Cary Kelley Wright
Recovery & Life Coach/Owner
My Greatest Weakness Coaching
I believe that our healing is rooted in our pain. I have also come to understand that it is in connection, with self, others, and the divine, that we find the healing that we so desperately seek. Most trauma is experienced within relationships, therefore it makes sense that our healing also happens there. It is my desire to support my clients to grow and nurture connection in their lives in order to create meaningful healing for themselves. I do this through individual and small group coaching, my bi-monthly shame circles and my new online group coaching community, Circle of Connections, that I facilitate along with She Recovers coach, Bronwen Thorburn, from Full Circle Recovery.
I am a woman in long-term recovery from alcoholism, co-dependence, low self-esteem, perfectionism, and lots of other things. Through my recovery journey, I have discovered my life's calling: to walk alongside other women as they search for new ways to meet life's challenges, create healthy patterns, and develop more fulfilling lives. Our work together will illuminate your inner knowing and allow it to guide you on your path to freedom, authenticity, and true joy!
One on one coaching offers clients the opportunity to go deep and identify areas of focus that will provide the necessary opportunities for healing work to happen. I offer a free 45-minute co-creation call to see if we are a good fit.
Soul Discovery Group Coaching
Soul Discovery groups allow for the creation of a healing space where truth is spoken, pain is unearthed and participants are given opportunities for real, vulnerable, healing connection. These groups meets once a week for a 90-minute session for 6 weeks. Many of these group choose to shift into an ongoing arrangement for further connection and support.
My bi-monthly shame circles allow participants the opportunity to come together and share the weight of what they carry. In this series I will collaborate with other She Recovers Designated coaches to exlore Brené Brown's 12 categories of shame.