We guide parents, students, and educators to lead inspired lives.


We guide parents, students, and educators to lead inspired lives.

Our mission is to facilitate parents, students, and teachers to live a truly inspiring life.  A life that combines the most meaningful values + deepest callings with the practical skills that ground all of this. The experience can be transformational, or a smaller, yet significant step, to live a meaningful, joyful life.

We meet each client where they are, if they are 8 or 88, helping them to create a wholistic plan for health and happiness, the skills that will optimize their current experience (Study/Academic, Parent, Teaching or Work Skills), and Executive Functioning Skills which are the grounding rod to bring their vision and goals into the pragmatic. All this is energized with their becoming more clear and committed to that which inspires them in a sustainable way ~

What does it mean to be inspired?

What does it mean to be inspired?

inspire dictionary meaning

v. To guide or affect by divine influence. 2. To fill with high emotion: exalt. 3. To stimulate creativity or action. 4. Encourage, elate, motivate, stir.

We Welcome You Exactly As You Are

At the Center for Inspired Education we celebrate the truth about you.

The truth that you are perfect and complete just as you are, and that you are being guided to expand when and how you need to expand. Our roots are with students with neurodiversity (including ADHD, Learning Differences, Autism Spectrum, etc).

We see each student we work with as perfect and complete for their purpose, and at the same time offer programming to most effectively support students in their personal expansion. As we view a child's/teen's journey as interwoven with their parent's and teacher's, we began offering programs for parents and teachers.

Now our programs are for all types of students, parents, and teachers. Our mission is to raise the level of consciousness of education through inspired learning, parenting and teaching.

1 Neurodiversity is the belief that neurological differences are the result of normal, natural variation in the human genome, like hair color or eye shape. Robinson, John. “What Is Neurodiversity?” Psychology Today, Sussex Publishers, 2013.

“I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be to inspire me and not terrify me.”

—Tracee Ellis Ross