You are a seeker, ready to take your healing journey deeper and awaken to your wholeness. You long for greater intimacy with yourself and in your relationships. You know more satisfying communication and connection is possible with those you love, work with, and engage with.

— I got you.

The things you struggle with; emotional, psychological, or spiritual; your unconscious and bodily responses to stressful or new situations, conflicts with friends and family, and a pattern of difficulty putting your needs first or even knowing what they are. All these things ask for greater awareness, deeper embodiment, and personal-growth — an awakening into your worth.

— I got you.

Through my personal style of attuned and relational coaching, I can help you discover your unique path forward, finding unforeseen treasures along the way. When I facilitate, I listen closely to your experience, connecting deeply with the truth of who you are. I perceive and bring forth your unconscious signals; the experiences, knowledge, and impulses you have yet to become aware of.  Bringing these together, the known and the newly emerging parts of you, creates your personal healing path, your growth, your integration, and finally, your awakening back to wholeness.

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Debra received her coaching certification from the Tony Robbins/Cloé Madanes School for Strategic Intervention with certification in both the 100 and 200-hour programs and with special certification as a Marriage and Relationship Educator. Debra’s additional training and education include certifications as an Art Therapist from The New School, yoga instructor, and meditation teacher through One World Academy in India. Debra's published writing appears on Elephant Journal, Thought Catalog, Medium, Gigantic Sequins, and more.

Besides coaching, you will find Debra writing (poetry is a first love), reading, teaching, hosting talks and workshops, yoga-ing, dancing, painting, sketching, and finally cooking (thank you quarantine).

“When we find ourselves in a midlife depression, suddenly hate our spouse, our jobs, our lives – we can be sure that the unlived life is seeking our attention. When we feel restless, bored, or empty despite an outer life filled with riches, the unlived life is asking for us to engage. To not do this work will leave us depleted and despondent, with a nagging sense of ennui or failure. As you may have already discovered, doing or acquiring more does not quell your unease or dissatisfaction. Neither will “meditating on the light” or attempting to rise above the sufferings of earthly existence. Only awareness of your shadow qualities can help you to find an appropriate place for your unredeemed darkness and thereby create a more satisfying experience. To not do this work is to remain trapped in the loneliness, anxiety, and dualistic limits of the ego instead of awakening to your higher calling.”
― Robert A. Johnson, author and Jungian analyst