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Turn Your Scars Into Your Superpower with Coaching!

What is Life Coaching?

Life coaching is designed to assist a person in developing strategies and plans to achieve their goals. It also assists people in identifying and removing barriers between them and their goals.

Who is this program designed for?

This program is designed for those who have experienced trauma, are looking to get “unstuck” and live happy, healthy and empowered lives.

She specializes in working with clients who have dealt with trauma (both physical and emotional).

This program is also designed for those who are not achieving their goals (in a timely manner) due to lack of confidence.

Why work with Audra for life coaching?

Audra is a trauma-informed certified life coach and also a burn survivor. As a person who has experienced trauma and was left with physical remnants of it, she was then able to do the work necessary to embrace her scars and become empowered by them. Because of her experience she is able to connect with her clients in a very honest way.

What Do We Believe?

Our theory is that we all have scars (whether visible or invisible) and everything that we have experienced in our lives can serve us in our life’s purpose in a positive way if we know how to view it properly.

The key principles in our method is in providing tools to reinforce:

-Self-Love

-Self-Compassion

-Confidence

-Sense of Purpose

-Personal Fulfillment/Empowerment

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The Effects of Trauma

Physical:

Common physical disorders and symptoms include: Sleep disturbances, Gastrointestinal, Cardiovascular, Neurological, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory and Substance abuse disorders.

Emotional:

Beyond the initial emotional reactions during the event, those most likely to surface include anger, fear, sadness, and shame.

Cognitive:

Cognitive errors: Misinterpreting a current situation as dangerous because it resembles, even remotely, a previous trauma

Excessive or inappropriate guilt: Attempting to make sense cognitively and gain control over a traumatic experience by assuming responsibility or possessing survivor’s guilt, because others who experienced the same trauma did not survive.

Intrusive thoughts and memories: Experiencing, without warning or desire, thoughts and memories associated with the trauma. These intrusive thoughts and memories can easily trigger strong emotional and behavioral reactions, as if the trauma was recurring in the present.

 

Speaking

Topics Include:

  • The Importance of Self- Esteem

  • Embracing Your Scars (Physical and Emotional)

  • Forgiveness of Self and Others

  • How Your Scars Can Empower You

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