Melisa Alaba

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I’m Melisa Alaba.
 
CEO of Vision Works Coaching and Counseling, Breakthrough Coach, Speaker, Published Author, Creator of the B’HEALED transformation process, Mama, and chocolate lover. I’m a licensed counselor with a Masters in Psychology from Roosevelt University, and a Life and Happiness Coach.
 
My book – Live Out Loud: 52 Ways to Reawaken Your Spirit and Live a Life of Purpose – was featured in the movie 72 Hours.
 My advice has been featured in Ebony Magazine, Ebony online, Parents Magazine, Redbook, ABC online.
And I’ve made live appearances on Fox News and CBS as well as given talks at countless events.

For the past 20 years I’ve coached over a thousand women of color to work through deep trauma, heal their wounds, have life-changing breakthroughs, and get to their next level.
 
I’m also a cancer survivor.
 
I’ve been through a painful divorce.
 
And I’ve been a single mom.
 So you could say I know a little something about having success… AND being resilient under fire.
As I took the time to work on ME, I learned the tools and structures that were helpful (and which ones were just “blah”). I made a courageous decision to expand, and not contract, in the face of these life circumstances.

I started to build my own system for personal transformation… the B’HEALED process (which stands for “Beautiful. Have an Extraordinarily. Awesome. Life. Every. Day.”).And I realized that these were the exact methods my clients needed to get through all the issues plaguing them…
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Lack of self care practices
  • Lack of true love and frustration with dating
  • Relationship drama
  • Imposter syndrome around money – scared to loose it or feeling unworthy of earning more
  • Fear about becoming more visible with professional growth
  • Spiritual growth and maturity (consistency in practices)
  • Feeling like your life was out of control

 
Sound familiar, Beautiful?
 I’m a professional therapist and life coach, but even I couldn’t do the work alone. I had to ask for help. This is when I learned that a doctor can’t operate on themselves. It's okay to get support, sis.

Asking for help is hard for black women. Hell, all women!
 But when you’re ready to lay your cape down and get the support you need, I’m here for you.

I guide women like you to get your rhythm back. And have…
 
  • More love
  • More laughter
  • More abundance
  • More fun
  • More discoveries

 
You may not feel super powerful today. Or radiant and full of vitality. Or worthy of a healthy, intimate relationship. Or satisfied with your business and income.
 
But TOGETHER we can co-create new rituals that feed your spirit and pave the way for the love, success, balance, health and abundance that’s waiting for you.
 
You are worth it.
 Let’s make it happen!


Melisa Alaba Reaches

Marietta GA