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In this episode, Dianne A. Allen interviews Barb Klein is a Possibilitator - the founder of Inspired Possibility, a life coach, meditation teacher, retreat facilitator, and the author of 111 Invitations: Step into the Full Richness of Life.
We discuss Barb’s book and much of her personal story and the passion that underpins her powerful work.
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About Barb Klein:
Barb Klein is a Possibilitator - the founder of Inspired Possibility, a life coach, meditation teacher, retreat facilitator, and the author of 111 Invitations: Step into the Full Richness of Life.
She loves helping women develop self-awareness and practices of mindfulness, self-care, and self-compassion so that they can open to possibility. Through the work women do with Barb, they come home to themselves – finding more peace and joy, bringing out their gifts and shadows, needs and desires so that they can embody the life they are here to live.
Barb understands how easy it can be for women to lose themselves… to roles or stories of who they are or who they should be, to other people’s needs or ideas, or through years of conditioning.
As a mom who has navigated life through her son’s mental health challenges, Barb has a strong desire to support moms impacted by their son or daughter’s substance use or other mental health condition make their own well-being a priority and find peace and possibility beyond the pain of this often overwhelming and powerless experience.
You can find out more by visiting Barb’s website at www.inspiredpossibility.com