About Me

Hi, I’m Wynne.

I’m so glad you’re here! Alcohol can negatively impact anyone, regardless of their profession (doctors, lawyers, teachers, etc.) I typically accomplished anything I set out to in life, so I felt embarrassed that I couldn’t figure out this whole alcohol thing.

I had a pattern of taking breaks from alcohol, but sooner or later, I would always go back to drinking more than I would like. While I was able to moderate my alcohol consumption at times, the cognitive dissonance was always there – causing me discomfort, stress, and anxiety.

Cognitive dissonance is when you strongly believe something, such as, “I need alcohol for enjoyment or relaxation,” while contradicting evidence challenges that belief (e.g., body aches, poor sleep, increased anxiety.) It’s a painful struggle to reconcile the two. I don’t want others to feel this way!

You deserve to feel better and break free from your internal conflict around alcohol. It’s important to note that it’s not the amount of alcohol or the number of days you drink that’s important; it’s how alcohol makes you feel. If alcohol is no longer serving you, or you wonder what your life could be like without it – join me on this transformative journey to a better life!

You don’t need to label yourself an “alcoholic” or hit rock bottom to make a change – I certainly didn’t! I was what many would call a “grey area drinker.” However, Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a spectrum, ranging from mild, moderate, to severe. Grey area drinking is still typically mild to moderate AUD. The truth is, it’s very hard to moderate an addictive substance. You’re not alone, and nothing is wrong with you!

My program is not about deprivation. Through my challenge, you’ll realize you aren’t giving anything up – you are gaining so much MORE in sobriety.

My background

I have over 17 years of experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor. I draw from my background in leading behavior change groups and personal experiences to enhance my courses. I offer a 12-week sobriety challenge and mindfulness course, Zenful Mind.

I use the word “sober” because the definition means “not affected by alcohol, not drunk.” Being “sober” from a mindfulness and mental health perspective means cultivating a heightened awareness of your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It involves embracing the present moment without the influence of substances, allowing for greater clarity and connection.

You are capable of change if you are willing, motivated, and have access to the right tools and support! My holistic approach focuses on developing lasting behavioral change, building healthier coping mechanisms, fostering self-awareness, and nurturing emotional resilience.

It’s important to note that while I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas, the information provided in my courses is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended to replace professional advice from a doctor or establish a counselor-client relationship. For further details, please review the Disclaimer, Terms of Use, and Privacy Policy.

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12-week sobriety challenge

If you’re like me and ready for a lifestyle upgrade, please click to enroll in my 12-week sobriety challenge to start feeling better today!

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