Check Out My Television Debut!

Well, they say the camera adds 10 pounds, and today I’m choosing to believe it.

But that’s my problem, not yours.

I always thought my television debut would come as the mysterious and beautiful woman on a soap opera, dazzling in her glamour and inspiring admiration with her winning ways. Instead, surprisingly, it came as the subject of an interview on a show about local businesses. Go figure.

I’m happy to say I was featured on “Business Connection,” a show produced by the good folks at NCTV17 in Naperville, Illinois. They gave me an opportunity to talk about what I do as a coach, particularly in relationship with people who are living with their own mental illness or a loved one’s.

I’d be honored if you would watch this video and share it with anyone who might want to know more about coaching or who might benefit from what I do. I’m passionate about this work, and while this local TV station might have a limited reach, I don’t. I work with people from all over, walking with them and challenging them to make their lives more like what they want them to be.

I may not be glamourous, but maybe I can still inspire you.

  1. Paul Beech says:

    I started following you a week ago. I read and reposted your article that quoted a Stat on mental illness and how “Evangelicals are wrong”. I agree that many Evangelicals (including myself) need to wake up to mental illness issues. Thanks for your ministry. By the way I hate that women are graded and degraded because of their looks. From a 56 year old happily married Missionary who hates how he looks on video…I thought you came off professional, humble, real, relatable, wholesome, femine, Christ honoring and Proverbs 31 like. I am putting “Troubled Minds” on my reading list.


  2. Janelle says:

    congrats!! You absolutely do help people “move from where they are to where they want to be.” Definitely.

  3. Anita says:

    Great job, Amy!

  4. Marie says:


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