Alyssa Morauske began working in church development and community outreach in 2010. After several years, she realized her passion for spirituality needed to be combined with an understanding of emotional and mental health. She is soon-to-be a graduate from Liberty University with a Bacherlor’s degree in Psychology – Christian & Crisis Counseling with a minor in Parent & Adolescent Development. Alyssa gave birth to a medically fragile son in 2018, and since has become very passionate about helping mothers and women dealing with unexpected trauma and loss. She is enthusiastic about equipping women and teens with tools to battle depression, grief, guilt & shame, and low self-esteem. With the combination of biblical teaching, Alyssa hopes to help establish a clearer picture of a healing, compassionate God for each client.
What leads you to be a coach? People! Plain and simple. I know what it is like to be on the other end of the line desperately needing someone to listen and validate my experience. Knowing that I give someone else the same opportunity is what drives me.
What do you like best about it? My favorite is the “ah-ha” moment that brings clarity and understanding to the client and myself. These moments empower victory and healing to take place.
How do you recharge on your day off? Spending quality time with my family out in nature, reading my Bible, doing something creative, and having a great conversation with a friend.
What are your three favorite things? My God, my family, and nature.