Years ago, a friend of mine from a chronic illness support group told me about DNRS. At that point, I had exhausted all treatment options. Not only had they been ineffective, some were actually making my condition worse. I knew there had to be a brain component, so the DNRS program made complete sense to me.
When I first started DNRS, I felt like I was alone in my suffering. However, joining the DNRS global community forum connected me with others, and I began to focus on celebrating my progress. During my own recovery I worked with a DNRS coach and this reassured me that I was on the right track, and also helped me stay motivated. It is so meaningful to now provide this same support to my own DNRS clients.
I’ve always been a teacher and a lifelong learner at heart, so I love helping others learn for themselves that they, too, can successfully make neuroplastic changes in the brain and reach full recovery. Being a Certified DNRS Coach has been the best career of my life. I get to do work that I love, and help many people succeed in their recovery journey.
In addition to my work with DNRS, I enjoy spending time with my husband, our daughter, and our two dogs. We enjoy hiking, boating, and basically doing anything outdoors. We also enjoy cultural events and attend musicals, plays, museums, art exhibitions, and festivals.
Kelly’s story of recovery can be found on her website limbicrecovery.com