to numerous individuals and executives helping them with their workplace or personal challenges and career development. She is the initiator and co-author of two award-winning anthologies: Einstein’s Business: Engaging Soul, Imagination and Excellence in the Workplace and Audacious Aging. As former member of the BC Human Resources Management Association, Isabelle has, for 7 years, contributed her knowledge to HR professionals, consultants, and coaches through the publication of numerous articles in the PeopleTalk magazine.
Joanne Williams MA, ECPC, Energy Intuitive, TICC North Carolina, United States
Transmuting loss and grief is my earth assignment. When I radiate the message, "you can move through this", it comes from a deep place in me. Collaboratively, we uncover Soul perspectives that nurture clarity, peace, and confidence for moving into your Now moment.
Shereen Hirbod BCHN, CHHC, TICC California, United States
I am a Board Certified Holistic Nutritionist, BCHN ™, Certified Holistic Health Coach, and now Trauma Informed Coach. There are many ways in which trauma can manifest and one of those is through ill health.
I believe the root causes of many health problems often lie in the somatic retention of trauma. I work with people to get to the bottom of these root causes. Through support from a holistic perspective including mind, body and spirit I help clients regain their best health. Optimal health stems from the equilibrium of the human state.
Casey Gransden HR, TICC Ontario, Canada
I am a Human Resource Manager with the Legacy of Hope Foundation. I stand on a platform strong community and social services. My work has been primarily in Nonprofit Organizations, Charity Work, Role Modeling, and Self-management. I have completed Trauma Informed Coach Training and have received my certification. My vision is for equality and kindness in human interaction.
Tina Kirschner B.The., Grief Recovery Specialist®, TICC Alberta, Canada
Tina Kirschner is first a wife, and second a mother to five beautiful children. Growing up in a very unsafe environment, she experienced profound and persistent loss early on, and because of that childhood trauma, she has a heart to journey with people who have also lost. To this end, she has found herself either helping or learning how to help others, in countries such as the United States, Mexico, and Uganda, in addition to home here in Canada. She has helped deliver guest content at the University of Winnipeg on Trauma and Recovery. She is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute, Certified Trauma Informed Coach and currently certifying in Marriage coaching. She comes with a willingness to be honest, approachable, and to share with you what she has been given.