Every minute of every day, your body is physically reacting, literally changing, in response to the thoughts that run through your mind. Science has shown over and over again that just thinking about something can cause your brain to release neurotransmitters, chemical messengers that allow it to communicate with parts of itself and your nervous system. Neurotransmitters control virtually all of your body’s functions from digestion to mood.
Join Susan DeWitt Armstrong and Sarah Mokma to discover:
How gaining control of your thoughts and words can help you replace anxiety and sadness with peace and happiness.
How owning your thoughts about yourself can finally set you free from the judgements of others and help you step into your power.
How watching your thoughts and words can literally change the way you think therefore changing the way you see and experience life.
How “re-wiring” your brain with positive thoughts will make new “automatic” pathways that take you down a positive path instead of a negative one.
Susan De Witt Armstrong is a veteran teacher with a MA in Counseling and JD in law. Over the past thirty years, while raising her three boys, she became an advocate for children with disabilities by facilitating monthly support groups for parents and advocating for the accommodations needed in helping children navigate a system that did not fit their learning style. Susan has worked with numerous teens and young adults to help them find their college and career paths and is passionate about helping them find their authentic self.
Sarah Mokma is a board-certified naturopathic doctor who has studied psychology, various parenting methods, and many natural healing modalities in addition to raising to of her own children into their teen and young adult ages. She has worked with teens in many capacities of mentoring and healing over the last 20 years and has a heart for today’s teens and their need for something deeper out of life.