My background is in Psychology and Human Sexuality. I came from a conservative, Catholic upbringing and was always fascinated by the "female taboo", specifically anything related to human sexuality and lifting heavy ass weights. Before I became a coach, I was a sex educator, personal trainer, and competitive powerlifter. I still am to this day!
I am currently completing my Master's in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Sex Therapy. What pushed me to become a sex & relationships coach was the realization that many individuals that I come across often have trouble discussing their sex and relationship needs. Many issues that I hear about don't necessarily require sex therapy, but instead a reframe of the harmful, shame-filled, socially constructed mental frameworks around sex that we grew up with. Many issues simply need a safe, non-judgmental space to discuss these "taboo" thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Also, the fact that JRNI has some of the most brilliant coaches and mental health professionals on their team was another factor that pushed me towards finally becoming a coach!
I browsed the web and asked peers and realized after much researching that JRNI has the most solid foundation for training coaches. Not only is JRNI ICF accredited, but the training is no joke! This isn't some "weekend course", it is 6 months of committed, brain-swelling training!
JRNI is ICF accredited and I really resonated with the styles of John Kim and Noelle Cordeaux. Also, the intensive training and commitment proved to me that JRNI was truly serious about their training. If I'm going to commit to something, I want to FULLY commit to the BEST!
If I did not go through the JRNI coaching experience, I know I would have still been stuck in a miserable, confusing headspace. I was lost at the time and new I needed to pave a career path for myself that included making my heart happy. I would have 100% regretted it if I did not go through with the JRNI coaching experience.
The time commitment, money, imposter-syndrome feelings
My biggest fear was not being good enough.
I have seen my confidence skyrocket in the coaching realm and my heart grow because of the selfless community behind JRNI. I still have my moments of fear, but the community behind JRNI is incomparable and everyone supports one another whole-heartedly.
I feel more confident and proud of what I do. My heart and my head are both happy. Initially I was nervous to start my own business because I had never done it before, but with the JRNI training, support, and community, I feel...pretty damn GOOD!
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