Creativity Meets Tenacity

Wordacity Coaching is Liz Verna, MA, ATR, LCAT, NYS Licensed Creative Arts Psychotherapist and Write Fighter who will work with you to create the life you want through fluid communication using writing. Why writing? Because it is a simple, accessible way to bypass the defenses that stop us from being fully expressed in person and a tool many of us use every day without realizing the creative superpower literally at our fingertips.

Have you experienced the instant, unfettered access to your subconscious that writing provides? Do you see a journal as a place to articulate fears, frustrations, and confusion in a nonjudgmental, safe place, yet struggle to fit a writing practice into your daily life?

What if there was a way to introduce a caring, capable guide into this world that bustles just beneath consciousness?  What if you could have access to a therapist when emotions bubble to the surface and a coach to help find practical steps to channel them into a force of clarity and growth?

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Liz’s unique practice includes phone sessions spaced twice a month and provides unlimited, protected and confidential email support where emotions or blocks can be processed in-the-moment, thoughts or questions can be organized and writing prompts and encouragement can take place.  This design enables the conscious and unconscious to work together holistically, bringing about deeper breakthroughs and quicker results, all while finding the way to implement a writing practice that fits into your life and supports your needs.

Liz will inject energy and clarity into your subconscious, identifying blocks so you can smash them, isolating dysfunctional beliefs so you can rewire your neurons to point to awesome. By bringing the power of creative practice to your life you will develop the tools to push obstacles from your path and rally your true, powerful Self to emerge.

Liz is your Write Fighter and she tirelessly campaigns for your success and happiness.

Contact Liz today to get started!

Check out Liz’s story here.  She navigates the tumultuous seas of human behavior at Comic-Sense, ruminating about the ways she used to put herself in messy situations, and Liz’s blog follows her journey making lemons in chocolate chip cookies, which are more delicious than lemonade.

 

 

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2 Comments


  1. ‘I want to share something with you: The three little sentences that will get you through life.
    Number 1: Cover for me.
    Number 2: Oh, good idea, Boss!
    Number 3: It was like that when I got here.’

    Homer.

    Reply

    1. This proves that you are still and always will be Super, Clive.

      Reply

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