Practicing Sacred Self-Centeredness through Life’s Big Changes

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Transitions are a natural part of life’s rhythm, yet when we’re in the midst of a big one, we can really get thrown off base. Whether we’re moving through changes in our professional lives (downsizing, new management, retirement) or personal ones (births, deaths, divorce, moving), it helps to know that there’s a predictable path through the swamp! As a Life & Career Transition Coach and Interfaith Minister, I consciously weave a mind/body/spirit thread through all of my work with clients and help them to reframe the change process as a sacred journey. I hope you’ll join us as we explore:

  • The predictable stages of transition and how to manage them
  • The S.E.L.F model of centeredness
  • Powerful, practical tools to engage in the change process

Deborah is a Career/Life Transition Coach & Relationship Coach. She has spent the last 35 years coaching, training and speaking in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, for large corporations and small businesses. After completing her Master’s degree in Psychology and becoming ordained as an Interfaith Minister, she founded her business, Spirited Living™ in 1998. Nowadays, she works with overwhelmed, under-nurtured women (and a few good men!), guiding them through all kinds of life and career transitions so that they can make big changes in their lives and a lasting difference in the world. Deborah offers a number of powerful, structured programs for groups and individuals, and speaks, teaches, and writes on the subjects of women’s empowerment, practical spirituality, radical self-care, conscious relationships, managing life’s big changes . . . to name a few. She’s the author of 2 books – The Authentic Woman PlayBook, and Circle of One: the Art of becoming a Self-centered Woman.

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