Three Things About Your Professional Career...
1) I believe your career doesn't have to feel triggering, overwhelming, and scary.
2) I believe your career can support and empower your continued recovery from trauma.
3) I've seen and believe that commerce (not capitalism) is a tool with the power to dismantle systems of oppression & cycles of trauma.
On this page are some of the self-hosted and outside resources that I frequently reference while working with entrepreneurs like you.
Everything on this page is freely available because:
- Trauma suuuuuuucks, doesn't it?! Let's make it suck less.
- You're my kinda people! (I'm a trauma survivor too.)
- I am always down to vent about "I can't believe how sneaky my trauma is!" because, I'm right there with you.
I don't do "sales calls," but if you ever want to schedule a coffee/tea chat, I'd absolutely be down for something like that, click here for the scheduling link.
Peterson Consulting Group
PS - Feel free to share this page with whomever you'd like or connect with me on LinkedIn!
Trauma comes with mental, physical, emotional, and financial effects that are often long-term or even permanent. It can take an extremely long time for a survivor to acknowledge that they experienced trauma and even longer to understand or repair the damage.
In the meantime, how is a survivor supposed to keep the lights on and pay the bills?!
Trauma can *increase* your risk for:
- "kindling" (exponentially escalating mental health crises with progressively less extreme triggers and shorter periods of time between crises... uh, yikes.)
- hypertension/heart disease, diabetes, obesity
- stroke, cancer, autoimmune diseases
- addiction, self-medicating, self-numbing
- chronic anxiety & panic attacks
- sleep disorders, night terrors, insomnia, hyper-arousal
- easily agitated or angered, extreme startle reflex
- disassociation, over intellectualizing, monotonous voice, spacey
- cognitive disfunction, poor memory, trouble speaking
- excessive or inappropriate guilt
- intrusive thoughts or memories, flashbacks
- obsessive and/or compulsive tendencies
- self-injury, self-harm, high-risk behaviors
Your career problems might be trauma symptoms:
Note: Everyone's trauma is unique. Everyone's career is unique. Your symptoms will show up differently. Here are some I see frequently with new clients:
- impressive feats of procrastination
- frequently switching jobs or roles
- self-sabotaging behavior
- feast & famine bank accounts
- constant hustle at the speed of survival
- bashful self-promotion
- coworkers or bosses that "walk all over" your boundaries
- frozen with indecision (aka analysis paralysis)
- panic attacks at very inopportune times
- and so much more
for career professionals, workplace well-being, and burnout recovery
A La Carte Sessions
Trauma-Informed Coaching & Consulting
One-off sessions are perfect if you're seeking guidance and insight for a specific or immediate problem, or if you want to reserve and schedule occasional sessions in our calendar. In each session, you'll get 1-on-1 attention with Emily Ann Peterson, collect a bouquet of options, creative solutions for any hiccups, or chaotic feelings that along come with running a business that is uniquely yours.
After paying for your session(s) and agreeing to your rights and responsibilities as a client/student, you'll receive an email with a scheduling link. You'll have 30 days to book your session(s).
Trauma-Informed Coaching & Consulting
Build your bravery and resilience one step at a time with regular check-ins and accountability! This option is good for clients working on a longer-term project or those seeking ongoing support from a coach and consultant like Emily Ann Peterson. Each month you'll receive recurring private coaching session(s) via Google Meet and weekly office hours via email. The frequency of sessions is up to you: monthly, bi-monthly, or weekly.
You get brave clarity & I get to clean!
You've got questions to clear up about your life, career, and creativity? Maybe you've got some marketing questions? Or you'd like to know the best way to automate a certain piece of your life. Well, Emily Ann's got a house to Marie Kondo! Let's join forces! Reserve your spot in Emily Ann's calendar today!
Sometimes it's nice to have a thing to work on.
Resumé Review + Refresh
Your best reason they should book an interview!
Bring a current draft of your most recent CV or resumé. Let's turn each line into the pinnacle of your professionalism. and make it read like "Hired!"
Because First Impressions Count!
Do you have a website? Do you (secretly) worry that it sucks? Or maybe you know it doesn’t do you and your awesome work justice?
Easy! You'll walk away from your 45-min Website Audit with a tangible list of tiny improvements and the confidence to put yourself out there!
Book Coaching & Production Consulting
Get your book published!
If you've always wanted to write a book or somehow the creative muse has magically gifted you with a manuscript idea, then let's talk. Self-publishing is the single most effective way for you to get your book *out there* for the world to see as soon as possible.
Every author's book is different, so working with Emily Ann *starts* with six (6) one-hour sessions to nail down your book summary, ideal audience, outline, title, overall strategy, and next steps.
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