Hi! We're so glad you found us.
We’re Sarah & Elizabeth - real life sisters
and healing practitioners who believe in
the power of sisterhood.
There are seasons of life that feel especially difficult to navigate alone, especially in these current times. Many of us are more connected online than ever before, but rather than feeling known, we feel lonelier and more overwhelmed.
We are bringing people together in real life to experience belonging while exploring themes and topics relevant to our current circumstances or challenges.
You are invited to come spend time with us, make sense of the chaos around you, and find a way through it.
Each of our four-week small group sessions will explore a specific life stage or circumstance that we are hearing is a real doozie for folks.
If you'd like to be notified when the next session is open, send us a note at email@example.com.
We can't wait to know you!
Sarah & Elizabeth
If you'd like
Sisters Club session: all about parenting neurodivergent children while being neurodivergent.
We'll spend four weeks exploring:
Week One: How to parent from a nervous system perspective to build trust within you and your home
Week Two: Ways to tend to your children and yourself at the same time
Week Three: Understanding neurodivergent burnout in adults and children; strategies for prevention and coping
Week Four: Partnering with educators and co-caregivers in understanding your child and you
This session takes place on Mondays from 1:00PM-2:30PM CT from October 23-November 13, 2023.
What you'll get:
weekly 90 minute group sessions for learning, reflecting, and feeling less alone
access to a group chat for connection between gatherings
discounted individual sessions with Sarah or Elizabeth
The cost is $60 a week, paid in full or in two payments.
Email us if you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Helping neurodivergent people cultivate connection + growth
Elizabeth Brink (she/her), ACC, CNC, BCC
As a coach and healing practitioner for neurodivergent adults, my approach integrates somatic healing modalities with a neurodivergent-affirming life coaching framework.
My clients are working on self-acceptance and body-based awareness as they design their life. Together we are learning to befriend the nervous system and embrace their uniquely beautiful way of moving through the world.
I was trained and mentored by some of the ADHD coaching greats: Nancy Ratey, Linda Roggli, and Denslow Brown. In my somatic work, I am trained by the incredible experts at The Embody Lab and by Somatic Experiencing (SEI) faculty Mahshid Hager, MFT, SEP.
Before coaching, I enjoyed a career in project management, corporate communications, and employee engagement in big tech, non-profits, and for a boutique strategy consulting firm. I grew up in Plano, TX, spent 12 years in Boston, MA, and in 2017 relocated to Kansas City, MO with my family.
Board Certified Coach (BCC), Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE)
Associate Certified Coach (ACC), International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Certified Neurodiversity Coach (CNC), Institute of Applied Coaching/Coach Approach
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, University of North Texas
Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in Training, Somatic Experiencing Institute, expected graduation 2025
Certificate in Integrative Somatic Parts Work, 25 hours, The Embody Lab
Certificate in Somatic Attachment Trauma Therapy, 60 hours, The Embody Lab
Certificate in Integrative Somatic Trauma Therapy, 60 hours, The Embody Lab
Neurodiversity Coaching Program & Continuing Ed, 95+ hours, Coach Approach Training
Certificate in Professional Project Management, UMass Boston
Graduate coursework in Journalism, Emerson College
Sarah Durham (she/her)
As a coach and a creative, I am invested in stories – yours and mine.
How we move in the world is shaped by the stories we’re told by others and ourselves. We bring these stories into every encounter and circumstance.
My passion for stories, whether sharing them through my art or being with my clients in coaching, is rooted in my own story.
Bringing decades of mentorship to support and empower those in the midst of various life transitions is a dream come true.
I am the eldest sister of five children and a cycle breaker. I am a proud mom to three neurodivergent children, ages spanning between 6 to 23, and I live in a north Dallas suburb with my husband and two youngest children.
B.A. in Sociology, Education
certified teacher in the State of Texas, over a decade in the classroom
certifications including Gifted and Talent Specialist EC-12, Generalist, English-Language Arts, Social Studies, and ESL
Neurodiversity Coaching student at Coach Approach Training, second year
Member of ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO)