Everything you want is on the other side of fear….
When young, Stephanie Freethy would watch The X Files, and her interest in police investigation was born. She wanted to be a profiler for the FBI.
She achieved her bachelors in criminal justice, and didn’t qualify for the FBI because they have 5 categories of criteria, and she only met one. She went on to get her master’s degree in psychology.
“Maybe I could still be a profiler. I applied for the Secret Service. Because the hiring process is a year, I joined the police force and realized in a big department there are different avenues you can go down. I was in patrol for about 3 and a half years.”Stephanie Freethy
Stephanie followed that with five years in the investigative division giving interviews and collecting evidence. Then she became a sergeant.
“I chose to leave police work without a backup plan and discovered coaching. I got certified at the same time I left a toxic, miserable marriage with a one-year old child to parent.
At 40, I started realizing that other women are feeling the same way I was; like they’ve been living life doing what’s expected of them or based on what society tells them. They are ready to start doing something for themself.”Stephanie Freethy
Stephanie’s coaching focus became clear. She would help women in their forties figure out the rest of their life.
“When I originally started live coaching I didn’t know what I was going to do with it. I realized women talk about their problems in therapy, but there doesn’t seem to be a plan or a solution. With life coaching there actually is a solution for these women.”Stephanie Freethy
Stephanie realizes therapy can be costly for many women. Her programs instruct women who can’t afford therapy or don’t have access to it, as long as a licensed professional isn’t needed.
“I can help them get over the first hump until they can help themselves. I don’t know where I would be right now if it wasn’t for all the years of therapy. I don’t know who I would be right now.”Stephanie Freethy
Part of Stephanie’s course focuses on boundaries because our sense of boundaries is formed in the first 3 years of life. It’s incredible to think about this because we don’t even have memory of the first 3 years of our life.
“This was eye-opening to me. No wonder I am who I am. No wonder I am this way. But I’m no longer a victim. I am free to be whoever I want to be, I get to do whatever I want to do. I don’t have to please anybody else.”Stephanie Freethy
~ If you are or know a woman who is tired of banging her head against the wall, or lying in bed at night thinking about how unhappy she is…
~ If you are, or know a woman who wonders, “Why am I unhappy?”…
~ If you are, or know a woman who feels guilty for being unhappy or finds it challenging to feel grateful for what she has…
Stephanie Freethy is a life coach who can truly help.
“Together we identify three primary things for you that if worked through will make life easier. Once we get over those hurdles I’ll teach you the foundational framework for the rest of your life. I don’t want you to need me forever. I don’t want you to have to go to therapy forever.”Stephanie Freethy
She has a program called From Fear to Fierce and a Facebook community with all women.
“In my community women support each other and realize they’re not alone. They realize it’s okay to want more than just being a wife and a mother. And you don’t have to feel guilty about that.”Stephanie Freethy