Life After Greenbrier: Now What?

Graduation from Greenbrier Academy’s Residential Program marks a huge step in a girl’s life. It signifies a commitment to a hopeful future filled with meaning, purpose and wonderful relationships. There is so much a graduate has to be proud of. It is also a time when a student will need continued support.  Many, if not most, onsite experiences are done once you leave and are back to your ‘reality.’   You may feel great with the changes you made, and then suddenly realize you are now on your own.  It is often difficult to transition back to the same place where negative patterns were formed, living again amidst the relationships, pressures, expectations, triggers, and sensory overload of everyday life.

The question that comes up for most people is: Now What?

Our Integration Coaching Program answers that question.

You need trustworthy, competent help to integrate your new dreams, changes, and expectations into everyday life. Without help, as “challenges arise,” you could be overwhelmed and tempted to return to old patterns. Our coaching program helps prevent that from happening.

You will have the support you need with people who know what you’ve been through at GBA. These individuals can speak to the experience and help you past those barriers, triggers, and challenges that come up as you implement the changes and healing you created for yourself.  While your still enrolled at Greenbrier Academy, you will work with your primary therapist and coach to create your integration plan.

Our Integration Coaching is an expansion of Greenbrier Academy- you take it with you.

This helps you stay connected with others from GBA and creates a new supportive network while maintaining virtuous relationships in your ‘world.’

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your three months of integration Coaching

Our coaching program helps you stay connected with others from GBA and creates a new supportive network while maintaining virtuous relationships in your ‘world’.

-Nine (9) 45-minute individual/family coaching sessions

-Three (3) 90-minute group coaching/mastermind call/once per month.

-Three (3) 15-minute support calls during business hours

-Email support

-Exercises/Worksheets

-Private Facebook Page

Curriculum for your Coaching Experience:

-Integrating what you learned at GBA

-Continue to learn the Ways of the Village

-Problem solve situations you currently find yourself in within your new context after GBA

-Facilitate new changes and continue integrating change

 You will be invited to Master Mind groups where you will gather with other GBA students and alumni for renewal and learning.  You will be given assignments to continue integrating your full mind,: the brain, the heart, the gut, and your relationships.  You will be asked to help other GBA students and alumni that may need your expertise or experience to meet a specific challenge.

Greenbrier experiences and relationships are long lasting!

Meet one of GBA's Master Integration Coaches!

Sheri Petersen is a Certified Life Coach who trained with Rhonda Britten’s Fearless Living Institute. Sheri brings a diverse professional and personal experience to her coaching practice. Starting her career as a youth worker, providing support and encouragement to young people has given Sheri a foundation for future work with individuals and groups of all kinds. She earned her Master of Arts degree, and worked for 15 years in the world of non-profit. Here she managed and trained staff as well as facilitated educational and support groups for individuals with cognitive delays, families and professionals. Currently Sheri is a successful Personal Life Coach, Mentor and Facilitator, her professional and life experience allow her to provide an atmosphere of compassion, support and trust for her clients.

Sheri was drawn to Greenbrier Academy immediately. The idea of supporting girls and families in becoming their best possible self is completely in alignment with the work she has been doing as a Life Coach since 2004. Sheri believes that support is vital to the process of moving towards one’s goals and dreams, she guides her clients through the process of change with compassion and accountability.

Sheri has attended extensive training with leaders of Greenbrier Academy to learn the modalities of Greenbrier’s unique Relationality model.