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Jeannie Epstein’s Love of Serving Others Lead Her to Life Coaching

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/17/20 8:00 AM

“Life Coaching is empowering people to find and live their dreams,” says Jeannie Epstein, a Life Coach and Hypnotherapist, “It is helping people to find their truth and taking that truth and creating a plan so that they can fully embrace all that they are capable of being.”

She chose Southwest Institute of Healing Arts for her education on a recommendation from a friend who had previously graduated from the Life Coaching program: “After doing research of Life Coaching programs online, I found SWIHA to be what I wanted,” she tells us, “I was so impressed with the programs and the instructors.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, national life coaching month

Barbara Hribar Guides Her Clients to See, Say and Do in New Ways

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/16/20 8:00 AM

Life Coaching is a profession that offers adults the opportunity to make a difference in their life,” says Barbara Hribar, a Life Coach and Unity Minister, “It is a way I can guide others to a healthier, happier, more prosperous life. Life Coaching applies to all areas of their life and also to grow and expand in the area of their choice.”

Barbara had explored several options for coaching certification and determined that SWIHA was exactly what she wanted: “It was sold, proven, versatile, affordable and allows me the opportunity to learn how to be a holistic coach integrating body, mind and spirit.”

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Topics: Life Coaching, Spiritual Coaching, national life coaching month, Group Coaching

Tamera Chapman Coaches Healthy Habits and Mindset for Women

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/15/20 8:00 AM

“I love showing women what is possible,” says Tamera Chapman, a SWIHA graduate and Life Coach, “When my client has that life changing ‘a-ha’ moment, I feel so excited for them. Their life is changed forever.”

Before beginning her coaching journey, Tamera was involved with network marketing: “I learned so many valuable tools in that industry,” she explains, “however, something was missing. Most people in network marketing have to talk to hundreds and thousands of people to build a successful business, and while I was able to do that, something did not feel right. I could not figure out how to help the people that ‘slipped through the cracks’. Some would say, ‘They don't want it bad enough’. I just didn't fully believe that. I had to find a way to help the people that didn't know how to help themselves.”

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Topics: Life Coaching, healthy living, national life coaching month, Women's Empowerment

Juan Te Dailey Assists Those ‘Caught in the Gap’ Through Her Non-Profit

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/14/20 8:00 AM

As Juan Te Dailey was working as a staff coordinator, she became introduced to the concept of Life Coaching: “I saw it on a show several years ago and it stayed on my mental ‘shelf’ waiting to be birthed,” she explains.

Once she became immersed in her education during the Life Coaching program at SWIHA, her vision of service became clear: “Most people are like me: they take jobs for security and spend years doing something they hate because it isn’t what they are born to do. Seeing the lightbulb go on is priceless!”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, national life coaching month, Mental Health, Non-Profit

Victor Yarter Coaches First Responders to Have Better Life Balance

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/13/20 8:00 AM

“Life Coaching isn’t therapy or counseling; there isn’t any diagnosis or judgment,” explains Victor Yarter of Victory Coaching, “Coaching can be on personal subjects, or professional. It’s a way of helping you to develop plans, ideas, and concepts that help you to create forward action in your life.”

Before becoming a Life Coach, Victor worked as a Behavioral Health Technician, an Arizona Ranger and owned his own business. After receiving numerous recommendations from friends, he researched the curriculum of the Life Coaching program at Southwest Institute of Healing Arts.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Stress Management, national life coaching month

Colonel Virenda Swarup Inspires Medical Patients to Live Life Fully

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/12/20 8:00 AM

“Life coaching is for anyone who wants to improve an area of their life that is important to them,” explains Virenda Swarup, a SWIHA Life Coaching graduate, “It could be to do with their relationships, job, disturbing/troubling stressful thoughts, self-confidence, lifestyle, sudden transition or anything that is important to the individual in living a more satisfying and creative life.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Alternative Medicine, national life coaching month

Andrea Pohl Uses Intuition And Spirit-Source in Coaching Sessions

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/11/20 8:00 AM

“I love being a Life Coach because I found how to be of service to others in a way that overflows my cup,” says Andrea Pohl, SWIHA graduate and founder of Owl Wisdom Holistic Coaching. She has always been drawn to serving others, and spent a decade in various positions of the restaurant and hospitality industries, an industry she was introduced to while studying Psychology in college.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, national life coaching month, Intuitive Guide

Life Coaching Provides a Balanced and Fulfilled Life for Hali Benson

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/10/20 8:00 AM

“I would define Life Coaching as seeing an individual with unique qualities and abilities, assisting the human in seeing themselves in the same way,” says Hali Benson, SWIHA graduate and founder of Blossom Services, “This then allows them to live according to their highest Self and find the truth they need to be freed to live authentically. As a life coach, I give them tools and accountability to speak and do as they would like to speak and do.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Spiritual Coaching, national life coaching month

Stefanie Booker Atchison Dives Deep with Hypno-Coaching

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/9/20 8:00 AM

Stefanie Booker Atchison came to SWIHA during a difficult chapter of her life: “The economic downturn of the housing/mortgage crisis hurt me like it did a lot of others. It robbed me of my job, my comfortable salary and my home. It took my savings and my self-esteem, too. By the time I made my way to Arizona, I was halfway through my unemployment benefits and working an entry-level position at a local law firm. While I was grateful for the work, I was in an office job that didn't speak to who I was.”

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, national life coaching month, Associates Degree

Life Coach Kay Vallely Emphasizes Empathy When Building Connections

Posted by Taylor Jablonowski on 1/8/20 8:00 AM

“I never felt more at home on a campus, calm, or more intrinsically motivated to learn than at SWIHA,” says Kay Vallely, owner of Revive Coaching, “The lessons I learned are all applicable, meaningful and useful.”

Kay explains that her love of learning ultimately guided her to serve as a Life Coach. She was studying communications and developing her crisis intervention skills while working with family support services.

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Topics: Great Graduates, Life Coaching, holistic entrepreneur, national life coaching month

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