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Coaching for Parkinson's Disease
Patients and Caregivers

Are you or a loved one facing the challenges of Parkinson's disease? Do you long for emotional support, coping strategies, and a brighter outlook on your journey? You're not alone,.  I understand.  My dad had Lewy Body Dementia, and had symptoms similar to Parkinson's.

Introducing Specialized Coaching Sessions

These specialized coaching sessions are designed to help Parkinson's patients and their caregivers manage stress and anxiety.  Your sessions are tailored to your unique needs and circumstances, providing you with the tools and strategies to navigate your journey with resilience and positivity.

Why Choose to work with Mary Beth?

Mary Beth is a caring and compassionate coaching professional who understands the complexities of Parkinson's disease. She provides a safe, supportive, judgment-free environment where you can express your feelings, learn new coping strategies, and gain a more grounded perspective. 

What You Can Expect

  • Personalized Strategies: Everyone's journey is different. That's why your coaching sessions are tailored to meet your specific needs and goals.

  • Practical Tools:  You will receive practical tools and techniques to manage stress and anxiety, helping you to maintain a positive outlook and improve your quality of life.

  • Compassion and Empathy: Your coaching sessions provide a platform for you to share your experience in a safe and confidential place. 

Take the First Step Today

Don't let stress and anxiety control your life. Take the first step towards a more positive, resilient future by signing up for your coaching sessions today. I would love to support you every step of the way.

Remember, you're not alone.  Start your transformation today.

Parkinson’s disease patients often experience depression and anxiety. These symptoms can be just as disruptive for patients and families as the motor aspects of the disease. Addressing these non-motor symptoms through mindfulness, meditation and Emotional Freedom Technique (aka Tapping) can reduce the feelings of stress and anxiety in patients.  These techniques are helpful to caregivers as well.  There can be a sense of hopelessness for both the patient and their families, as PD is a progressive disease.  There is no turning back. However, getting emotional support can make the PD experience a little easier to manage. 

Tapping can stimulate brain function and rewire neuropathways in the brain without invasive implants or electrodes.  This all natural technique uses “tapping” with your fingertips on meridian endpoints in the body.  Tapping is a mind-body technique that stimulates the brain (cognitive thoughts,) the nervous system (the fight or flight response to perceived fear,) and the energy systems in the body (the energy centers around fear, safety, etc) to effectively reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

Tapping on Parkinson’s, specifically, allows you to voice, honor, and acknowledge the feelings you have about this disease.  It’s not comfortable to discuss these feelings in most situations, but in a session, you have a safe space to speak those hidden thoughts and feelings.  

Some topics to address with Tapping include:



Feelings of Hoplessness

Loss of independence 


Saying out loud “It’s not fair,” “I hate this disease,” “I’m afraid,” “My body won’t do what I want it to,” “I hate watching this happen to my (loved one),” helps to move energy that can otherwise be trapped and stuck in your body.  Voicing these thoughts while tapping activates the nervous system, reduces cortisol (a stress hormone in the body) and creates peace and calm in the system, in just minutes!  

Let's get started!  Book your session today!

Disclaimer: EFT is a complementary therapy and should not replace medical advice or treatment for Parkinson's disease. Always consult with your healthcare provider.

Some patients may have difficulty with Tapping, due to limited mobility.  We will accommodate this on a case by case basis.

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