Our ability to regulate and master our emotions, or at least our reactions to them, affects our everyday performance, communication skills, executive function, and our ability to:
Ask for promotions and raises
Work well with others
Deliver effective and dynamic presentations
Ask for what we need in relationships
Bond with others
Have effective leadership skills
Make healthy changes in our lives, like diet and exercise
Maintain a healthy work and life balance
Control our anger
Stick with an exercise plan
As a coach, my role is to be your compass and help you navigate this part of your journey. So we’re not going to dwell on your past – you’ve already spent enough time there. Whether you already have specific goals or need to figure that out, I can help you rewrite your story.
I combine my pattern recognition skills with compassion and cognitive-behavioral neuro-coaching to help you find and change the patterns in your communication style that are bringing you pain or frustration.
I am openminded and POC and LGBTQI+ Friendly and POSITIVE!
Coach Training Alliance Certified Coach
Conversational Intelligence® Enhanced Skills Practitioner
Live A New Life Story®Licensed Coach
Arianne (she/her/hers) works with adults interested in improving some aspect of their life. For individuals, this can involve ameliorating the effects of trauma, adapting to transitions such as career change or parenthood, or working with stress, anxiety or depression. For couples, triads, or other relationships, Arianne helps all members find clarity in their communication so that they can have the relationship they want.
How do you craft the story of your life?
We all have stories or patterns that we learned either as children, or developed as we grew up. What stories support your vision?
(“I have a fulfilling relationship,”” I am successful in my career,”” I am a good parent.”)
What other stories might hinder you?
(“I will never be enough,”” it is my fault.”)
Sometimes we may not even hear the stories we tell ourselves, but only feel that something is holding us back. Uncovering that, and crafting the right stories, is key to achieving your goals. We start by finding where contentment or joy may lie for you, strive to understand any obstacles, and discover your strengths to step past them.
Finally, because past experiences feed into our social interactions, the inclusion of current trauma science can deepen our work together. I am trained in the Trauma Resiliency Model (CRM and TRM1) and practice mindfulness-based EMDR.
What stands between you and the life you want to live?
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #114096
(supervised by Eliza Steel, LMFT #107513)