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Lacey's Life

Now I could go ahead and list of all of the snazzy jobs and experiences I have had to make you want to choose me as your therapist and or empowerment coach. Or I can tell you the hard stuff. I will give you an inside view of how it wasn’t always as easy as it appeared.

I grew up in Malibu, CA where anyone would have died to have lived. My family was pretty affluent and I had nice things. I still struggled with a lot of internal conflicts, as we all did as children. I wanted to be deeply heard and seen, and loved by who else but my Motherly figure. I wanted an every now and then a hug or words of encouragement that told me I was doing an amazing job. But instead I ended being that role model for her. Hence, I fell in that role as the caregiver “helper” as they categorize in in psychology. This created an unconscious pattern in my mind that “If I fix others, they will have the capacity to love me.”

I did not understand this pattern until my third horrific break up with a man who was an extreme narcissist and very unemotionally available. I guess you could say I was a love addict growing up through most of my teenage years. I rebelled from my parents and dove into many damaging, emotionally abusive relationships, all trying to fix others so they could be able to love me. A model I learned at a very young age. I became a victim in my life story and after the final discard I was ready to face my own inner demons.

>>>>You see most of us live in our unconscious, which is 95% of our personality. We keep recreating the same scripts, just with different people in them. To break these habits, it will take a lot of courage and help along the way. It wasn’t easy re parenting my own inner child and forgiving my parents for perhaps not being what I expected or needed as a child. Our parents do the best they can based on their parenting. The key is to break these cycles so that when we have children we don’t pass on the baggage of our ancestors and ourselves.

After losing my Mother at the young age of 25, I dove into a deeper journey of self-discovery and understanding myself as a woman. I worked with many healers, shamans, and was part of many self-development programs including finishing my Masters in Psychology, and Certification in Neurolinguistic Programming Coaching. These experiences have made me dedicated to serving others who have struggled with loving themselves, have had hopeless relationships and a variety of addictions. My individual work, group coaching and trainings are all geared toward re-membering your true joyful nature and taking your power back and writing a new script of your life. If you’re ready to place your stake in the ground, I am honored to be your guide.

In addition to her pursuing her Masters degree, she has been on a self-discovery journey for over a decade since losing her Mother at the young age of 25. This journey led her into wanting to understand the process of grief, the challenges we face in the human experience and how to consider our biggest pains as gifts to help us transform and grow. This experience has led her to guiding people through inner child and shadow work utilizing deep hypnosis and time line therapy as therapeutic tools