Work with a supportive partner to design your own vision for well-being.
Figure out what you want and need at this phase of your life.
Move through uncertainty with a trusted guide.
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You have quick questions about well-being or coaching...
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Neighborhood Well-Being Coach supporting Sequoia (S), Hyperion (T), Gingko (N), and Wisteria (F)
Specialties/interest areas: Conscious love and relationships, discerning/designing a meaningful life, holistic and collective well-being, life transitions, recovering from perfectionism, undoing performativity (getting real!), self-love and compassion, healthy communication. All other topics also welcome!
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Supporting students connected to community centers and ethnic theme houses
Specialties/interest areas: Neurodiverse Skill Acquisition, Anti-Racist and Anti-Violence Pedagogy, Trauma-Informed and Restorative Justice, Gender and Sexuality Studies, First Generation/Student Education Experience, Student of Color Retention, Disability Justice/Inclusive Pedagogy, Indigeneity, and Community Wellness. All other topics also welcome!
Supporting all graduate students
Specialties/interest areas: Life transitions, sustaining motivation and change, mindfulness-based stress reduction, self-care, self-compassion, identity and navigating cultural differences, healthy relationships and families, and restorative justice practices. All other topics also welcome!
Supporting all First-Gen and/or Low Income (FLI) students
Specialties/interest areas: Reconnecting with the Self; building knowledge of self, trust in self and confidence in self; intergenerational trauma and healing; mixed race identity development; money wounds and financial trauma being low income; hyper-independence being first generation; living in alignment with one’s values; learning to be in right relationship with others; building routines into daily/weekly life; self-compassion and grace; All other topics also welcome!
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