PCC (Professional Certified Coach), Institute for Life Coaching Training
Carrie’s professional experience includes work as a trauma therapist, art therapist, and professional life coach with people in various stages of recovery. Carrie has been employed at the Life Healing Center (LHC) for seven years, where she has treated clients with severe trauma and addiction issues. She has recently been appointed as Director of the Alma program at LHC, where partners of sex addicts receive which provides hope and healing. In her private practice she specializes in coaching trauma survivors to move past their stories and into lives of meaning and purpose.
Carrie is a skilled facilitator and team builder, and has coached leaders throughout the community to bring out the best in their employees and their teams. She trained local law enforcement and first responders in life balance and emotional survival skills.
Carrie will soon publish her memoir entitled “Speak to Me Persephone: A Tale of Abduction and Self-Retrieval.” Carrie’s story documents her transformative journey from trauma victim to empowered creator. She has experienced the power of art to express, inform, release, and transform individuals, couples, and families that strive to heal from traumas to re-engage with hope and wonder.
Carrie Ishee joins Southwestern College as an instructor of the Addiction Assessment and Treatment in Art Therapy/Counseling course.