Esther has been empowering people as a Transformational Leader, Spiritual Mentor, Core Belief Engineering Holistic Therapist, Motivational Speaker and Writer for almost a decade.
Using ever evolving tools and techniques, Esther works with people of all ages and backgrounds to help them open to more consciousness, stand in their power and think in new ways. She is committed to helping you walk through fear, break through barriers, embrace change and unlock your potential.
After a life altering Ah Ha moment in her mid thirties, Esther realized that she was an “Almost There Girl,” successful in some areas of her life and off the mark in others.
Fed up with living an “almost there” life, Esther embarked on a journey of personal growth and transformation using the Core Belief Engineering Technique. Over the years she has made giant leaps in her life and continues to set new goals and reach for her desires.
Esther appears regularly on television and radio shows as a guest expert including the CBC’s Steven and Chris Show, CH Morning Live and Mom U.
Esther’s transformational keynote addresses and seminars have made her a highly sought after inspirational speaker. When she speaks Esther stirs the hearts and minds of her audience taking them to new levels of awareness and helping them to be their true potency. Esther inspires and guides people to achieve their dreams and new heights of personal and spiritual growth and awareness.
This former broadcast journalist and McGill University graduate is involved in a private practice in in Burlington, Ontario with an international clientele.
Esther’s clients and peers credit her success to her ability to see beyond the content and get to the root of a problem. Her trademarks are compassion, inspiration, insight, intuition and the ability to facilitate positive change.
Esther has an adventurous spirit and is willing to take risks. When she hears herself say, “I’ve always wanted to do that,” she goes out and does it.
Esther will be your greatest encourager always whispering to you, “You’re Almost There Girl, keep going. You’re Almost There Girl, keep believing.”