Brooke Jean, MA, LPC is a Licensed Therapist, Coach, Speaker and Force of YES with a mission to normalize normal. She believes that life isn’t perfect, but it can be unperfected and using a blend of energy work, counseling, coaching & facilitation, she guides her audience to let go of who they think they are, in order to create the life they’ve been waiting for.
Having lived through two major life crisis’ which became spiritual awakenings; opportunities for her to shed the shoulds and release what no longer lights her up or serves her, she discovered her own inner light saying yes to her purpose and no to all things holding her back, Brooke feels called to guide women through their transformations.
She has a unique way of helping women seek below the surface to acknowledge what is really up for them during times of change to ultimately support them in healing, becoming who they authentically are and unapologetically claiming their power and space in the world.
She is creating a signature coaching program to guide women home to their selves, soul and spirit and is trained in Brainspotting, a cutting edge healing modality that releases blocks held in the brain and body while expanding their awareness, ability to regulate and reach their potential.
She is a blogger and vlogger and has been featured in Scary Mommy, The Elephant Journal and The Mindful Mamas.
She believes in the power of sisterhood and has created an online Facebook community called “Mommy’s Mental Health Matters” and has designed online courses to be able to help more women such as “Kick Mom Guilt to the Curb and “Tame Your Anxiety”
She hosted an online summit called “Moms Living a Life they Love: How to have a Fulfilling Family and Career” which brought CEO bad ass working Moms together to talk about how have both while tending to mental health.
For fun, she loves to laugh, dance, sing and be in nature with the people she loves. What brings her the most JOY is witnessing people come home to their true selves, souls and spirits which she believes is needed now more than ever collectively.
Meghan Olson, MSW, LSW, CHWC
Meghan is passionate about helping girls and women unbecome who they’ve been taught they are supposed to be, so they can make space for who they really are. She is ah-mazing at helping clients process their emotions, overcome past traumas, promote their own resiliency and step into their fullest expression. As a Licensed Social Worker and Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Meghan seeks to empower clients to realize that their past does not have to define their future while promoting physical, emotional, and psychological wellness. Her unique and diverse list of expertise allow for a fully integrated approach to helping our clients feel their best and create the life of their dreams.
Meghan graduated from Colorado State University in 2014 with her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Criminology. She later furthered her education at the University of New England where she obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work in 2017. As a mental health practitioner Meghan has worked with all ages as an individual therapist, family and children’s therapist, couples therapist, crisis clinician and neurofeedback technician. Meghan often utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy interventions and maintains a person-centered, solution-focused approach to treatment.
Passionate about learning, Meghan is always seeking to further her education, most recently earning certification as a Brain Health Coach through Dr. Daniel Amen’s renowned Amen Clinics as well as completing EMDR training.
Here is what Meghan has to say about becoming Unperfected:
Among many things, the term “perfection” is defined as “the action or process of improving something until it is faultless or as faultless as possible.” Faultless. THAT’S an interesting concept. Here’s my beef with the term *faultless*. It implies that you rarely, or never, are at fault. You never make mistakes. You never miss the mark. You never fall down.
Now — on paper, that sounds pretty incredible. BUT, let’s go ahead and break it down a bit further:
The best lessons of this life are intertwined within the faults. Riddled with “uh-ohs” and “should have done this insteads”. Riddled with living and learning.
My personal embrace of unperfect came from the understanding that in order to become who I am today I had to have faults. I had to be able to learn from life and from those around me. I had to LAUGH. Because that’s the thing, isn’t it?? If you’re “perfect” already, wouldn’t that imply that you couldn’t get better? Wouldn’t that say that you are already at your “final” destination?
The bottom line — without faults, without mistakes, without failing miserably, we don’t see growth. We miss out on the beauty of the chaos and the unplanned. We can’t laugh and enjoy.
None of us are perfect and we are better for it.
Begin your TRANSFORMATION and journey home today!