Welcome! I’m glad you’re here.
Can you recommend a counselor in Maryville? I get this question a lot because of my former role as a psychology professor. And honestly, the options are slim. Especially if you’re not really looking for mental health therapy.
You’d just like someone to work through life’s challenges with. You don’t need to rehash your past (not that all counselors do that), but would love a coach to support you through the present.
If I know you…
You’re a high school or college student with big dreams, a professional working up the ladder, a mom “balancing” your family and your goals.
You’ve read Brene Brown–and she inspired your first tattoo–or was that just me?!
You listen to Rachel Hollis’ podcast–which kind of inspires you, but sometimes her tough love & lack of consideration for privilege is a little much for you.
You know you’re a badass because you post Jen Sincero quotes. Some days you just need a reminder!
You’ve read (okay, listened to) Tara Mohr’s book Playing Big twice and let out a “damn right” every 5 minutes or so.
Liz Gilbert inspired your own Big Magic.
Glennon Doyle & Abby Wambach’s social media posts are relationship goals.
Hello, Michelle Obama’s Becoming?! So good.
You’re Another Mother Runner, because you’re not going to let your youth sport athlete have all the fun.
And Get Rich, Lucky B*tch has you clearing money blocks & manifesting like a mofo.
It’s possible you’ve even bought an online course or two from any or many of these amazing women. But sometimes it’s difficult to teach yourself all of this best life info while you’re actually trying to live life.
I mean you may have to get kids ready for school or excel in school yourself, go to a soul-crushing (or maybe just challenging) job, try to work out, eat clean, KonMari your house, oh and meditate!
How nice would it be to have someone in your corner who gets it?
Your friends are ah-maz-ing but wouldn’t it be great to have a convo just devoted to you? Like a full 30-minutes dedicated to your hopes, dreams, and challenges. Maybe even some mindset exercises to guide you between sessions as a bonus.
I’ve got you!
Sitting in my KC Sterling Sport Mindset office (which I love–there’s definitely a little city in this small town girl), I thought about how great it would be if NW MO had the same access to services.
So here we are! Back to the question Can you recommend someone in Maryville? Often accompanied by I’d rather not drive to St. Joe or KC.
Yes, yes I can! Let’s do this.
My office is in the Luke Therapy Services building at 200 N. Dewey with 4 other amazing business owners. Serious woman power going on in our space. It’s so awesome.
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What is the significance of Lane 3?
I chose Lane 3 for three reasons.
1) If you’re familiar with track & field, you may know that Lane 3 is one of the faster lanes on the track. If you’re in Lane 3 in sport or in life, things are already going fairly well.
You’re likely seeking coaching to “up your game” in some manner. You may be facing a setback, working through a temporary tough situation, or taking steps/making plans to achieve your goals.
2) Lane 3 offers coaching in 3 areas: Life, Health, & Sport.
3) My college softball number was 3. As athletes, we are connected to our numbers. I don’t know why, but it’s definitely a thing.