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Culturally, it is taboo to talk about the Mother- Wound. As a result, many suffer in silence as they try to piece together the pieces of their shattered foundation. But, for many women, this is NO LONGER WORKING.

This comprehensive and transformational Group Coaching program will empower you to Step into HerStory! 

Many women spend their ENTIRE lives dealing with these painful patterns and beliefs that comprise the Mother Wound. They never get to a place to do the deep inner work required to break the Mother Wound's intergenerational patterning, passed down to the next generation. Maybe your mother or grandmother struggled with their painful patterns and low-self concept, which got passed down to you.

If you are ready to break the cycle and begin the journey of emotional recovery, click here to register!

Are you feeling stuck in patterns of self-doubt, self-criticism, and self-sabotage that seem to be holding you back from living your best life? Do you struggle with relationship issues, anxiety, or depression, and wonder if these issues could be linked to unresolved trauma from your past? If so, you're not alone.

Many people, especially women, have experienced what is known as the "mother wound." This refers to the deep-seated emotional pain and trauma that arises from feeling unsupported, unloved, or emotionally neglected by your mother or having a strained or challenging relationship with her.

But there is hope. You can heal the mother wound and move forward with confidence and clarity. In this 8-week group coaching program, you'll work with a skilled and compassionate coach and a community of supportive peers to explore your personal experiences, release emotional blocks, and develop new strategies for building healthy, fulfilling relationships with yourself and others.

Through a combination of group coaching calls, individual exercises, and guided meditations, you'll learn how to:

  • Identify and heal the core wounds that are holding you back

  • Cultivate self-compassion and self-care practices that support your healing journey

  • Set healthy boundaries with your mother and other important people in your life

  • Shift your mindset from self-doubt and criticism to self-love and empowerment

  • Build healthier, more fulfilling relationships with yourself and others

  • And much more.

This group coaching program is designed for anyone ready to do the deep inner work required to heal the mother wound and move forward with greater confidence, clarity, and joy. No matter where you are in your healing journey, you'll find the support, guidance, and community you need to take the next step.

Here's what you'll get when you enroll in this program:

  • 8 weekly 60-minute group coaching calls, where you'll have the opportunity to ask questions, receive personalized coaching and connect with your peers

  • Access to a private online community where you can connect with other members, share your insights and experiences, and receive ongoing support and encouragement

  • A comprehensive workbook with weekly exercises, journal prompts, and meditation practices to support your healing journey

  • And more.

Enrollment in this program is limited to ensure high individual attention and support. To secure your spot, complete the registration form and click the "enroll now" button below and complete the registration form. Once enrolled, you'll receive all the information you need to join the group coaching calls and access the online community.

Investing in your healing is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. If you're ready to take the next step, join us in this powerful and transformative group coaching program. We can't wait to support you on your healing journey.


If you are ready to heal the Mother-Wound, register by clicking HereThis intimate group coaching program runs from May 16th to July 11th. 


*Limited seating

**Payment plans available

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