Professional and Personal Life Experiences Are The Best Teachers
(If you'd like to learn more about me then keep reading.)
I've had the pleasure of working as a high school counselor for 10 years. I was knew that helping young people believe in themselves and would lead to a positive outcome. Helping young people improve their grades, attendance, and attitude is something I love to do.
With over 16 years of studies, practicing psychology and utilizing counseling skills, I've used those techniques to help students, parents, and teachers create long-lasting change in their lives.
I was awarded the student-teacher counselor award at my former school. After teachers saw the results students were getting, they started knocking on my door, so I could help them get unstuck, create a clear plan so they could achieve their goals as well.
GRADUATE SCHOOL PROFESSOR
I taught graduate school students at the City University of New York (Lehman College) for four years at the Department of Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education.
I taught the Practicum in Counseling course for four years. One of the things I loved about teaching the Practicum course was helping my students apply theories in practice.
Now, why is this important?
Well, the gap between information and transformation is a big one. Many people can share facts, figure, quotes, and words they've read in a book. But few can help people permanently transform their lives as I do.
I've been blessed with the skills and techniques to help people change their lives in. I help my students become effective counselors so that they too could help their clients change their own lives. I utilize the teach-them-how-to-fish approach.
I'm result-driven and have been so ever since I can remember. I love process, but I enjoy seeing women and girls accomplish their goals, get unstuck, cultivate deeper self-love, and believe in themselves.
For the past few years, I've helped hundreds of women all over the world:
- find their life purpose
- heal emotional wounds
- attract true love
- boost their self-confidence
- achieve their goals
- win at life
Through all my years and experiences coaching youngsters, college professors, and therapists, I learned that they all have one thing in common, and they were ready and serious about changing.
A woman who has a coach or mentor is an unstoppable woman. She is knows that what she knows got her this far, but won't take her where she needs to go. She is open and willing to get help.
"When you're in the frame, you cannot see the entire picture." ~ Queenette Nwobodo
Nothing gives me greater pleasure than being the mother of three incredible kids. Chiamaka (far left), Obinna (middle), and Chidimma (far right) are the brightest stars in the sky. They are my heart beating outside my chest.
Motherhood has taught me to:
- plan with flexibility
- love with my entire heart
- fulfill my life purpose because what they see is more important than what I say
- say "I don't know" when I don't know
- say "I'm sorry" when I'm wrong
- be present even though I want to answer an email
- cherish family nights because they still think we're cool
- trust my instincts and intuition
- attention and love means more than presents
- forgive myself quickly when I get it wrong