This 10-session program is specifically designed by Meg Flynn to take people back into their personal history to understand the roots of strengths and patterns and how they impact current behaviors, belief systems and our interactions with others. It identifies and works to correct any negative patterns that may be holding the person back from optimizing their potential.
The Life Mapping program is a deep transformational process designed for leaders and influencers in companies, families and communities. The program will guide you through the path of your life story. Deeply understanding your past and making peace with it is the best way to create your future. When you begin the journey of going back into your story, you will discover and build upon the roots of your true strengths. You will also uncover the roots of negative patterns in your life so you can heal and overcome those unconscious parts.
Develop the ability to interpret and understand positive and negative “scripts” from childhood based on your life experiences
Raise your self-awareness & your ability for self-care to promote clarity and holistic health
Embrace your strengths and gifts and your ability to leverage them for your personal wellbeing
Increase your understanding of old, negative/limiting beliefs passed on through generational patterns
Engage in techniques to release old patterns and replace with empowering beliefs
Recognize roots of stress and their impact on your health, resilience, and development
Develop empowering techniques to stay fulfilled and passionate in your work life and optimize your potential
Gain insight into your own leadership style
Identify what empowers you to inspire and lead
Notice triggers that disempower you in workplace interactions
Learn techniques to change negative patterns
Build awareness on how systems work & how organizational dynamics can be led with consciousness and creativity
Develop compassion and empathy towards co-workers, employees and clients through increased psychological awareness of what motivates people
The program consists of 10 one-hour sessions. The price is $4500 facilitated by Meg Flynn MA, LMFT or $3,000 facilitated by Brittany Reinke MS, LMFT or Stefanie Okeson MA.
There are limited spots available. To reserve your spot today call New Directions Counseling and Training: 320-654-0001
Meg Flynn is the owner and director of New Directions Counseling and training. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with special training in child development, an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the University of St. Thomas, and a B.A. in Psychology and Theology from the College of St. Benedict in Minnesota. Meg focuses her practice on building and strengthening family relationships. She works with individuals, couples, corporations and whole family groups. Meg works with adolescents in individual and family settings, to guide them in developing a healthy self identity and to use family relationships to support them during their transition into adulthood. Meg uses an experiential approach with clients in the transformation of emotional blocks to wholeness and happiness that affect the quality of their lives and relationships.Meg provides holistic counseling for individuals, couples and families, as well as groups and workshops through New Directions Counseling and Training, Ltd.
Brittany is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and earned her Master’s degree from St. Cloud State University in 2015. Brittany works with a wide variety of issues including: anxiety, depression, self-esteem, body image, grief, trauma and family/life transitions. Brittany has a strong interest in working with adult women and couples and believes using a nonjudgmental, compassionate and systemic approach to help each individual find hope, strength and healing within themselves and their relationships is of utmost importance.
Brittany enjoys working with individuals that have experienced traumatic or distressing events in their lives and uses a trauma-informed approach in treating clients. Brittany is also trained in Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR, which is a therapeutic tool used to treat trauma and other distressing events (learn more here).
Brittany also considers herself a proud ally for LGBTQIA+ community and enjoys learning about their personal experiences and how they have been impacted.
Stefanie completed her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the Adler Graduate School in Richfield, Minnesota. She began her professional work as a Licensed Practical Nurse with the St. Cloud School District. She holds a Bachelors degree in Community Psychology from St. Cloud State University.
Stefanie is compassionate, creative and holistic, and is available to work with clients of all ages, from children to adults, as well as with couples and families. Stefanie has a particular passion for working with children and teenagers, and believes in the importance of valuing each child as an individual with unique strengths, needs, interests and skills. She works with clients on issues of: anxiety, depression, body image, bullying, self-esteem, school or college transitions, relationships and parenting.
Stefanie served as the office manager at New Directions for over seven years while completing her undergraduate and graduate studies. Stefanie is in the process of completing the Marriage and Family Therapy license.