The Big Picture of You

Sometimes it can feel like you have to seperate what you think from what you feel. The thing is, emotion and thought are all a part of who you are..

Yes, you can have feelings that are fleeting and random, but your emotions have memory and are connected to early cognitive messages. So emotions are actually neural information.

What do your feelings tell you about who you are?

I work with:
  • Women and couples
  • Professional providers in law, medicine and business

Speaking Information

What's An Attorney To Do When Suppressing Your Feelings Can Hurt You More Than Help You?
  • South Carolina School Boards Association
  • August 28, 2015: Myrtle Beach,
I’m Feeling So Emotional: Cognitive Tools for Attorneys
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • February 24, 2015: Columbia
Managing Your BrainStorm
  • Office of General Counsel: University of South Carolina Children’s Law Center
  • February 21, 2014: Columbia
I’m Feeling So Emotional: Cognitive Tools for Attorneys
  • South Carolina Bar Association and the Charleston School of Law
  • February 27, 2014: Charleston
Managing Your BrainStorm
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • December 1, 2013: Columbia
Cognitive Tools to Help Lawyers Manage Emotional Depletion
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • October 16th, 2013: Columbia
Cognitive Behavioral Techniques in Emotionally Charged Situations
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • October 9 & November 5, 2013: Columbia
Cognitive Tools to Help Lawyers Manage Emotional Suppression
  • North Carolina Association of Defense Lawyers
  • June 13, 2013: Hilton Head
Suppressing Emotion and Anxiety
  • American Board of Vocational Experts
  • April, 2013: Scottsdale, Arizona
Just the Facts Ma'am: Using Your Emotional Brain
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • February 15, 2013: Columbia
How Suppressing Your Emotions Can Lead to Anxiety
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • November 16, 2012: Columbia

 

HeartSpa

I created the Heart Spa because I wanted to change the way women receive health information – to be more in sync with the way they learn. Using a word women get, “Spa,” I combined a mini-spa experience with insights into specific emotions that have an effect on heart functioning.

At the 2012 Heart Spa, I met a woman I’ll never forget As we walked across the room she said, “my work let me off to come here tonight. I’ve lived through cancer and a heart attack and I’ve always worked for other people; I’ve never had a massage.” I could feel the tears welling up in my eyes. She’s why I do this.

These are pictures from the Columbia Heart Spa Event, 2010