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I am a certified life coach through Coach Training Alliance, which is an accredited program by the International Coach Federation. I have a BA Degree in Psychology and a MA in Counseling. I am a personal discovery and transition coach, specializing in helping individuals redefine themselves and restore value to their lives. For years, I've inspired people to move forward in their lives by assisting them in finding direction and purpose in the lives they had while they worked toward achieving the lives they wanted.
As a wife, mother of two and a business owner, I knows first hand that you can have it all if you get clear about what it is you really want and how to get it. With the assistance of a life coach, you can do just that.
To find out more about me and how working together can boost you to overcome the challenges of creating a balanced and prosperous life, go to www.lonetreecoach.com. Sign up to receive "Branch to Branch" the inspiring free newsletter that will help you discover the secrets to transforming your life. Or sign up on my contact page to request an introductory session to experience how coaching can guide you to live the life you want NOW!
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Branch Out is a blog of life's journey for a better way of being. I hope to provide you with food for thought that will help you redefine yourself and restore value to your life.
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