You may have asked yourself, "How does that Tricia do it? How, exactly, did she grasp her creative life back from the swamp of motherhood? How does she juggle all of those plates in the air, while standing on her head?" If you have ever wondered, the answer is simple: I have a lot of help.
For example, I have a creativity coach. Her name is Katherine Torrini, and we have been working together for almost a year and a half. Mostly we talk on the phone, and sometimes we meet in person. Since we began our relationship, I have accomplished many goals. I have successfully established routines around practicing and writing and also begun performing again. However, these outward actions are merely the blossoms, the outcome of extensive inner discovery. Katherine has supported me in questioning the way I feel and talk to myself about creating, helping me to remove real and perceived obstacles to getting to work.
My favorite things about Katherine are her enthusiasm and her empathy. She has the ability to meet me wherever I am on a given day. The best thing about coaching is that it is my investment in my creative life. I do it to strengthen me in remembering and making time for the most important and life-giving parts of myself.
In October, I will be joining a new coaching group, led by Katherine. If you live in Austin and are interested in investing in your creative life--which is to say, connecting with your truest self--maybe you'd like to join us? Group coaching is more affordable than individual coaching, plus you will get the benefit of having a team. The 3-month group will meet, in person, twice a month on Thursdays beginning October 7th, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Please contact Katherine, via her website, for more information!