You already value wellness in your life and in your workplace; it is time to take it to a new level. Wellness is more than just your physical body; exercising and eating right.
Whether in a packed conference room, in a small zoom group or working individually, Libby creates a comfortable place so you can be authentic. This is an important element of her workshops, talks and individual coaching sessions. Imagine you are walking in a beautiful forest or wooded area and you have the freedom to be who you truly are. With the sense that you are being fully heard by the trees that surround you.
Listening Tree Studio and Coaching provides Emotional Wellness talks, one-to-one coaching and workshops for businesses, organizations and individuals. We know this is important because emotionally well employees are more innovative, productive and easier to retain. Services are provided online.
Libby is an Emotional Wellness and Reclaim Your Power Coach. She is an internationally certified coach with the ICF and has experience in facilitation and management in distress centres and victim services.
She has spoken on emotional health, wellness and communication with OMAFRA, Caledon Dufferin Victim Services, the University of Guelph Wellness Centre, the Association of Animal Shelter Administrators of Ontario and more. Libby provides a safe space to talk about important subjects and participants walk away with knowledge and know-how.
In her one-to-one coaching, she specializes in supporting individuals who have experienced high control communities, families, relationships and workplaces. This could include:
- people who have emerged from strict or fundamentalist religions or communities
- domestic violence
- strict workplaces
Supporting them to recognize strengths, connect to personal values and create a road map to their lives.
Hi Libby, how can I schedule my first session, Ruth
p.s. got my epsom salts today!
I look forward to our session! I hope the Epsom salts bring relief
I may have met you at University of Guelph.? Did you get your HBA there under your married name, or as Libby Pease? was your major, or Specialized Honors, Psychology?
I was happy to answer you in person last year. For the public here is my answer: I took Psychology and as a student, I used my Married name Ruttan, however, I formally changed my name back to Pease before my graduation.