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Part 2: CUTV News spotlights Dineen Carta of Unveil Your Voice Life Coaching

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Albany, NY – We all have a driving force within us to evolve and grow and ultimately live happy and fulfilling lives. We all have a calling to grow beyond who we perceive ourselves to be. When we follow the path toward what society has told us we should be, we lose contact with our inner voice. Over time, that inner voice becomes quiet if we don’t listen to it.

Dineen Carta is a certified Psychosynthesis Transformational Life Coach and the founder of Unveil Your Voice Life Coaching where she specializes in helping men and women find their authentic, creative, prolific selves.

“I work with people who are questioning their lives half-way through. They’re wondering to themselves, ‘Have I fulfilled what I wanted my life to be?’ I work with them to find their true path today by helping them reconnect with their inner voice.”

Sixteen years ago, Dineen lost her voice. But she didn’t just lose it for a day or even a week; she lost her voice for three entire years. Her specialists at the time said her voice would never return.

But Dineen refused to accept their prognosis. She decided she was going to find a way to heal. In order to speak outward, she turned inward. Dineen realized the key to getting her voice back was to begin sharing herself. Today Dineen has a beautiful voice again and she can help you unveil your own.

“I never appreciated my voice until I lost it,” says Dineen. “Each person has their own unique beautiful path and their own beautiful way of expressing themselves in the world. It’s meant to be heard whatever it is. That’s where the joy is.”

For more information on Unveil Your Voice Life Coaching, visit