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Life Coaching/Counselling

Life coaching & counselling requires dedicated energy, which means we focus on a limited number of client at a time. 


  • Youth 16-29 years old residing in the GTA

  • Tired of the patterns in life that just isn't working for you and would like to experience a breakthrough in areas of life you want

  • Your inner self-talk is negative (whatever the frequency is)

  • You've recently experience a major life change or undergone a stressful event

  • You suffer from fear of failure that keeps you from reaching your goals

  • You are ready to turn your biggest dreams and ambitions into reality, but aren't sure what the next steps are

  • โฃThis program is not for those who: are not willing to put in the work and take action to achieve their goals 


  • Gain a deeper level of self awareness, who you are and be more in tuned with your values

  • Increased confidence

  • Let go of patterns that are not working for you and discover new ways of being that feels authentically you

  • Bridge the gap between where you are now and where you'd like to be

  • Live a more intentional life -- designed by YOU!

What is life coaching? โ€‹

Life coach, by definition is someone professionally trained to help you maximize your full potential and reach your desired results. It is a present and future focused process that increases self awareness, being inspired, developing new perspectives for areas you may feel stuck in, stepping outside of your comfort zone, accomplishing goals, prioritizes your values, and double down on your strengths. 


You may be more familiar with how athletes have coaches. Coaches observe the athletes' performance, design workout to develop relevant skills, point out blind spots, motivate, and they may even devise a game plan for the athletes to win! While there are some overlap metaphorically speaking, the role a life coach plays is different than a mentor or consultant. It's not our job to give you the answers or tell you what to do. 


A life coach grows with you by analyzing your current situation, identifying self limiting beliefs and other potential challenges you face, and devise a custom plan of action to be with you as your step outside your comfort zone . What does that mean? We hold your agenda as priority, ask you powerful questions, offer observations, and challenge you! 


Finding a good life coach is more than just their credentials or even experience, it's about finding someone that you can connect with. While you may get really excited at the idea of the possible outcome, the results are dependent on you as the coachee and the work put in between coaching sessions. 


An extraordinary life is not limited to a select few, but available to all who want it. 


"People are naturally creative, resourceful, and whole -- we are not broken and we don't need fixing."


How is life coaching different from therapy? โ€‹

TL;DR, therapy is about where you want to heal, life coaching is where you want to go.


One may not be better than the other, it really depends on what you need and what you want out of the session whether it's life coaching or therapy. 























By the end of our time together, your life may be radically different from where you started, or it may look similar from the outside, but with a stronger, more self-compassionate you at the centre.

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In-House Life Coach & Counsellor



EQi-2.0 Certified
Co-Active® Certified, CPCC, ACC

Positive Intelligence Coach





Jess Kent-Johnson


Co-Active® Coach


Caroline Thomson


EQi-2.0 Certified

Co-Active® Coach

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Kate Arms


Co-Active® Certified, CPCC, PCC


TiVo Rojas-Cheatham


Co-Active® Certified, CPCC

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Pritam Jha


Co-Active® Coach

Coach's Profile

Laney Lui

(she/her), In-House Life Coach


As your life coach, my role is to help you find your own solutions, to exercise those parts of your brain that already hold the skills you need to step into the future... and to give you the self-belief that you deserve that future.


As someone who has experienced breakdown and turned it into breakthrough, I know the struggle. I also know the power in overcoming and the strength in compassion that comes from the process. I can walk alongside you. The journey is never over, and I know I continue to grow in my interactions with folks professionally and personally. The possibility of growth, no matter your starting point, is what makes me so passionate about my role as a life coach.


We will look deeply at the beliefs and habits that are holding you back, then start to build a vision of your future that meets your personal goals and priorities. Only when we know where we’re going will we start to build a path to get there, I will accompany you through the joy and the discomfort of breaking through the things that are preventing you from getting there.

Maurelle Beverly D'Sa

(she/her), Counsellor


Maurelle D’Sa has a background in psychology with a specialization in mental health,
sport, and physical activity. She has over 7 years experience working in sport, exercise,
and psychotherapy settings.
Being track and field athlete for most of her life, and having played field hockey
competitively, has given her first hand experience of all the pressures and unique
demands placed on athletes. It also gave her the opportunity to develop
psychological and social skills that help her navigate the challenges faced off the
playing field.
She holds a British Psychological Society accredited Master of Science in Psychology of
Sport and Exercise from Loughborough University (UK), and a Master of Arts in Applied
Psychology from the University of Mumbai. She has also completed her primary and
advanced practicum training in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy from Albert Ellis
Institute, New York. She is also training in Transactional Analysis, as well as the use of
Rational Emotive Education with younger individuals. She is currently pursuing her
doctoral research degree, and is a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Edge Hill University,
Maurelle has worked with international level athletes and non-athletes, across various
sports and age groups to help them achieve their goals and overcome the challenges
holding them back. Her practice is shaped by her early experiences, as a competitor and
professional, and is based on principles of applied, sport, and exercise psychology. She
uses an evidence based-approach when working with individuals who are committed to
improving mental wellbeing and performance. She believes in using a collaborative
approach that best suits the needs of each individual she works with, and is committed to
practicing within her personal & professional code of ethics. 
She resonates deeply with Aristotle’s quote ‘What lies in our power to do, lies in our
power not to do’, because she believes that individuals have the power to control thier
own actions and behaviors.

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