Judy Mauer, BSW – Tampa Bay, FL
I Graduated with Honors in 1998, receiving her Bachelor of Social Work degree (BSW) and a minor in interpersonal communications from the University of South Florida. In addition to this generalist counseling degree, there has been both formal and informal education in business, psychology, sociology, systems theory, communication, physics and human energetic dynamics.
At the core of my approach is the Systems Theory. This is an integrative, holistic approach based in an understanding of our inter-connectedness & inter-relatedness to everything within and around us. It’s a strengths perspective, looking at all that is right or good and building from there.
I have successfully owned and operated three businesses, founded one non-profit and have seven years’ experience in organizational development and social services oversight. I have managed teams of up to 78 people, have developed and taught parenting courses and a variety of other team building courses.
Most importantly, since 2004 I have been participating with my clients as a Life and Personal Development. As a natural evolution in 2006 I began using Space Organizing as the perfect catalyst for my client’s self-discovery, personal clarity, smooth life transitions and goal orientation.
My life’s passion is assisting others in finding intuitive and strategic ways to change and make their lives to look more like their dreams. Your home is the perfect reflection of everything that is you and your life now.
As we focus on your home and its conditions we can tap into anything you want to develop in yourself whether it is your space profession, mind, body, spirit or emotion.
Every day the first moment you touch your foot to the floor you are stepping into an environment that can serve to support any change or direction you are trying to create.
You know how they say, “dress for the job you want not the job you have.” I say create the space you need, for the life you want.
I have a strong belief that you need a space that is peaceful and serves as a strong foundation, so we start there.