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Frances Kramer
Transformation Coach

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"My current focus to serve clients in their growth cycles from struggle to triumph has crystallized over the last few years. I have deepened my interest in expertise through graduate studies in psychology, and have been supplementing my qualifications, and integrating them into a holistic approach that addresses the mental, emotional, and physiological aspects of my clients. Be they corporate executives looking to grow their impact; socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals in recovery looking to build a better life; or disenfranchised and traumatized women and children seeking their place of meaning."

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"Wholeness is not achieved by cutting off a portion of one's being, but by integration of the contraries."

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Meet Frances

Multi-culturally raised and educated, cross-disciplinary wellness and transformation focused professional serving clients at major for-profit corporations, regional government agencies and local non profit foundations. Combine studies professional experiences across fields of psychology, trauma counseling, yoga traditions and multiple wellness disciplines to provide a holistic approach to aiding clients’ recovery and resilience building.

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My Specializations

I'm a transformation coach trained in these modalities:

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Therapeutic Coaching

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Recovery Coach

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Wellness & Mindset Coach

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Restorative Yoga

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What Clients Say

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"Frances counseled me in preparation for a major transition in my life. Below is one of my reflections several months after completing the cycle with her, which best describes the state of my well-being.

 

"One of the words I have recently learned is 'fallow'... a field restoring itself.  At this point in my life, this is where I am - my fallow time. I am reintegrating slowly into my life. I am allowing myself to be empty… being with that energy… finding out what is shimmering in my life… letting go of distractions so I can be present to others. I am in the process of settlement and integration and savoring the days… sorting out the big things as well as the everyday things. 

 

I am discovering more and more that it is not about “doing” at all but rather about “being”. I realize the most essential thing about my time alone and in this new path would be to find a rhythm, to listen for an internal cadence that would give hope to my days. I have remembered how to breathe and how to let my heart beat, how to think, how to envision and how to listen again - how to be in the loveliness of the Divine once again."

Mela L.