Here is a review from one of Anna’s previous Parenting Coaching clients:
“Within writing this review it took me a day or two to collect my thoughts about my experience
with Anna. How I could explain to another how genuine she is. How intuitive her perception
can be. How much experience she has within the field of education and early childhood
development. Her empathic abilities, problem-solving skills, her patience and trustworthiness.
These are attributes that Anna stands within and as, they are admirable, loyal traits that one
would look for in any person of support.
Though Anna holds within herself all of the above benevolent qualities, it is not what has drawn
me to her again and again for support. It has been her rawness, her ability to fail and embrace
it. Her capacity to talk openly about the really hard shit, without judgement. To expose the
darkness that resides within all of us, but we are too scared to talk about. Too afraid to break
through that caution tape, with the ‘Do Not Enter’ phrase repeated and discover what has been
buried, hidden deep within us, restricted from our view, because in reality, that is where the keys
to freedom are.
I personally have called upon Anna on multiple occasions to help untangle me when I could not
do it myself. When I needed REAL support. Someone to assist me within widening my view
when it had become tunnel vision. I have shared with her my struggles as a mother, which if you
are one you know, most of the time things are a little less shiny and pretty, and a little more
messy and stained from the fire of motherhood. I have revealed to her my anger and fears
because she was able to provide a space where I could be completely me, so that we could
walk hand in hand through the darkness of this uncharted territory.
Yes, Anna is a wonderful person with all of the admirable traits one would seek in a friend, a
colleague, a counselor, a teacher. But her most valuable contribution is herself as the living
example. Her “no more shame” in motherhood, her playfulness, her honesty and her
humbleness within embracing all of humanity as herself.” – Camille