I’m seriously asking ... who are you? Consider this question an invitation to take just a moment to step away from all the things that distract you from playing bigger, to set aside your fears and “what ifs”, and listen to that quiet voice deep inside you –– the one that resonates with the very core of your soul, the one that knows you and quietly, confidently, without striving or fear, can say, “I am.”
This is your invitation for reconnection with that core.
Many people don’t have a very good answer to the question of who they are. In fact, they read that question and fall into a whole rabbit-hole of other questions, like “Who am I to be providing the work I provide?”, “Who am I to be sharing this message?”, “Who am I to my clients and my peers?”, and “Who am I to play bigger?”
That’s a problem.
Because if you’re not sure who you are, and you can’t stand firmly in your wholeness and change-making gifts, the very best you can bring to the world is half-hearted help from a small, stuck version of yourself.
And from a business perspective, if you don’t know who you are, how can you possibly convey that to anyone else? If you don’t know who you want to attract, how can you possibly attract them? You end up spinning your wheels, trying one thing after the other and wondering why none of it really seems to work.
Until you’re able to break out of small, stuck, and spinning your wheels, you’re going to struggle to find clarity and alignment, and you sure as hell won’t be able to do your biggest work.
To step out into that biggest version of yourself, you have to start by looking within.
The process is integration. The practice is Connectfulness®.
The more you integrate your stuff (all those things that keep you disconnected from your deepest self), the more you’re able to present your whole self to your work.
But you can’t just work on your “work self” — because as convenient as it would sometimes be to separate the different areas of ourselves, your loves, life, and legacy work are all intertwined. Disconnection and dis-integration in one area will necessarily affect all the others, just how fostering greater connection in one area will improve the others.
That’s where Connectfulness® comes in.
This signature method is designed to bring you back into alignment with your deepest self, transforming fear and limiting beliefs into helpful guides, helping you foster relationships that relationships that support you, and developing your intuition so you never have to worry about being stuck again.
We’ll integrate your personal and professional visions using an evidence-based methodology so that you can perform your best work enjoyably and effectively.
It’s about slowing down, simplifying, understanding your own process, and getting rid of the “shoulds” for the things that are actually aligned with you.
I’ve got you.
As a professional with 15+ years of experience, 3 degrees and dozens of post-grad training experiences and certifications, and as someone who’s successfully guided dozens of professionals to move past their blocks and finally — finally! — start doing their best, biggest work in the world, I know I can take you there too.
I’ll be honest ... it’s not your typical “hustle and heart” stuff.
Look, there are thousands of people out there who will teach you how to create a very convincing, saleable persona. But the problem with that is it’s just that — a persona. It’s not you. You don’t need to create a new personality to do your biggest work, you need to reconnect to that incredible, divinely-inspired one you’ve already got.
Our work together is about clearing out the cobwebs that keep you from that self so you can undertake a restoration of the “I am” that’s always been there.
It’s about moving from “Who am I?” to “I am.”
Are you ready to get out of your own way, lead from your knowingness, and start bringing your change-making gifts to the world?
"My work with Rebecca began when the idea of starting my own practice was a dream that I didn’t quite believe was possible. Initially, as I explored the dream and my why behind it, Rebecca was there to support me, give it to me straight and guide me as I got underneath the fears that were holding me captive in inaction. We dove deep into who I was being called to serve, what needed to be healed to do so and concrete tasks that needed to be taken care of to get the ball rolling.
Over the next handful of months, my practice launched and I saw my first clients. During this time, consultation with Rebecca became a sacred time of unraveling my insecurities, recognizing how and why I continued to get caught in their grip, and how to feel safe and effective continuing to show up, day in and day out. Rebecca helped me connect with myself, my story and my roadblocks in ways that I have never experienced before and in ways that have not only transformed the way I show up for my clients, but the way I show up for myself."
—Sarah Herstich, MSW, LCSW
Body Image & Eating Disorder Psychotherapist & Coach
"I've been to therapy when I needed personal healing and I've had business coaching when I needed support on my entrepreneurial journey. But, working with Rebecca has been the best intersection of the two. She truly understands that in order to show up in your life as a successful business owner you've got to not only have the business strategies down (which she is an ace at helping you sort through) but you've got to figure out how to move through the blocks that keep you from executing those strategies. Rebecca has helped me merge my personal healing story with my business success story to get me to show up more authentically for myself, my clients, and my business. She's an investment I encourage all my fellow healers to give to themselves when they're ready to step into authentically showing up and being seen for all you amazingness without having to leave any pieces of you behind to do so!"
—Mercedes Samudio, LCSW
Shame Proof Parenting Coach, Speaker, Author
"I gained more than I had imagined. Such as insight into unconscious areas of my life that parallelled my fears of being seen, the ability to work through these fears by embracing many parts of myself both personally and professionally and integrating how I use these insights into how I show up as a clinician." —Adavelyn Rivera
"With the support of Rebecca's mentorship and the presence of the other group members, I was able to practice doing life differently, balancing the personal and professional in a way that felt more grounded and true. I want more of that. I need to keep practicing!" —Emily Clark