Before working with Amanda, I was anxious about the future and really unsure of my next steps career-wise. I’d spent my whole life working toward a singular goal and I had done what I set out to achieve and didn’t know where to do from there.
She helped me uncover what I really want from life. I’ve been working to actively include more things in my life that bring me joy. And I’m working on trusting that things will be ok.
- Kate S.
My favorite part of working with Amanda are those "aha" moments I experience in every session. Those moments when, thanks to Amanda's supportive coaching, I learn to recognize yet another long-held thought pattern that has been keeping me stuck. I am learning so much from Amanda and hope that many other women get to experience the amazing work that you do!
- Margaret M.
I was afraid that I didn't have what it takes to face some of the challenges that life is bound to throw my way. I was also afraid of taking decisive action towards what I felt I really wanted for my life. Amanda would simplify my fears and challenge me with curiosity. Why does it have to be this hard? What if it were easier? And when I looked at challenges in this way it "took me off the hook", alleviated some of the pressure I was putting on myself. It cleared away my limiting thoughts and opened up my heart and made room for love to do the work.
- Tailani S.
The biggest gift from coaching with Amanda has been being able to identify and alter the thoughts that are holding me back. Doing so has allowed me to break free from the story I would tell myself, and make the changes I want to see in my life.
- Kay F.Book a Consult
Amanda Ryan Fear, D. ED
My passion is helping women learn how to manage their thoughts and habits so they can build a life they truly love. I know it's possible because I'm doing it.
Our generation has been told we can have it all, and we’re learning that’s true, but there’s a price. We constantly feel exhausted and behind in all areas of our life when we try. Taking care of ourselves goes out the window in order to get everything else done. The perfectionistic tendencies that got us the good grades, the good jobs, and the praise and approval are now ruining our health, friendships, and well-being.
My coaching work was born out of my own experience as a Type-A overachiever who had checked all of the life boxes (Ivy League education, marriage, homeownership, professional advancement...) and found myself wondering why I still didn't feel fulfilled.
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