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Take some time to look through our coaches. If a particular coach resonates with you, please request to work with them. If you are not sure, you can ask us to match you with the coach we think would be best suited for you based on a brief intake form. You are in the driver seat of your wellness. If you would like to work with a variety of our coaches. Go for it! There are no limitations, nothing is mandated, and no one will know that you’re working with a coach unless you choose to share that information. This is wellness on your terms. We are here to serve YOU!

How it works:

Once you have chosen to utilize coaching click the “Work with a Coach” button. You will be directed to a breif verification form on our Contact Us page. Once you submit your verification form, you will be emailed a confidential intake form so that our coaches know how to best provide coaching for you. From there you and your coach will schedule a time that works best for you and have your session through a video call. It’s that simple to get started!

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As your coach, my goals are to help you define the current needs or challenges you face and to discover together, how I can best support you. I will provide unbiased feedback and a realistic perspective. But most importantly, I want to guide you toward developing a plan for success, however you define that. Are you looking for a coach to usher you toward your defined purpose with insight, not judgement? That’s where we’ll start.  

I’ve served in the military and this profession for 35 years, with experience from Officer to Chief, to Civilian Director. I am the son of a police officer and spouse of a retired sheriff’s deputy. Law Enforcement has permeated every aspect of my life, but I have learned it does not define who I am. I can bring this diverse background to the table to help you define your professional purpose or redefine your life goals and path moving forward. 

If you could go back to a pivotal moment in your past and provide insight and guidance to your younger self, would you take it? You could provide trusted support from the personal and professional life experiences you’ve had since that moment in time, to guide the desired outcome. 

I am passionate about helping others overcome adversity, to evolve their careers, to establish solid work-life balance and to shift their mindset. If my experience and resources can help you overcome adversity now, achieve a personal or professional dream to come, or simply clarify your next steps, I would love to work with you. 

Cindy Kerr

Often, we forget to make ourselves a priority, and find that how we approach stress, sleep, nutrition, and our thoughts affect our energy.  As a Master Certified Health and Wellness Coach through the Dr. Sears Wellness Institute, I enjoy meeting clients wherever they are at in their wellness journey.

I help clients overcome unhealthy habits so they can gain control of their wellness to live a purposeful, joy-filled life.  Together, we develop, plan, and implement behavior changes using an individualized positive approach toward simple changes that become a lifestyle of good choices.   

You are ultimately in charge of your choices, so why not learn to make choices that serve you best?

I am an Air Force active duty veteran and retired Police Sergeant that served in Patrol, Property Crimes and Document Crimes as a Detective, SWAT Hostage Negotiator, General Instructor for Mental Illness, Technical Services Sergeant, Honor Guard, and Peer Support team.

Cory Sack

Through experience, I have found we all need a coach or mentor in different stages in life. I am recently retired from 17 years of law enforcement wherein I primarily worked patrol. During those years, I excelled in areas of DUI and Crisis Intervention. My career was filled with great life events, and then, tragically, some of the darkest days of my life. I experienced personal health struggles related to being overweight and diabetic from alcoholism, extreme depression, loss of family, and, at many times, personal and professional doubts. Thankfully, I overcame these personal obstacles and was in the best shape of my life when I was the first officer to respond to a 911 hang-up call. Within seconds, I found myself in a gunfight for my life. Numerous bullets shattered the bones in both my legs, rendering me helpless and on a path of more than 3 years of surgeries and tests of my strength and perseverance I learned how to walk again, and eventually returned to full duty 20 months later.

As a Law Enforcement Coach, I endeavor to focus on mentoring and coaching individuals to identify what holds them back so they can find a way to move forward. The ability to talk with a coach about what life events and goals will allow you to move forward. Realizing that you are not alone in your concerns is a powerful tool to empower you to the next level. Whether your reason for reaching out is to cope with stress, seeking new achievements, or just wanting to chat about life, I am here. We can create the best version of you. I can assist in developing a strong mindset for personal and or career goals. 

 Sometimes slowing ourselves down will speed ourselves up. I am honored to assist you all in this process as we share personal and professional.

