Welcome to The Courageous Entrepreneur Show. This is the show that shares information and inspiration to help you move past fear, self-doubt, and limiting beliefs so you can achieve the success you dream of and deserve.
In this episode you’re going to meet Sheila Stevenson. She’s an expert coach who works with people dealing with emotional issues surrounding trauma.
Sheila is an Associate Certified Coach, an Adler trained coach, and a member of the International Coach Federation.
She’s certified in “Living Systems Approach” to coaching with families and she’s completed Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training.
Sheila is a published author, and an inspiring and informative speaker.
She’s a member of “Opening the Circle”, an emergent project begun in January 2014, in which men and women who are survivors of sexual abuse, their family members, and community service providers meet regularly to develop community, and to create useful and effective tools for support. In January 2013 Sheila founded the “Learning and Support Group for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse.” And she’s served on the Board of Directors of Child Pornography Hurts, Inc and Youth Opportunities Unlimited.
In this episode Sheila shares…
- The conflicting messages and conditioning we experience during our lives and how that can contribute to developing disempowering beliefs and patterns.
- How to recognize our limiting beliefs and begin to effectively deal with them to move forward towards our goals.
- Tips for recognizing when and how our beliefs are holding us back from the professional success we want and deserve.
Be sure to listen all the way to the end where I’ll share your reflection exercise and action step for this episode.
Guest Contact Information
Sheila’s website – drop her a line and let her know you heard her on the show. She has a limited time offer of 15% off on coaching.
Sheila on social media: Facebook Linkedin Twitter
Other Episodes Referenced by This One
From Sheila’s Blog: Trauma Can Obscure Your Reality — Don’t Let It
Survivor to Thriver: Manual and workbook for adult survivors of child abuse who want to move on with life