ABOUT

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Cynthia Way

Master Certified Coach (MCC)

Cynthia Way is a Master Certified Coach, the highest level of credentialing as certified by the International Coaches Federation. Her work is grounded in neuroscience research, emotional intelligence, spiritual principles and various relationship modalities. While she has a certification in Social Therapy, she is not a licensed therapist.


Since 2001, Cynthia has had her own coach/facilitator/trainer business called Way To Go! Inc.  This year, during Covid, she launched Les Ladies, LLC, which arose out of her passion to work with the lesbian/bi/queer/trans women population.  Cynthia is committed to taking all the skills and training that she’s used to help leaders in organizations  have better relationships, deal with conflict, manifest their goals and dreams, align with their passion and purpose, plus all the personal development training she's had over the last 35 years, roll it all together to help women who love women find, create and maintain healthy, loving relationships

Cynthia identifies as pansexual, lesbian and homoflexible.  Cynthia uses the pronouns she/her/hers.

Aimee Shapiro

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Aimee Shapiro is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 10 of experience doing counseling with individuals, couples and families.  She has extensive experience in working with trauma, including physical, emotional and sexual trauma, domestic violence, and combat trauma, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, relationship issues,  self esteem , body image, grief and loss, communication and boundaries.  Before she was a psychotherapist, Aimee also trained and worked as a massage therapist.  Aimee brings her belief in the connection between body, mind, spirit and emotions to all of the work she does.  Aimee supports each client with compassion and respect, creating a safe space where each is able to express, to grow, to feel empowered, and to take actions to move themselves forward on their own unique journey.

Aimee identifies as bisexual and heteroflexible.  Aimee uses the pronouns she/her/hers.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

You feel like a friend. You have incredible depth of knowledge but your persona is very approachable, very easy.  Your demeanor is that you felt like one of the group, as opposed to someone behind a podium handing us your wisdom.  No intimidation, no sense of
having to live up to a certain level of involvement.  Very free to be ourselves.  No shame, no blame.  Just like the SMART goals, your approach gets inside the way a conversation with a friend does.

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