Your go-to coach for navigating the neurodivergent journey with humor, heart, and a whole lot of strategic savvy.
YES I AM
I'm a strategic life coach, champion for neurodivergent folks, and all-round problem solver.
With a masters in mental health, a brain that likes to do things its own way (hello, multiple flavors of neurodivergence!) I'm on a mission to help you find and celebrate the real you.
How do I do this? By throwing society's expectations out the window and crafting a life that's as unique as you are.
Life has thrown me a few curveballs - from surviving a roadside bombing in Iraq (yes, you read that right), to a rollercoaster ride with infertility treatments that ended with no kiddos but a ton of resilience.
I've learned firsthand the importance of being intentional with your life choices. And let me tell you, it's not always about picking the path of least resistance.
My jam is helping folks who've realized they're neurodivergent heal from their past, reframe their present, and blaze their own trail forward. I'm all about emotional liberation (who wants to lug around societal baggage, right?) and practical life strategies (think time management, setting boundaries, and avoiding burnout).
And just so we're clear, while I've got the academic credentials and was on the path to become a licensed therapist, I chose a different path. Why? Well, for the sake of my own health, I traded the deep emotional spelunking of therapy for the action-oriented, problem-solving approach of coaching.
I'm not a therapist, but rather a coach who's ready to help you tackle your day-to-day challenges.
So, if you're ready to ditch the beaten path and embrace the road less traveled, I'm here - ready to help.
Let's shake up your world and make it work for you!
"She helpfully encouraged and nudged me along while respecting my pace. Casey invited me to stretch past my comfort zones and built up my confidence with her sincere positive feedback. Accountability is magic when working towards a goal; Casey also brings experience, compassion, empathy, humor, and just the right amount of pep talk."