If you’re looking for 1:1 support, our coaches are eager to help.
Relief from your symptoms is possible. Having the support of a certified professional makes the journey easier and more effective!
They work with women like yourself who are dealing with diagnoses like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, ulcerative colitis, adrenal insufficiency, and hypothyroidism.
Here’s what happens when you work with a coach:
1. First you will schedule a 15-minute intake session with our Program Coordinator. She will listen to your concerns and goals, as well ask questions about your schedule and budget so that she can help you find the right match.
2. Next she will provide you with your Coach’s contact information. You also have the option for us to provide your contact information to the Coach on your behalf.
3. Then you will schedule a Discovery Session with your recommended Coach (which typically lasts around 30 minutes).
4. Finally, if you decide to pursue working together, you will sign an Agreement with your new Coach and start right away!
***All payment agreements for coaching packages are negotiated directly between the Coach and Client. The CWC does not receive any financial incentives for the matching process.
***You also have the option to email a Coach directly with the links below, but we cannot guarantee a reduced rate without going through our Coaching Coordinator.
Here is what some of our members have to say:
"I’ve gone from feeling hopeless to hopeful."
"I am not alone in this world of chronic illness"
"Talking to a coach about my illness has been empowering."
BSN, RN, HWNC-BCNurse Coach
"My passion is to destroy the mentality that chronic illness takes away, but rather serves as a catalyst towards a razor sharp focused life of intention, abundance and wellness that doesn’t depend solely on circumstances."
She is board certified as a Health and Wellness Nurse Coach through the AHNA. After a traumatic birth recovery and falling through the cracks of the conventional healthcare system herself, she was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, Celiac disease, Chronic Lyme, POTS and PTSD.
This is where her passion to help others manage the complexities of autoimmune disease or those in search of a diagnosis from a trauma aware perspective, really set fire. Empowering women to find their fierce, advocate for themselves and their families while living an intentional, abundant life despite their diagnosis is her calling.
Ashley lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with her husband and three-year-old daughter. She owns her own private coaching practice. In her free time, she likes to garden, read, listen to podcasts, get creative in the kitchen, minimize her impact on the environment, and ANYTHING that gets her out in nature. She is a perpetual student and has a never-ending curiosity for learning something new.
Mold & environmental toxins
Lyme & co-infections
My first car was a Camaro, which got me into a lot of trouble because I was always racing it around.
BSN, RN, HWNC-BCNurse Coach
“I help women transform the emotional and traumatic root causes of chronic stress, fatigue, pain, anxiety, and autoimmune disease.”
She is board certified as a Health and Wellness Nurse Coach with the American Holistic Nurses Association. She is certified in trauma-informed care. She was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis as a teenager and Addison’s disease as an adult.
Her passion is helping women transform the emotional and traumatic root causes of their illness, while promoting healthy lifestyle habits, such as mindfulness, energy budgeting, intuitive eating, gentle movement, and energy work.
Today Katherine lives in Sacramento, CA, with her husband. She owns a private coaching practice where she provides online courses and sessions and devotes much of her time to her spiritual community and volunteer ministry. When not busy with those activities, she enjoys reading non-fiction, writing about her experiences, cooking from scratch, gardening, and spending time with family and friends.
Narcissistic abuse recovery
Neuroplasticity & brain retraining
I love to read, especially non-fiction and at least one book a week.
Jesse St. Jean
FNTP, Certified AIP CoachFunctional Nutrition Therapy Practitioner
“I empower clients to reclaim their health by teaching them how to make the right food choices to heal their bodies while confidently owning their journey so they can live a vibrant life with chronic illness. ”
Her mission is to empower all women autoimmune warriors to take control of their health by teaching each woman how to make personalized food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.
Like many health coaches, Jesse was motivated by her own journey living with autoimmune disease (Ulcerative Colitis) and chronic illness (Chronic Lyme Disease) to pursue her dream career of becoming a health & nutrition coach to personally serve resilient women, helping them reclaim their health and vibrancy.
Nutrition & diet
Lyme & co-infections
One of my favorite ways to spend free time is playing board games with my hubby while drinking a cozy cup of tea.
of Happily Mothered After