Kevin Mede

I was born and raised in Washington State. I have been a fully commissioned Law Enforcement officer since 1999.  Throughout my career, I have worked in Patrol, as an FTO, Patrol Sergeant, Crisis Negotiator, SWAT Commander, Major Crimes Sergeant, Union President, and Patrol Lieutenant.  I also currently serve as my agency’s Peer Support Coordinator.  I am also a certified FBI National Academy Associates trainer for Officer Wellness and Resiliency. 

I have had my share of struggles over those years from on-the-job injuries to on and off the job trauma and have come out the other side intact. 

My goal for coaching is to use my experiences to provide you with an unbiased, realistic, and confidential perspective to help you move from where you are to where you want to be.     

Success is a moving target and is defined by the individual.  I will collaborate with you to find what works for you – meeting you where you are at.  After that, it’s a matter of establishing a roadmap that I’ll help you stick to.   

Performance, happiness, success – none of it is one dimensional.  We all know if things get out of balance; our sleep, our health, our focus – other aspects of our life suffer as well.  In our industry, we are problem solvers.  We are the helpers.  But when it comes to our own lives; our performance, our career advancement, our happiness, and work/life balance – who helps us?  That’s where coaching comes in.  


I truly have a passion for helping those in Law Enforcement and giving back to those who give so much to their communities, by helping empower them to achieve their goals. I have over 30 years in Law Enforcement with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office retiring in December of 2015. I’ve been married for over 30 years and have 4 kids. I worked many assignments during my career, including Patrol, Lake Patrol, Motors and in the Criminal Courts system. I was promoted to Sergeant in 2004. I received numerous commendations and awards during my career that include two Life Saving awards and I was honored by MADD in 1994, 1999 and again in 2000 as the DUI officer of the year for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. I was a certified Instructor in Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus/Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Drug Recognition Expert. A large part of my career was spent educating police officers and the public around the country about impaired drivers. I was an Adjunct Instructor for The Institute Of Police Technologies and Management (IPTM) for 20 years and was invited to speak at conferences across the country on the topic of Impaired Driving including DUI prevention seminars at local community colleges. I was also invited to participate on a congressional committee in Washington D.C. on Impaired Drivers. I’m not just your coach, I’m your motivator, I’ve got your back.

Terri Arenas

With over 25 years of law enforcement experience as both a civilian and a sworn officer, I have worked in many different positions within the police department. During my career, I served as a Dispatcher, Civilian Investigator, Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, and Detective. The majority of my career was spent working as a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Division investigating Violent Crimes, Child/Sex Crimes and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC).   

Early in my career, I discovered my niche for investigating crimes against children. The cumulative effect from years of investigating these types of cases eventually took a toll on my mental and physical well-being. When you select me as your coach, you’ll quickly find that I’m an open book. I am more than willing to share with you my experience with work related PTSD to help you navigate your boat in unfamiliar waters.   

Our day to day lives can sometimes feel like déjà vu. If we take the time to slow down and pay attention, we can learn about our patterns and the small adjustments we can make. This can lead to major changes in your body, health, and how you feel. I want to use my life and law enforcement experiences to support and empower you to achieve your optimal potential.  

Robyn Arnold

I have been a State Trooper for the Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) since 1999. I was assigned to the KHP Training Academy in 2005 where I devoted my time and effort as a full-time instructor. My innate ability to teach led to numerous additional duties and specialties, including Pursuit Driving Team Lead, Scenario Coordinator, Report Writing Instructor, Collision Investigation Instructor, CPR/First Aid Instructor, Master Taser Instructor, Effective Speaking Instructor, Social Media Investigations/Networking Instructor, and Stress and Wellness Instructor.  

I am currently assigned to the Public and Government Affairs section to assist with the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement (CALEA) accreditation of the KHP Training Academy and Communications Center. I am also a certified ACE Personal Trainer specializing in Weight Management and Fitness Nutrition.  

I am married to another State Trooper. I co-parent three energetic fun-loving boys with my current husband and ex-husband.  

