About Audrey

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I love helping people reduce their stress so they have time and energy to explore what really moves them. For me, pursuing personal growth is the thread that binds my life together. In my teens it was getting myself into counseling. In my twenties I added yoga, dance, and meditation through pursuing a degree in Somatic Studies. In my thirties I worked hard on relationships, boundaries and supporting myself in motherhood with the tools I had gathered over time. Now, in my 40's, I am delighting in diving ever deeper into personal growth as I create safe spaces for others as they too seek deep growth.

I have worn a lot of hats in my life  -  Organizer, Executive Assistant, Stagehand, Mother. Mother has taught me the most by far. Having my daughter expanded my world to encompass a whole new constellation of awareness. 

My daughter’s journey was my introduction to the world of Neurodiversity. It wasn’t until years later that I realized it was my journey too. Along the way I learned that building on her strengths and advocating for accommodations would be the key to the world being accessible to her.

 

She is a teenager now and we’ve switched modes. It’s no longer about me finding the answers for her, rather it is about supporting her as she learns to advocate for and find ways to meet her own needs. This transition, and the desire to help my organizing clients create new habits to support long-term change, led me to coaching. If you are seeking change in your space or your thought process, I’d love to hear from you.

 

When I'm not working with my beloved clients, you might find me in the middle of a giggle fit with a good friend, trading puns with the teenagers who often fill my house, or dancing in my living room.