This course is a launch-point for anyone looking to develop self-awareness, emotional intelligence, improve mood, and make a change in their behavior.
What makes this Course Unique in the Market?
Taught by mental health therapist and wellness coach Megan Bruneau, this course marries cognitive, emotional, and body-centered practices to provide a holistic approach to change.
What are the requirements?
A desire for change and willingness to participate in exercise and discussion.
What am I going to get from this course?
This course will open your eyes to where you’re holding yourself back from experiencing happiness and fulfillment. It will provide you with awareness into areas you want to make change in your mood and patterns, show why what you’ve been doing hasn’t been working, and offer insight and tools for transformation.
Megan Bruneau is a psychotherapist and wellness coach who specializes in helping people change their relationships to themselves. Her work has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Thought Catalog, Bustle, Psych Central, Psychology Today, The List, Verily Magazine, Brit + Co, Gaia, Entrepreneur, Elephant Journal, The Aloha Way, and more. Her articles have amassed more that 15 million views.
Megan is also the host of The Failure Factor, a podcast that gathers “failure” stories from successful entrepreneurs. Each episode explores what the entrepreneur learned, how they maintained resilience, and why “failure” was formative to their career development.
She offers in-person, video, and telephone consulting. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire further.
Megan has a master of arts in counseling psychology (Simon Fraser University, 2011), and a bachelor of arts in psychology and family studies (University of British Columbia, 2008). She was formerly a personal trainer and has worked in the yoga and nutrition industries. Though not against medication as an adjunct to therapy, Megan takes a holistic approach to her work, paying particular attention to diet, exercise, social connection, and hormones as they relate to mental health.