Focus for coaching: Providing help with balancing work and life, starting and maintaining a heart healthy lifestyle, mentoring the new officer and the challenges they face, sounding board for those trying to work through the stressors that being in law enforcement brings. 

Chris Zamora

The time is NOW! Up-Level your life. Leave behind any fear, worry or anxiety of what may or may not happen. As your Coach, my goals are to help you rediscover your sense of meaning, inspiration, purpose and renewing your inner energy.

My life and career experiences have provided me with resources to bring a fresh perspective to our coaching sessions.   Together we can remove any limiting beliefs by replacing them with an open mind welcoming new ideas, personal growth and embracing new opportunities. It is through this process you can create transformation into the highest version of yourself.

I currently reside in Arizona where I am a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Certified Life Coach, Shamanic Reiki Practitioner and Yoga Instructor. I incorporate principles from each of my chosen modalities into my unique style of coaching. I often refer to this as the “MMA” of Health and Wellness Coaching. I can provide you with a detailed Action Plan along with coaching techniques for your Mind, Body and Breath, allowing you to take focused actions towards achieving your goals and viewing life’s challenges as a way to test your strength, commitment and conviction.

Craig Garcia

I have over twenty (20) years of experience in law enforcement and have been involved in many hi-profile investigations as a Special Operations Detective to include homicides, gang motivated shootings, armed robbery crews, narcotics and organized crime groups.  I have over five (5) years as a Sergeant and spent several years supervising high risk operations as a Street Crimes Unit Sergeant.   I have been a certified AZPOST General Instructor for over fourteen (14) years and have routinely instructed classes at the police academy.  I have operated as an advanced training instructor with topics including Officer Involved Shootings and Mindset, Cell Phone Analyzation and Tracking, Fugitive Apprehension and Covert Surveillance. This has given me a unique perspective to provide mentorship for those looking for career advancement.  My experience allows me to consult those already in specialty areas and provide peer reviews on current investigations.   

During my career, I have been involved in several critical incidents which have given me first-hand experience in the importance of mindset training and resiliency.  I can speak on PTSD and the need to balance home life, physical fitness, mental focus and spirituality.   

My mission is to prepare you for a long healthy career in law enforcement by balancing personal and professional life.  I hope to help you achieve career goals with the insight of learning how to prepare for advancement testing. 

Shauna Henrie

With almost 30 years in Public Safety, I’ve seen the effect that constant stress has on personal and professional lives and I am thrilled to be part of the team working to ease this and to change this profession from one of constant mental/emotional and physical illness to one of health and abundance.

As your coach, I will be open minded, patient, empathetic, organized and attentive, and willing to push and hold my clients accountable to their actions and choices in a positive manner.

When it comes to Mental and Emotional Wellness within Law Enforcement,  support is critical; reducing the high level of stress, frustration and personal challenges caused in part by the career can reduce so many negatives – actions leading to discipline, absenteeism, health related concerns, addiction and self-medication, personal issues including divorce, depression, problems with family and children…I think the list is all-inclusive of life events and work concerns. And it can also be a benefit of positive moves, like career progression or changes, life events, etc.

Mike Lawson

My experience of being on my department’s Peer Support Team, and leading a 1st Responder Support group has prepared me to help others with grace and compassion. For me trust is one of the most important aspects of being a great coach. Being on the Peer Support Team through my department we take confidentiality very seriously. Individuals know that they can come to me with a problem and be sure that their issue will not be told to a supervisor or command.

 I also think leading by example is another trait of a great coach. I personally have used  counseling programs and sought additional support throughout my career.  I have had three close friends and coworkers die over the years. One died in the line of duty and the other two took their own lives. I dealt with each of these in different ways. One of the ways that helped me the most was doing a debrief or gathering with a group to talk about the incident. Once I realized others were feeling the same way that I did, I quickly realized I was not alone. These incidents have helped me relate to individuals that have come to me for Peer Support or just needed somebody to talk to. 

Whatever you are going through, you are not alone.  I would be honored to be your coach.

