Meet Your Mentor, Danielle Roessle
Back in August 2020, my beloved mentor Kathleen Ammalee Rogers (Amma), unexpectedly died.
I was devastated because Amma was a gem of a human being and my go-to person to process my life.
She also introduced me to somatic practices (tools that help you connect with your body) for processing stress and trauma, which I found to be 100 times more effective than talk therapy.
After some time grieving, I had realized that I learned many tools from her and from the trainings I attended as a therapist.
While often these trainings required a counseling degree, I believe you don't have to be a therapist to learn and benefit from the tools. There are so many practical tools to promote positive mental health and to process work-life issues, and it is my purpose to teach them, just like Amma had taught me.
I believe you have everything within — It's a matter of learning the tools to tap your inner compass (a combination of your mind and nervous system) and learning how to make decisions from that place of alignment. I hope you can join the 9toThrive Program, so you can learn these tools and thrive both in and out of your 9 to 5.