Patricia Reynolds-Meade 
Member since Nov 30, 2012

Patricia Reynolds-Meade has been an Addiction Therapist/Life Coach from as far back as she can remember. She had her first intervention in the girl’s bathroom in middle school at age thirteen years old. Since then, she has become an empathic and resourceful business professional. Pat is passionate about using her skills and talents to motivate and empower her clients, especially women, to live abundant lives and eliminate emotional pain. Pat has a unique understanding of the confluence of spiritual lack and mental health. Pat consistently offers fresh insight, inspiration, and practical solutions to life’s problems. She works with a wide variety of clients; from addicts to domestic violence victims; from Christian to Gay and Lesbian. She enjoys developing plans that help them to reconnect with their authentic selves to achieve their growth goals. Pat is a graduate of Liberty University, an active Mental Health Board member, and avid networker in her community. More importantly, she loves helping others. She maintains a private practice in Roseville, near Sacramento that offers “house calls”, SKYPE, and telephone Addiction Therapy/Life Coaching services. Check out Pat’s website if you are interested in her services! http://www.mrspatthecoach.com/ or http://www.apositiveoption.com

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