Bryan Byrd

I view this coaching role as an incredible unique opportunity to blend my 14 years experience in Law Enforcement with my decades long passion to coach and help people become more whole. When I first heard about Law Enforcement Coaching, I was super excited to hear about the direct coaching with other officers. I thought, “Finally”, – people who get it.

Outside of the traditional counseling world and other Employee Assistance Programs (EAP), I had not heard of a structure like Law Enforcement Coaching, that strives to put people with street credentials into the chair to listen and support those who sometimes need it the most. 

Personally, I have always had a coach or was coaching others through formal teams or informal one on one meetings. I have grown in a variety of ways with the help of my coaches. Empathy, emotional IQ, and understanding the grieving process are just a few areas which coaches have helped me during the last few years

With Mental/Emotional support the effects to Law Enforcement can and should be very measurable and impactful. I believe a supported officer is one that is not alone in his day to day calling. An officer who is not alone is one who is prepared to take on the call of duty and when he/she needs help they don’t hesitate to reach out and find the resources they need. To be an officer with a coach also takes a level of humility that can be impactful across an organization.

Tami Sharp

My experience with LE is a little different than most. I grew up in a very remote part of Washington State. A little town nestled in the Cascade Mountains called Newhalem. My dad was a Whatcom County outpost deputy and was responsible for patrolling and protecting a 72 miles radius, with his only back up being one State Trooper who lived 14 miles away from us, and we considered family. 

If you look on a map, you will see that Bellingham Washington, which is where Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office is located, as well as the courthouse, jail, hospital and everything else my dad needed in order to do his job, is just shy of a 2 hour drive from where we lived. Which meant if he arrested someone or anything happened, he typically wouldn’t be back home for at least a day.   My dad didn’t have shifts. He worked 24/7.  We had a sheriff’s sign in our driveway and people would knock on our door, alarms would sound in our home, the radio was always on, and he responded to calls at a moments notice, at all hours of the day and night.  Though you can’t really  get away with this anymore, I learned to run radar starting when I was 4, I learned how to shoot a gun when I was 6, I had my own radio channel, and I would ride shotgun and decide who we pulled over. It was the 80’s. Simpler times! Lol

My point in sharing this with you, is so you can understand that I have been living and breathing a deep understanding of LE since I came into this world and I am humbled and honored to use my life’s experience and expertise to give back to all of you that put your lives on the line for complete strangers.  It would be my honor to be a coach for you.

Sarah Fraemohs

As your coach, I want you to know that you are not alone in your struggles and stresses, though at times it may feel otherwise. You always have someone to reach out too when the going gets tough. Life can be a lot at times just with the day to day, then you throw a Law Enforcement position in the mix and it’s a whole other ball game.

I really feel that there is such a great need for coaching. LEO’s need to talk and get “it” off their chest, whatever your “it” may be.  It’s important to decompress so you can shed the added or at least some of the added stress instead of taking it home with you.

I have experienced a lot of life in my short time on earth. However, I use my tests as my testimony, and share often with others so they know they are not alone.  As your coach, I will listen with compassion and an open mind and heart and help you find answers and solutions that work realistically for you.

Stephanie Ameiss

I am a retired Peace Officer/Detective. I have served a multitude of assignments, including Patrol, Undercover Narcotics, Street Level Narcotics, U.S./Mexico Border Cartel Operations), multi-jurisdictional gang task force, counter-terrorism task force, and Intel Detective.

I have been an AZPOST-certified instructor, holding AZPOST certifications Law Enforcement Fitness Instructor. I also taught southwest gangs and Terrorisms classes.  

After a 60-foot fall, I recovered and learned to adapt to my injuries. Throughout my career, I often dealt with significant injuries and worked through the recovery process, healing from 32 surgeries. I now teach Yoga to help others recover from injuries.

During my career, I was on the Critical Incident Stress Management team and was fortunate enough to be the benevolent fund president. I have mentored many young officers during my career and am still a mentor in retirement. I love to utilize the skills I learned from my training, experience, and determination to instruct, guide, and mentor active-duty Police Officers.

I love all water sports, hiking with my dogs, and cooking for friends and family in my free time. I live in Arizona, and you’ll find me outside most of the time.