InnerAlly Coaching is a customized process to help you analyze and shift the inner voice that holds you back from getting what you want in life.
Are You Really Hard on Yourself?
Learning to be kind and supportive of yourself will help you to reap many impressive outcomes.
Why is Being Hard on Yourself Such a Big Deal?
If you are unable to treat yourself with kindness and support then you might find you have some of the following issues:
Is Coaching Right For YOU?
Grab a coffee and pull up your zoom, because we are going to make this process deep, meaningful, and fun.
The Steps to Get Started
What Clients Are Saying
InnerAlly Coaching is a transformational process.
"Cynthia helped me to reignite my spark, and throughout the coaching process she did so with professionalism, empathy, encouragement, and the added bonus of shared laughter. She is a joy to work with."
"Thank you so much for helping me. What I want to say is so big I can't seem to find adequate words. I was in a bad pit and you reached in and pulled me outta that sucker! One of the main ways was to allow me to acknowledge in a deep deep way that I am good and I need my own compassion."
"Up to now I had not been taught such useful and effective strategies to implement in a stressful situation. Learning how to bring awareness to my suffering was particularly helpful for me, and I felt that Cynthia did a fabulous job of describing the technique and her own experiences with it"
How Does it Work?
What will happen in sessions?
We will meet each week at our agreed upon time for one hour.
We will work to advance to goals you set out in your intake form by using the InnerAlly process.
What Does It Cost?
InnerAlly Personal Coaching Package
An InnerAlly Coaching package is $750 for six one-hour private zoom sessions.
This includes between session practices, meditations, and assignments that we both agree on.
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My Self-Compassion Story
In 2008 I put myself into rehab for alcohol use disorder. The program taught me all about how to not drink and what it was like to have a mental disorder.
The problem was, it did not treat the root cause of my unhealthy drinking, shame. I had just gone through a painful divorce and a period of great loss in my life and I was stuck in shame.
In 2012 I learned that being self-compassionate was the key to my happiness, but I really struggled with how to actually do it. The methods I teach in this course are what I developed for myself to make the practice of self compassion less painful and awkward and totally doable! I used these methods to pull myself out of depression and addiction, and I know that it will bring you life-changing transformation as well.