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January 2020

Conscious Relationships

January 28, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
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$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

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February 2020

Conscious Relationships

February 18, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

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March 2020

Conscious Relationships

March 17, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

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April 2020

Conscious Relationships

April 21, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

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May 2020

Conscious Relationships

May 19, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

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June 2020

Conscious Relationships

June 16, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

Find out more »

July 2020

Conscious Relationships

July 21, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

Find out more »

August 2020

Conscious Relationships

August 18, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

Find out more »

September 2020

Conscious Relationships

September 15, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

Find out more »

October 2020

Conscious Relationships

October 20, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Third of the month, repeating indefinitely

X-Hale Toronto, 553 Queen St. W. 3rd Fl
Toronto, Ontario M5V2B6 Canada
+ Google Map
$20

Learn how to communicate in a new healthy way with self, in relationships, while gaining tools to maintain this connection. This introductory workshop is open to Individuals and Couples, and anyone seeking to build healthy, conscious, mindful relationships in personal and professional lives.

A monthly gathering that focuses on the teachings and techniques of Imago therapy – a specific style of relationship therapy designed to help conflict within relationships become opportunities for healing and growth. The Latin word “imago” – meaning “image” – refers to the “unconscious image of familiar love.”

The concept of imago as an image of familiar love suggests that our early relationships teach us something about love and about ourselves. Through these early experiences, we develop a sense of an identity related to love, such as what love is and what we need to do in order to experience love from others and feel safe.

In our early relationships, we start to develop a sense of self-worth based on how we are treated by important people in our lives. We start to develop attachment patterns and start to gain a sense of how we think we should be treated by others. When we fall in love, we’re often taken aback by the magic and possibility that comes with it. Unconsciously, what we’re seeking in romantic relationships is what we’re familiar with from our childhood. This includes feelings of love, self-expression and connection as well as feelings of abandonment, suppression or neglect. As our experience in love deepens, core issues will begin to surface often overshadowing all the beauty in the relationship. This leaves most couples feeling misunderstood, hurting, in doubt and eventually breaking up. Instead of seeing it as the beginning of the deeper work of love.

Imago Relationship Therapy is a conversation that moves from blame and rejection towards empathy and healing. In the work, partners are on a journey of discovery of each other, learning new methods of communication, deepening connection and co-creating a new love relationship. Partners begin to realize their true purpose in the love dynamic and become more conscious in building the relationship they desire.

*The techniques and concepts learned within IMAGO Therapy can be applied to all types of relationships – intimate, professional, with self, children, and beyond.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing is a professional life coach and a Certified Imago Professional Facilitator. Though Charles has applied Imago principles in romantic relationships, including his own marriage. He’s learned that the foundations of Imago can also be applied to many situations beyond romantic relationships. He’s applied the Imago work to coaching entrepreneurs, individuals, peers and other family relationships with incredible breakthroughs.

Find out more »