Heidi Benjaminsen Coaching

Are you scared to send your first child to college?

I was too. you aren't alone. I can help.

Are you scared to send your first child to college?

I was scared too. You aren't alone. I can help.

Podcast: Confidence Coaching with Heidi Benjaminsen

Ep. 186 Understanding Your Nervous System

Hey there, moms! If you’re getting ready to send your kid off to college, this episode of Confidence Coaching with Heidi Benjaminsen is definitely for you. Heidi dives into understanding our nervous system and how it affects our emotions and reactions, especially during big life changes like your child leaving for college. She explains that

Ep. 185 How To Live Drama Free

Episode 185 of Confidence Coaching focuses on achieving freedom from drama in life. The host, Heidi Benjaminsen, starts by defining drama as exaggerated behavior or reactions, often performed for others. She then outlines six key strategies to reduce drama in our lives. The first strategy is to create space for thinking and curiosity about situations

Ep. 184 Feeling Sad

A friend told me she was sad and asked if she could call me.  Episode 184 is step by step how I validated, witnessed and helped her process her sadness. We will all feel sad, it is a normal human emotion. The skill of zooming in and seeing the sad is what helps all of

I was you, twice.

Three years ago, I watched my oldest board a plane to go to Europe for his first semester of college.  I was nervous, scared, worried AND hated the loss of control I was feeling.  I had some peace too.

This semester wasn’t a walk in the park for either of us, but knowing how to handle my worries and anxieties meant I could be a calm support.  

I knew how to send him the confidence he needed to thrive and come home having grown more than I could have hoped.  

This experience helped me the next year as I took my second son to his freshman college dorm 2,000 miles from home.  I used the tools (I now teach clients) to stay calm and regulated when he wasn’t calm.  I knew how to handle the disappointments, scary moments and growing pains with hope and confidence.

You don’t need to be drowning in worry and anxiety.  Let me know you.  (Which helps them, I promise!)

Testimonials

The concepts Heidi coaches with are transformative. Heidi has helped me have power over my worry, peace with my messy mom life and confidence in my relationships. She offers new thoughts and ideas about my circumstances that truly open my eyes. Her coaching does require personal responsibility, but it is absolutely empowering.
- M.R
Heidi has been one of the most influential people in my individual growth. She helped me heal wounds and relationships I thought were broken forever. By softening my heart and learning tools to change my emotions, everyone around me has softened as well and my depression is lifting. I’ve learned to see the good in myself that has always been there.
- L.H.
Heidi has been an incredible help teaching me the tools I need to manage myself. Everything comes down to self-awareness. How do I want to show up for me and for others? Heidi has taught me how to incorporate all of the self-improvement work I’ve done prior and really put it into practice. I’m feeling more confident in who I am.
- S.Y.

Testimonials

In 3 months of coaching with Heidi, I learned more about myself than years of therapy. I am now much, much calmer with my 4 teenagers. I've learned to get out of my own way so I can move forward as I grieve the loss of my husband and create an amazing future for my family.
- Suzi R.
Working with Heidi has truly helped me change my life. Using the techniques I have learned has helped me improve my relationship with myself, my teenaged daughter, and others. With Heidi's coaching I have so much more confidence in dealing with the trials of raising a teenage daughter, in today's confusing world even strangers have commented on our relationship. This work really works!
- Kimm H.
Coaching with Heidi has changed my life and my family's life. I love and value myself on such a high level now that my income has doubled and I've lost 70 pounds while working with Heidi. She is incredibly intuitive and insightful with her coaching. I worry much less about my children and feel so hopeful about their futures.
- Suzanne H.

I was you, twice!

Three years ago, I watched my oldest board a plane to go to Europe for his first semester of college.  I was nervous, scared, worried AND hated the loss of control I was feeling.  I had some peace too.

This semester wasn’t a walk in the park for either of us, but knowing how to handle my worries and anxieties meant I could be a calm support.  

I knew how to send him the confidence he needed to thrive and come home having grown more than I could have hoped.  

This experience helped me the next year as I took my second son to his freshman college dorm 2,000 miles from home.  I used the tools (I now teach clients) to stay calm and regulated when he wasn’t calm.  I knew how to handle the disappointments, scary moments and growing pains with hope and confidence.

You don’t need to be drowning in worry and anxiety.  Let me know you.  (Which helps them, I promise!)

Confidence Coaching with Heidi Benjaminsen Podcast

Ep. 186 Understanding Your Nervous System

Hey there, moms! If you’re getting ready to send your kid off to college, this episode of Confidence Coaching with Heidi Benjaminsen is definitely for you. Heidi dives into understanding our nervous system and how it affects our emotions and reactions, especially during big life changes like your child leaving for college. She explains that

Ep. 185 How To Live Drama Free

Episode 185 of Confidence Coaching focuses on achieving freedom from drama in life. The host, Heidi Benjaminsen, starts by defining drama as exaggerated behavior or reactions, often performed for others. She then outlines six key strategies to reduce drama in our lives. The first strategy is to create space for thinking and curiosity about situations

Ep. 184 Feeling Sad

A friend told me she was sad and asked if she could call me.  Episode 184 is step by step how I validated, witnessed and helped her process her sadness. We will all feel sad, it is a normal human emotion. The skill of zooming in and seeing the sad is what helps all of

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