Aimee Serafini is a women’s empowerment coach and an energy psychology practitioner specializing in helping women empowered to go for their dreams by loving and accepting themselves exactly as they are right now. She is the author of Loving All of Me: Even the Parts I Thought I Had to Hate, the creator of the Loving Food Loving Life event empowering women to explore and heal from emotional eating, and creator of the TANGO System for Happier Relationships™ to help women feel more connected and at peace with their relationships when they are the only ones trying to improve them. See this blog post for the reasons why she was motivated to help others through coaching and energy psychology.
She has advanced certification in Emotional Freedom Technique, and is a Certified Life Coach by the American University of Neuro Linguistic Programming. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Natural Health and is an ordained minister.
Prior to finding her life’s calling as a coach in 2002, Aimee considered herself a “traveler”. After deciding at the age of 15 that she wanted to see the world, she structured her life around travel, moving around both coasts of the United States to save money to fund further travel. She has backpacked through over 50 countries on her own, logging over 5 years on the road, in addition to living in Bangkok and New Zealand. Although she still loves to travel and incorporates it in her life, she is now most passionate about coaching women to love and accept themselves exactly as the are and let go of judgments and comparisons so they feel worthy enough to reach for their dreams.
She now lives back in her home town of Columbus, Ohio, and her interests there include gardening, tennis, and trying new recipes.
Disclaimer: Aimee provides her services in the role of a life coach and mentor. She is not a psychologist, psychotherapist, physician, or other licensed health care provider and only offers her services as a mentor and coach. Any information on this website or discussed in a group or personal session is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any medical problem, mental illness, emotional disturbance, or psychological disorder nor is it intended as a substitute for seeking professional health care advice. She strongly advises that you seek professional advice as appropriate before making any health decision.