Online Scheduling

Trauma-Informed; Non-Medical
Coaching & Counseling
Via Phone or Video Chat

Thank you for visiting the scheduling page. Before you schedule below, please familiarize yourself with the following policies and procedures.

Scheduling an appointment means you have read and agree to abide by the policies and procedures.

Policies and Procedures

  • Because my schedule is quite full, I expect you to make yourself available for your scheduled sessions. 
  • I understand sometimes conflicts are unavoidable, so I allow you to reschedule your appointment up to 48 hours before.
  • However, session fees are NON-REFUNDABLE.
  • For this reason, make sure you are committed to attending BEFORE you purchase a session.
  • If you have a question, you can use the contact form below or email me at info@willowlifecoach.com
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  5. Fill out the required information and press PAY NOW.
  6. Once you pay, your appointment will be reserved.

Schedule a Session

$70 for 50 Minutes
Via Phone or Video Chat

My standard session schedule below is quite full. If you would like to schedule right away, please go HERE.

What Does Working Together Look Like?

The various parts of us (body, mind, soul, spirit, emotions, personality, abilities, etc.) are so intricately woven together that all aspects of us are impacted when we experience hardships and trauma. For this reason, I believe the most profound growth and healing occur when all parts of us are part of the process.

When we first meet, I’ll ask about your goals and what you hope to gain from working together. Some people have a clear picture of what they want, while others are overwhelmed and focused on surviving today (an expected impact of abuse and trauma). If this is your situation, we can start with your immediate needs, such as helpful information, clarity, a safety plan, or strategies to calm the chaos and anxiety.

I let each person decide how often they want to meet (permitting time in my schedule) and if they prefer to meet via phone or video chat.

As we talk, I discover your personality, experiences, preferences, and abilities. Getting to know you is an essential part of helping me present options and strategies that will be effective for you. I don’t believe a one-size-fits-all approach works. 

Part of being trauma-sensitive is that I’m always listening for potential triggers and roadblocks so that together we can develop creative ways to help you keep moving forward and avoid being retraumatized. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Christian Counseling

Do you take insurance?

My services are not medical, so they are not covered by medical insurance.

Who do you work with?

I work with English speaking adults from diverse cultures, countries, and backgrounds.

If you didn't see an answer to your question, the link below will take you to more frequently asked questions.

About Me

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Bonnie Ronstrom

I'm a certified life coach, victim's advocate, and pastoral counselor. My passion is to walk toward healing with those harmed by toxicity, narcissism, and spiritual abuse. I provide virtual, trauma-informed coaching, Christian counseling (non-medical), and consulting services.

Important!
Willow Life Coaching and Counseling, LLC does NOT provide medical services. Please see a licensed medical provider if you need medical and mental health services.

People are traumatized when they go through deeply distressing events. When these distressing events are ongoing (such as in the case of Narcissistic Abuse), the impacts are profound.

When there is stress, our brains temporarily change how they function to help us respond to the stressor and recover afterward. Prolonged trauma causes our brains to take on new patterns of functioning. Certain brain areas become overactive while others under-function. These changes are sometimes referred to as “trauma brain.”

Here are just a few of the signs of “trauma brain.”

Lack of focus

Memory issues, Forgetful

Fatigue, Unmotivated

Anxious, restless

Emotionally reactive

Difficulty feeling connected to anyone

Difficulty thinking through challenging topics 

More impulsive

Drawn toward addictions (food, shopping, drugs, researching, etc.)

Sleep difficulties

Loss of hope or difficulty thinking about the future

Jumpy 

Overthinking & obsessing

Headaches, stomach and intestinal issues, auto-immune disorders

Skeptical of everyone and everything

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