behavioral relationship expert
Tracy Crossley is a Behavioral Relationship Expert and Published Author! Her work centers on busting through patterns of behavior through emotional work—to transform you from the inside out. The purpose is to deliver you the opportunity to up your Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and experience happy healthy relationships. The work begins with deepening your self-awareness, so your limiting beliefs and patterns become obvious to you–not as a thought, but from another perspective meant to transform your EQ.
As someone who has struggled with impostor syndrome and insecure attachment issues for most of her life, Tracy shares her experiences with equal parts empathy, and humor. She’s been there, and knows how much change is available to others who refuse to settle. With a background in psychology, an innate emotional intuition, somatics, and building from her own personal experience, Tracy is able to zero in on your obstacles for a true shift. With no b.s., she is your co-pilot in navigating you out of anxiety, problem-focused thinking and feeling like your personal life is a trainwreck. You will learn to trust yourself to make healthy, happy choices that allow high-performance individuals to have a sense of well-being.
Another string of meetings included a therapist with who I became friends. It was through her that a series of events unfolded and I was asked to give psychic readings in her beautiful new age store. It was there that I finally decided to start coaching. I took more training from Dr. Rosie Kuhn who had developed a transformative coaching program at a post-graduate university.
For the first few years, I had no website or online presence as I saw everyone in person. Finally arrived in the digital world with my business, as I started writing a blog. I wrote about the on-again, off-again relationship I experienced, hoping to achieve some level of clarity. I cringed every time I published a post because I felt so exposed; I always appeared to have my shit together and this was further proof to me that I had fallen down the hole. This level of vulnerability was beyond scary. When I took my writing outside my own platform to elephant journal (and later to Huffington Post) where even more eyes would see it, I cringed but knew it could help many others.